TITLE

THE IDENTIFICATION OF THE COMPONENTS OF SCHOOL INADAPTABILITY

AUTHOR(S)
Dorina, Maria
PUB. DATE
May 2011
SOURCE
Proceedings of the Scientific Conference AFASES;May2011, p339
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Perceiving school as a simple object, as being "inanimate", by the educational message and its capacity of love for learning and knowing the world, will have in time more or less visible repercussions in individuals' personal development, which only attended school, or which really knew, as the majority, "to drink from the spring of knowledge". Under such spiritual connotations, more or less metaphorical, we try to: understand, be aware of, accept, but also identify those elements which determine at a certain point the induction of school maladjustment. Tracking down in/at time of school maladjustment components, will release a new attitudinal behavior from the two actors (the pupil and the teacher) determining personalized logistic practice, decoding school evolution under all its aspects, receiving quality and efficiency.
ACCESSION #
82029406

 

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