Dr. Mirko Miletic, DSc.
University Business Academy in Novi Sad (Republic of Serbia)
Dr. Marko Djordjevic, Assoc. Prof.
University of Kragujevac (Republic of Serbia)
Abstract. In this paper, communication competence is seen as one of the most important skills in modern educational-pedagogical work. It is not about the absolute disposition of man, but about a set of variables that can be improved by learning to the level necessary for the realization of a certain social role. These are two groups of individually determined variables / potencies through which the degree of communication competence of an individual is articulated: cognitive and interactive. Pedagogical communication is most effective if it is realized with professional and communicatively competent teachers, individualized teaching in direct and / or indirect interpersonal communication and encoding of communicative messages, whose reception in pedagogical terms, ie. in terms of cognitive effects and value consequences, will be unambiguous.
Keywords: iommunication in education; pedagogical communication; communication competence; communicativeness