THE OPTIMIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS
Keywords:school adjustment, student-centered paradigm, educational policies, learning environment
The paradigm of adapting school to the learning necessities and possibilities of the student, characteristic for future systems of education and for contemporary network type educational systems requires a diversity of learning situations and experiences, built in accordance with the possibilities and the needs of all student categories, in order to respond to the principles of: â€œinclusive educationâ€, â€œeducation for allâ€ and â€œintegrated educationâ€. Starting from the premise that the scholastic environment increases the learning efficiency for the students, our paper tries to identify the deficiencies, the critical aspects of the learning environment, as fundament for adopting optimization measures. A lower degree of satisfaction presented the following aspects: the potential of the didactic activities in stimulating the motivational needs of the student for learning; the communication and the relations between the students and the teachers; the endowment of the educational spaces with adequate materials and equipment.
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