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EVALUATION OF THE EMOTIONAL CLIMATE DURING DIFFERENT ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

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Author(s): Ana-Lacramioara Leon | Georgeta-Lidia Potop

Journal: Annals of the University of Oradea. Fascicle of Textiles, Leatherwork
ISSN 1843-813X

Volume: XIV;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 20;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: positive emotions | negative emotions | interaction rules | classroom environment.

ABSTRACT
This paper aims to describe the general emotional climate at the Faculty of Textiles-Leatherwork and Industrial Management from Iasi, and then analyze how it is perceived by students the relation between their positive or negative emotions and creative behavior during classes. The method used was survey based on two original questionnaires which contain only open questions. The preliminary quantitative research was focused on the interaction rules between members of the same group of students, but also among students and their academic staff. Taking in consideration the first study, in the second stage of the research the main attention was given to different types of emotions lived by students during different academic activities (courses, seminars, workshops or other practical activities). They had to indicate the type of emotions (positive or negative) and then they had to give some examples when thinking of their own experience. At the end of the second questionnaire, it was investigated what emotions can stimulate creativity and what emotions may block it. The results show a strong relation between enthusiasm, joy, interest and students’ creative behavior. The obtained results will be used for creating a positive emotional climate at the workshops of the “Creativity and innovation” discipline (Industrial Design specialization).
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