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Title: Aspirations, abilities and performance in school and family vision [Articol]
Authors: Buga, Oleg
Păvăluc, Sabina-Elena
Keywords: aspiration level
family vision
abilities and performance in school
nivelul de aspiraţie
viziune familială
abilități și performanțe în școală
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: USARB
Citation: Buga, Oleg. Aspirations, abilities and performance in school and family vision / O. Buga, Sabina-Elena Păvăluc // Managementul educaţional: realizări şi perspective de dezvoltare = Educational management: achievements and the development perspectives : Materialele Conf. şt.-pract. intern., ed. 1-a, 27 aprilie 2017, Chişinău. – Bălţi : S. n., 2017. – P. 308-311. – ISBN 978-9975-132-97-8.
Abstract: Students' attitudes toward assessing and notes are very different. Some show a fair attitude, more objective, others, on the contrary, prove a large dose of subjectivism; for a part of the students the professor's assessing constitutes stimulants whichguide and energize their conduct, while for others same appreciation becomes a source of frustration. Aspiration level is bracketfrom the level of performance on which the subject you want to see and believe that he will reach. It should be noted that the level of suction gets expression of the student's notes in the language school. Then he speaks through a extension-critical markdefining aspiration as athreshold-note above which the school is happy. Data on the level of aspiration should be linked with the values that characterise effective performance of school students, performance is usually expressed in notes. Important problems also rose in connection with the fear of failure in relation to the level of aspiration. This fear has an inhibitor effect and for defense purposes, the student would prefer to expect less than to take a chance. An important role in avoiding failure has the degree of realism in aspiration level of parents and pupilsand its correlation with the students' real skills and aptitudes. Otherwise, the student feels frustrated, dissatisfied by the way he is appreciated, he feels misunderstood by teachers, parents and colleagues,he becomes anxious and also isolated from the collective.
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