Features in Assessing the Psychosocial Approaches Bassed on the Feedback – Received and Transmitted Emotions

Gabriel TUDORACHE, Liliana MIHĂILESCU

Abstract


The fairness and efficiency of the learning - teaching process result from the behaviour changes of the designed activity. If the evaluation of the behaviour in a psychomotric way in physical education implies probes and tests where the running timing, number of repetitions the long jump, the evaluation of the psychosocial  approaches can be done through the means of some tests which combine the students motricity with the survey on students, with the aim of finding out the social involvement level of each student. The experimental research emphasises the way the tests are handed, under the influence of motor activities for the 2nd form students, in three different schools in Arges. The former test, following Zlate Mielu model, aims at the assessment of the training/ development/ education level of the personality features through the learning of every individual psychosocial profile. The latter test is illustrative of Zapan Gheorghe method and implies the examining of objective appreciation capacity concerning the right way of performing all the exercises and the student capacity of obeying the rules. Through the means of these two tests the students social behaviour is assessed on the grownd of each students the feedback provided by the emotion received or sent to the students. As a result of this research, we concluded that the psychosocial approaches were included in a prosocial behaviour, each and every student being able to show safety and self - confidence in their own psychomotric prospective, as well as fairness regarding their collegues potential quality.

Keywords


objective appreciation/self-appreciation; psychosocial profile; evaluation; physical education;

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