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Schooling adaptation of Romanian remigrants pupils to the primary education in Romania

Claudiu Langa and Florentina Dumitru
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Claudiu Langa: University of Pitesti, Romania
Florentina Dumitru: Piatra Primary School, Romania

Social Sciences and Education Research Review, 2016, vol. 3, issue 1, 77-86

Abstract: The way and the level a school-aged pupil adapts to different learning systems are mainly influenced by the family, the social background, the educational background, all of which will later reflect upon school success. The theme of the present study places us on a new territory, being of interest for the specialists in the field of educational sciences, for all those who have concerns in the field of education, as well as for parents. Its main purpose has been the research of the impact this fact has on the students that returned to their homeland, who are at the early schooling stage, as well as how elementary teachers respond to the real needs of their adaptation through specialized psycho-pedagogical assistance to such children. The method used in this investigative approach was the questionnaire-based research. The study was carried out on elementary teachers from the Olt county, who, during the current school year, have enrolled remigrants pupils in their classroom. The study objectives were aimed at analyzing the factors involved in adapting remigrants pupils to schools: the environment in which we find the school establishment, the essential term to adapt, the difficult school subjects; the ways in which teachers mediate the adaptation to school for the remigrants pupil, as well as the correlations between school adaptation and the call of teachers for psycho-pedagogical counseling to remigrants pupils.

Keywords: remigration; school; adaptation; teachers; pupils (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A2 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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