The educational relationship is the starting point in the learning process. It is based on a dynamic relationship which makes the learner’s personality growth possible. Since ‘90s the importance of the emotional aspect in the learning process has been arising, as the studies by Bion and Klein show. The teacher’s new role is to act as a mediator, a “filter” between the learners and the subject contents. In order to make teaching an effective and meaningful process, it has to acquire flexibility and to be learner-oriented. The teacher’s task is “teaching to learn”, he gives learners methodological instruments useful to develop their competence. This work, composed by four chapters, is intended to study the educational relationship in the Italian school. The first chapter deals with the importance of establishing an emotional relationship between the teacher and the learners. The second chapter analyses the educational relationship at school among the teacher, the learner and the class-group. The third chapter offers a short excursus about the teacher historical profile to get to the teacher who can thrill learners and who teaches to study. The last chapter shows the results of a field research, carried out by means of the handing out a questionnaire made up of 16 questions addressed to 30 teachers of the 1st Circolo Didattico in Villaricca, Naples, Italy. The data collected have satisfied the starting assumption.

THE QUALITY OF EDUCATIONAL RELATIONSHIP AT SCHOOL A FIELD RESEARCH

PASTENA, Nicolina;GOMEZ PALOMA, FILIPPO
2013

Abstract

The educational relationship is the starting point in the learning process. It is based on a dynamic relationship which makes the learner’s personality growth possible. Since ‘90s the importance of the emotional aspect in the learning process has been arising, as the studies by Bion and Klein show. The teacher’s new role is to act as a mediator, a “filter” between the learners and the subject contents. In order to make teaching an effective and meaningful process, it has to acquire flexibility and to be learner-oriented. The teacher’s task is “teaching to learn”, he gives learners methodological instruments useful to develop their competence. This work, composed by four chapters, is intended to study the educational relationship in the Italian school. The first chapter deals with the importance of establishing an emotional relationship between the teacher and the learners. The second chapter analyses the educational relationship at school among the teacher, the learner and the class-group. The third chapter offers a short excursus about the teacher historical profile to get to the teacher who can thrill learners and who teaches to study. The last chapter shows the results of a field research, carried out by means of the handing out a questionnaire made up of 16 questions addressed to 30 teachers of the 1st Circolo Didattico in Villaricca, Naples, Italy. The data collected have satisfied the starting assumption.
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