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Today, teaching is no longer an approach as a simple act. The complexity of the society has led to a more careful study of the teaching process, so that, over the last 10 years, specialists are increasingly discussing about teaching styles as differentiating elements of the quality of educational services offered to students. The present study tries to reveal the impact that teacher’ teaching style has upon the student’s well-being level. We investigated 180 Romanian teachers who teach different disciplines (48.3% at secondary school’ pupils and 51.7% at high school’ pupils), and 385 Romanian pupils: 48.16% coming from secondary schools and 51.84% coming from high schools, aged 10–18 years old. Using specific and adapted investigative tools (The ‘Teaching style questionnaire’ and ‘The Ryff’s Well Being Scale’), we found specific influences of teacher’ teaching style upon the elements that define the well-being level.
Keywords: Teaching style, well-being, pupils, classroom management, educational quality services.
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