The Role of Theater Education in Developing the Concept of Cooperation Among Middle School Students | دور التربية المسرحية في تنمية مفهوم التعاون لدى طلاّب المرحلة المتوسطة
Theatrical education in general, especially in middle schools, is gaining double importance because of its dangerous tasks in raising, training, and exploding creative and behavioral energies, and developing cooperation, especially since the last years of the last century and the first of this century witnessed a growing interest in childhood at all national, Arab and international levels, Because this stage has a profound impact on a child’s future life; it is also a stage that has its value in itself as it is a stage of continuous growth for the child in all physical, social, psychological and mental aspects, and therefore interest in childhood in the Medium is one of the most important criteria by which nations and peoples are measured.
Also, the goals that theatrical education can perform, as an educational method, and it is one of the educational and pedagogical means that fall within the scope of aesthetic education, ethical education, gustatory education, and psychological health of the student in the middle stage. And psychological nodes that affect his behavior. This research reveals the extent to which students respond to the spirit of cooperation through the patterns of cooperative, extroverted and introverted personalities found in the texts of the school theater, and these patterns are considered as a set of verbs, behaviors and attributes that characterize the behavior of the cooperative character through theater education.