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Didactic Culture of School and Students’ Emotional Responses (Related to the Teaching Process) / Ante Kolak.

By: Kolak, Ante.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleDescription: 73-80.Other title: Didactic Culture of School and Students’ Emotional Responses (Related to the Teaching Process) [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.07 | Teacher, Student, Emotions, Emotional response | Teacher, Student, Emotions, Emotional responseOnline resources: Click here to access online In: Proceedings Conference of the International Journal of Arts and Sciences 8 (2015), 2 ; str. 73-80Summary: Didactic culture of school, as one of the possible approaches to the analysis of school quality, relates to the values, beliefs and meanings ascribed to the experiences in the teaching process. High level of didactic culture refers to permanently introducing a development with the intention to improve teaching process in all of its components. This paper focuses on students’ emotional responses related to the teaching process and attends to the fact that emotions significantly impact learning and teaching, and significantly determines didactic culture of school. Since emotional responses depend of age of students, the author focuses solely on students emotional responses in primary school (13-years-olds). The empirical part of this paper aims at determining the emotional responses of students directed according to specific subjects related to the pleasant emotional responses (liking, satisfaction, curiosity), and unpleasant emotional responses (boredom, fear). By examining the emotional responses of students in the research, the author of this paper plans activities in the school with participants of the research (teachers) who are open minded and ready for changing teaching practice. The author expects identification implicit theory and intellectual model teachers, and a better understanding of one’s own teaching practice related to the students’ emotional responses.
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Didactic culture of school, as one of the possible approaches to the analysis of school quality, relates to the values, beliefs and meanings ascribed to the experiences in the teaching process. High level of didactic culture refers to permanently introducing a development with the intention to improve teaching process in all of its components. This paper focuses on students’ emotional responses related to the teaching process and attends to the fact that emotions significantly impact learning and teaching, and significantly determines didactic culture of school. Since emotional responses depend of age of students, the author focuses solely on students emotional responses in primary school (13-years-olds). The empirical part of this paper aims at determining the emotional responses of students directed according to specific subjects related to the pleasant emotional responses (liking, satisfaction, curiosity), and unpleasant emotional responses (boredom, fear). By examining the emotional responses of students in the research, the author of this paper plans activities in the school with participants of the research (teachers) who are open minded and ready for changing teaching practice. The author expects identification implicit theory and intellectual model teachers, and a better understanding of one’s own teaching practice related to the students’ emotional responses.

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