Social Relationship and Social Psychology at School
The topics of this course are social phenomena at schools, the interpretation of the events of everyday educational situations at school from a social psychological point of view, and the study of researches on social relationships at school.
We study peer relationships and possibilities of the social relationship development at school, researches about educators, characteristics of student-teacher relationship and the influences of social, communicational and emotional factors on their relationship, and conflicts among pupils and the phenomenon of bullying.
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- Eggen, P. Kauchak, D. (2001) Educational Psychology. Windows on Classrooms. Merrill Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, Yew Jersey, Colombus, Ohio.
- Feldman, Robert S. (1990): The Social Psychology of Education: Current Research and Theory, Cambridge University Press Medway and Cafferty (eds.) 1992 School Psychology. A Social Psychological perspective.
- Meece, Judith Eccles, Jacquelynne Eccles Jacquelynne S. (2009) Handbook of Research on Schools, Schooling and Human Development, Routledge.