GAME AS EDUCATIONAL NON-FORMAL METHOD
Ionuț Mihai Oprea
Dr., University of Oradea, ROMANIA, email@example.com
Through the game you can highlight the child's personality, thinking and feelings. Education has a well-defined purpose and best, this aim, can be achieved through play. It is the game that makes the child understand reality. In life, we have different roles, we take up different social positions, but what is the role of adult in the non-formal game of child education? In teaching theories, adult plays a catalyst role, helping the child understand himself, understand others and understand what he or she learns.
We can believe that games and, in particular, motion games contribute to the formation of positive emotional States and moral qualities, will and character traits. They educate the child's trust in their own forces, a sense of friendship, stimulate the pleasure of acting in and for the collective. He also develops the courage, the courage, the perseverance, the spirit of competition and responsibility toward his own actions, discipline and self-control. Games capture the world's ideas on their cultures and pass them on to future generations. Games are seen as important social and cultural events as learning tools and signs of social status. Education experts describe children as a key element of their development. When a child spends a lot of time playing, it is not considered a waste of time, but a way for the child to interact with the world around him. Play the child requires neither many elements nor specialized guidance, in conditions where the child plays safely. There is no need for adult intervention. The game is the environment through which information from the real world reaches the child's mind and is the first means of directing and knowing reality.
This Article wants to bring the idea of the teaching game as an object of trust in its educational value. We must not see the game or reference it to a simple way of effortless expansion. In the course of his history, the Game manages to overcome this status, and more and more scientists are beginning to appreciate its educational virtues. Many theories have been formulated on the game. Some authors view the game as a survival exercise, for other authors the game plays a cathartic role, in downloading the negative emotions. But, through the game, the child has the authority to create a representation, to establish a flexible situational model in order to achieve emotional development..
Keywords: Game, non-formal education, children, society.
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