• Alina Felicia Roman
  • Cosarba Editha


education; communication; relationships; non-formal activities; teachers appreciation;


The accomplishment of common activities establishes between the members of the      respective group interdependence relations in order to reach a specific goal. The personality of the students is shaped and manifests itself in interdependence with the life of the group of which he is part, with the norms and values ​​that he develops. The interaction in the class of students produces a social organization of the class. This form of organization of the class of students, offers to those who compose it, the possibility of establishing relationships and interactions, both at school level - formal and extracurricular - nonformal. In these contexts, the student behaves differently or constantly compared to the members of the group, whom he has the opportunity to know and to formulate the elements of a possible value judgment on them. Interval can be successfully carried out in and through educational interactions. Through this study we want to capture the relationships of collegiality in the non-formal activities, identified by the teachers in the primary cycle. Thus, 67 teachers from 4 pre-university education units in the urban area completed the questionnaire consisting of 15 items. The questionnaire is its own conception, and it wants to capture the personal opinions and attitudes of the questioned teachers. The conclusions show that the teachers in the primary cycle consider non-formal activities to be relevant in developing and strengthening the relationships between students as well as between teachers and students.


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