The development of competitions for the daily life in the pupils demands the collaboration of educative Institutions, educational parents and. The basic postulate of the ecological model that proposes Bronfenbrenner affirms that the human development, supposes the progressive mutual accomodation between an active human being, that is in development process, on the one hand, and on the other the changing properties of the immediate surroundings in which that developing person lives. In the society of the knowledge, the changes follow one another of continuous form and at a high speed reason why the old model of learning based on the obtaining of a degree that it qualified to the individual for the performance of a profession is obsolete, taking step to a system of permanent learning that endows the pupils with skills that at any time allow to their active participation in the society and the access to a use of their lives. What is understood by competitions In the educative scope, is understood by competition " cognitive, psychological, sensorial set of social, affective behaviors and abilities and motorboats that allow to carry out one suitably profesin". The main target of the learning by competitions is to obtain that the student learns of integral way so that: 1. It recognizes the value of the learnings that constructs. 2. It recognizes the processes through which such construction has been realised (metacognicin).
3. One is clear like the person who has constructed each one of the learnings. Of this form the development of significant and lasting learnings in the pupils who can at any time be used by this one of their life of student, labor or social is obtained. The attitude of the educational ones before the basic competitions According to Stenhouse, " For a professor, the adoption of a new curriculum is as difficult as to make a diet rigurosa".continue reading