The Base for School Folks Fall in Interaction

Usakli H.1

 
 
1 Sinop University, Turkey
 
 
Abstract

Background and Aim of Study: As an applied discipline term, educational psychology, related to development, learning, motivation and group process of school in general. Although both ideologist Baruch Spinoza and Jacob Levy Moreno hadn’t directly give work on schools and education their works have been supplying profound benefits to educational psychology. This study is about how perspectives gaining and differentiating by individuals. The aim of the study: to stimulate various phases of school experience in terms of two influential philosophers, modern society engineers Spinoza and Moreno, like Azevedo did before in different perspective. Materials and Methods: The study was designed as qualitative. Apart from two chief books on by Spinoza and Moreno, thirty lately published scientific journals investigated in this study. Also, a frame of reference droved on what educational psychology is according to written books and scientific articles about it at the end of this study. Results: In school time, students, teachers and many related people devoting a good deal of their daily life with seeing each other and taking role-plays. Perspective is the main theme for Spinoza and psychodrama for Moreno alike. Educational psychology is what all school soul structure is. Three distinct themes, perspective, psychodrama, and interaction got crossed with each other. This study shows that perspective is seeing, psychodrama is being and interaction is living. Conclusions: From the educational perspective, fruitful and meaningful interaction should be held in between people. It is perspective and psychodrama that could open for desired understanding between students, teachers, parents, and others related to school and the educational psychology base. It can recommend that school people should be experienced psychodrama to see other perspectives, to understand each other to share the goodness.

 
 
 
Keywords

perspective, psychodrama, educational psychology.

 
 
 
 
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Usakli Hakan – https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4307-2226; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education, Sinop University; Sinop, Turkey.

  

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Usakli, H. (2019). The Base for School Folks Fall in Interaction. International Journal of Education and Science, 2(3), 18–27. doi:10.26697/ijes.2019.3.2

 

 

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