In this vein, it promotes spontaneity, fun and creativity of both students and teachers, taking risks in their learning, there are no recipes for learning, the non-verbal is as important as direct communication, so that our presence has little impact on the members, I focus on the aesthetic environment of the educational environment, is practiced sow truth and authenticity, but above all fraternity among all participants. Schools play a powerful role … to increase the individuality rather than a common vision … the success and individual achievement is strongly emphasized … Generally we are teaching them to be alone, to compete, to seek success … It is not that schools, as culture, not a significant source of identity, but these place greater emphasis on our individual identity, especially as it relates to our obsession with success and individual achievement. (Purpel 1988 (10) According to Edward T.
Clark, Jr (1997). Learning communities are characterized by ecological principles, interdependence, diversity, partnership, co-evolution. The key elements are: 1 .- In a learning community, the curriculum is "Life in all its manifestations." 2 .- A learning community provides a supportive learning environment, responsive, with values, responsibility, and acceptance, which increases self-worth , intellectual creativity, and responsible behavior. 3 .- A learning community is designed to reflect the interests and abilities of the trainees / students 4 .- A learning community is cooperative hunting 5.-A learning community extends beyond the classroom. 6 .- In a learning community, learning is participatory and that feelings and intellect are fully involved in every facet of the learning process.