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Using School Events to Help Junior High School Students Development Interpersonal Relations
The Annual Report of Educational Psychology in Japan
An important contemporary issue is the development of interpersonal relations in the classroom. Teachers in Japan should help their students learn to be members of their group. Recently, students have lost the opportunity to learn social rules, because they no longer play with their peers in groups. Rather, they have relationships with a few peers only, and in such a small group, no experience with conflict. School events may be useful in order to help junior high school students develop theirdoi:10.5926/arepj1962.44.0_156 fatcat:iqihpn67ynhe5eopp5xqpkcgoa