Physical Education In Rural Areas, Teacher-Student Differential Perception
The every day experience of students at school, outside their school environment, in their family, in internal relationships between their family and social groups, the concerns and interests of these groups, the information received by air, audiovisual means, television, media, the consumption of culture and intercultural relations are critical for the personality, emotional, motivational development of the new student. The rural student, by the acquisition of a multitude of information, knowledge, mindsets from the rural environment, develops certain skills according to the interests of a child living in this environment, skills that lead to changes in the "countryside"child-specific behaviour. Is the rural teacher prepared to cope with the blend of information that the countryside student is bombarded with? Does he accept, and if so, how does the rural student accept the lack of minimal supplies of teaching materials?