Preliminary study on improving the relationship between teacher and student in physical education and sports at high school

  • Bogdan-Marius Grosu ”Stefan cel Mare” University of Suceava
Keywords: teacher, student, relationship, physical education, high school


The stage through which the Romanian society goes is marked by the process of reform in all areas. Education, culture, science and all other areas of social life are going through profound reconstructions. The reform program consists in reorienting education development, resulting in our country coming closer to the European school systems, in order to raise continuously the general level of people's culture. The main objective pursued in this paper is to emphasize the ways through which students’ physical education tends to restructure under the pressure of new relationships that are established, in the process of education, between teacher and student. We consider that teaching physical education, especially at high school level, requires the presence of a specialist, creative, communicative, well prepared and informed, who also has the capacity to create educational strategies adapted to objectives and contents which cannot be completed unless some new methods are used, appropriate to the training level of the new society, and through a collaborative relationship between teacher and student. In our opinion, the whole instructive-educational process should have as a priority the students' needs and skills, in order to ensure adaptation and integration to the existing social reality. The majority of conflicts in the relationship between teachers and students in high school are generated by ignoring students needs and lack of communication, and what is needed is the adaptation of student-centered teaching as the product of learning.

How to Cite
Grosu, B.-M. (2013) “Preliminary study on improving the relationship between teacher and student in physical education and sports at high school”, Annals of “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati. Fascicle XV, Physical Education and Sport Management, 2, pp. 55-61. Available at: (Accessed: 22June2024).

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