THE IMPACT OF PEDAGOGICAL CONCEPTS OF SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT ON THE ORGANIZATION OF THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT

Milan Tanic, Danica Stankovic, Vojislav Nikolic, Aleksandra Kostic

DOI Number
10.2298/FUACE1602257T
First page
257
Last page
264

Abstract


The paper discusses the implications of the social environment on the modern pedagogical process and their interdependence with the physical environment. The initial assumption is that pedagogical processes form certain types of social activities which encourage the development of the appropriate physical environment.

Different patterns of social environment are defined by the typological analysis of social activities in the pedagogical process. In addition, the basic research framework implies the cooperation of various forms of social environment and the influencing factors on the organization of the physical environment in terms of contextual changes in the pedagogical process.

Defined qualitative properties suggest the creation of a polyvalent physical environment that offers a whole range of intermediate forms for the implementation of various forms of social activities in the pedagogical process.


Keywords

school children, social environment, physical environment, pedagogical process

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