A complete and efficient programme addressed to the university personnel has to refer to three important dimensions: the development of teachers’ psycho-pedagogic knowledge, the analysis of the beliefs and theories (s)he has to teach, and the stimulation of one’s skills about one’s ways of teaching. The usage of the teaching methods has an important impact on the teaching process, and the studies in the area indicate that the learners prefer strategies that promote active learning instead of traditional ones. The interactive didactic strategies combine useful opportunities of pedagogical organization for well-based learning, with a strong active-participative role from the part of the pupils/ students, with possibilities of efficient communication and cooperation. The systematic use of interaction strategies implies communication relationships between and among those involved in activities, it implies efficient and constructive communication relations from which pupils/ students draw advantages at cognitive, affective, motivational, attitudinal levels, etc.
Key words: communication/ cooperation, interactive strategies, teachers training