Designing a Comfortable Educational Environment

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    Introduction. The problem of maintaining the physical health of teachers in educational organizations is discussed in the article in the context of professional “burnout” and conflict prevention. Research methodology. When studying the content and essence of a comfortable educational environment, we were interested in the works that provided for an understanding of the nature of human interaction and reflected the interdependence and communication style of people in direct contact with each other. Research results. The most important factor of external and internal order, determining the content, direction and intensity of work activity, has always been a special atmosphere in the team, which in scientific and social discourse was defined by various terms such as: “microclimate”, “moral and psychological microclimate”, “sociological microclimate”, “comfortable educational environment”. Discussion. Designing refers to the category of innovative creative activity, since it primarily involves a purposeful transformation of reality, the need for which arises whenever there is an awareness of the necessity to move to a prognostic model of an educational or upbringing system. The main purpose of such “educational changes” consists in the possibility for a person himself/herself to learn and self-change during life, to apply knowledge in solving professional tasks. Conclusion. The term “comfortable educational environment" is used to denote a special atmosphere in the team that determines the content, direction and intensity of work activity and manifests itself in such group effects as team members’ mood and opinion, individual well-being, assessment of the person’s living and working conditions in the team. This special atmosphere is regarded on the whole as a result of people’s joint activity, their interpersonal interaction.



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    Child; Comfortable educational environment; Parents; Teacher.

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Article ID: 24319
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.38.24319

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