LEISURE TIME FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

  • Besa Havziu, Dr. State University of Tetova
  • Teuta Ramadani Rasimi, Dr. State University of Tetova
Keywords: Leisure time, Student, Extracurricular activities, Culture, Activities structured, Unstructured activities, Gender differences and the amount of free time

Abstract

Today, in education prevails the paradigm that is geared towards the complete and varied development of a person. This implies the development of the students ability for self-determination towards various other perspective offered by contemporary social residence. Meanwhile in the time of adolescence, the youth experience serious crises regarding their identity, in which the free time and the activities during the free time can be positively used with a cause to be interrupted unconstructive and chaotic use of the free time by the youth. In this thesis are being analyzed the contents and the ways with what the secondary school students in the Republic of Macedonia fulfill their free time outside the school, specifically there will be an examination about the gender differences i.e. the amount and manner of spending their free time. In the approach to the study of the problem of research, we decided to apply: inductive method, deductive method and the method of comparison.

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Published
2015-06-20
How to Cite
Havziu, B., & Ramadani Rasimi, T. (2015). LEISURE TIME FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS. International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education (IJCRSEE), 3(1), 51-55. Retrieved from http://ijcrsee.com/index.php/ijcrsee/article/view/114