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Individualismen har sejret - præmien er ensomhed
Vores samfund har alt for længe været forkrampet og forskrækket ved tanken om organisering, fællesskab, kampgejst og solidaritet. Derfor efterlades de unge, der ikke bliver opfordret af kammerater og forældre til at blive en del af et fællesskab, alene og ensomme
24. september 2010
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En femtedel af alle piger og en tiendedel af alle drenge i niende klasse skærer i sig selv eller har forsøgt at begå selvmord. Sådan stod der for nyligt i Politiken. Noget rystet spurgte jeg på min facebook, hvad årsagen kunne være. En fyr skrev:
»Mennesker er meget alene i vor tid«. Hans svar kendetegnede den efterfølgende debat.
Idealet har i mange år været at blive direktør i sit eget liv og blive rig og berømt. De fleste når selvsagt aldrig deres mål. Det er trods alt de færreste, der bliver professionelle fodboldspillere eller den nye Michael Jackson. De unge i dag skal leve op til at være deres forældres projektbørn, samtidig med at forældrene selv har alt for travlt med at arbejde, arbejde, arbejde til at være nok nærværende.
De lærer, at samfundet bedømmer dem på en masse ydre ting, i stedet for bare at acceptere dem, som dem de er. De fleste unge præsenteres slet ikke for, hvordan de kan få fat om tøjlerne i deres eget liv. Mange af de unge, som jeg taler med, når jeg besøger uddannelsessteder, forestiller sig ikke et liv på en arbejdsplads med et solidt fællesskab med kollegaerne. De forestiller sig et liv med skiftende…...

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...Volume : 2 | Issue : 7 | July 2013 • ISSN No 2277 - 8179 Research Paper Education Role of Emotion in Learning Process N. Evelyn Thayamani KEYWORDS : Emotion, Learning, Feelings and Amygdala Research scholar,Center for Research in Education, Thava Thiru Kundrakudi Adigalar College Campus,Kundrakudi, Sivagangai District - 630 206. Tamil Nadu, South India Dr M. Parimala Fathima Research co-ordinator, Center for Research in Education, Thava Thiru Kundrakudi Adigalar Dr S. Mohan ABSTRACT College Campus,Kundrakudi, Sivagangai District - 630 206. Tamil Nadu, South India Director, Center for Research in Education, Thava Thiru Kundrakudi Adigalar College Campus,Kundrakudi, Sivagangai District - 630 206. Tamil Nadu, South India This study is an attempt to discuss the role of emotion in learning process. Emotions are important in the classroom in two major ways. First, emotions have an impact on learning. They influence our ability to process information and to accurately understand what we encounter. For these reasons, it is important for teachers to create a positive, emotionally safe classroom environment to provide for the optimal learning of students. Second, learning how to manage feelings and interfere with learning occurs when students are anxious about their school-work (Cole, 1991; Dobson & Dobson, 1981). Students who are depressed or anxious about learning often do not feel competent academically. Teachers will understand how their......

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