2019, Vol. 6, Issue 5, Part B
Social interaction inhibitions of students and its effect on academic and sports lifeAuthor(s):
Krishnaveni K and Dr. Ahmed ShahinAbstract:
To assess the growth of a country’s population, employment, utilization of capital, social and political factors are taken into consideration, and education is foremost among them. Several studies have been made in the area of education, and one of the main outcomes is the importance of social interaction in academic progress. In most schools even today there is very little social interaction within classrooms right from the early years and throughout their school life. With classrooms ‘dominated’ by teachers the students sitting through listening to their lectures every day, there is very little room for group activity or even recess. Lack of leisure games and sports results in very little peer interaction, and most communication is one-way, between teachers and students. This results in decreased social interaction and ultimately impacts academic as well as sports performance. Ancient philosophies suggested that the educational quality, measured by the learning outcomes, depended critically on the quality of discussion and the teacher’s ability to engage participants creatively in the educational process, known as Socratic method, that developed critical thinking and brought about new ideas and thoughts in learning. This paper strives to throw light on the factors influencing social interaction in school academic and sport life with interactive learning in context of classroom dynamics.Pages: 98-100 | 667 Views 54 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Krishnaveni K, Dr. Ahmed Shahin. Social interaction inhibitions of students and its effect on academic and sports life. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2019;6(5):98-100.