Teachers' and Students' Opinions Regarding the Effects of Climbing and Escalation in Sports Activities


  • Resmeriță Monica ”Gheorghe Vrănceanu" National High School, Bacău, Romania
  • Mihăilescu Liliana Niculina Polytechnic University of Science and Technology Bucharest, Pitesti University Centre, Doctoral School of Sport Science and Physical Education, Romania
  • Rață Bogdan Constantin ”Vasile Alecsandri” University of Bacau, Romania




opinions, students, teachers, effects, climbing/ escalation


The aim of the study is to highlight the views of teachers and students on the impact of wall climbing in secondary school sports activities. The results of the study are based on the analysis of the answers given by 114 teachers to a 12-item questionnaire and by 234 students to a 6-item questionnaire, completed online during the first half of the school year 2022-2023. Both categories of respondents belong to schools in the counties of Bacau, Vaslui and Suceava. In order to conduct the study, the following methods were used: documentation, survey, analysis and statistical data processing. The analysis of the answers recorded in the two questionnaires revealed that the interviewed respondents believe that climbing and escalation exercises contribute to the development of courage, self-confidence and selfesteem, and that teachers and students are willing to perform such exercises in Physical Education lessons and extracurricular activities.


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