Social Competency Development, Arts and Methods of Collaborative Learning: An Overview


  • Hari Sunaryo
  • Andi Makkasau
  • Desy Damayanti
  • Anung Studyanto
  • Gallex Simbolon
  • Muhammad Amran


The concept and way of life known as collaborative learning centers on making collaboration a fundamental tenet of interpersonal relationships. This arrangement is meant to make it easier to reach group objectives. Collaborating is a technique to show mutual regard for one another and appreciation for one another's skills and accomplishments in any situation involving multiple persons working together. Collaborative learning strategies are a promising pedagogical technique because they help students develop both social and aesthetic skills. The article delves into the ways in which group study can help students grow in both social skills and artistic ability. Students are guided to maximize their potential and refine their creative thinking abilities through collaborative and creative learning. Models of instruction that encourage students to work together and think creatively improve students' ability to learn, work, and solve issues as a group. In the first part of this literature review, we'll look at how concepts like social competence have evolved over time, examining the myriad aspects and variables that have contributed to its current definition and application. Then, art education, which emphasizes the importance of art in fostering students' foundational skills and which will benefit from the use of collaborative learning approaches, evolved.