DEVELOPING INDEPENDENcE ABILITIES OF STUDENTS IN TEAcHER-STUDENT cOOPERATION
The effectiveness of the teaching-learning process is greatly dependent on the teacher's ability to communicate and make cooperation
with the student. Currently, the constant innovative development of the educational institute reveals less possibilities of implementing
classical pedagogy in the training and education process, including teacher-student relations. In modern times, the application of
cooperation pedagogy, which is a new direction, turns out to be a necessity. Collaborative pedagogy, which started to develop in the 80s
of the XX century and is currently being further improved, requires the establishment of teacher-student relations based on democratic
thinking, the development of student's independence abilities and, the definition of teaching and learning subjects as equals, not
subordinates and dependents, in short, it involves teaching the student as a considerable and creative person for the society.