Psycho-Logopedic Perspectives on Writing Reading Premises of Preschoolers, Valentina OLĂRESCU, Olesea HACEATREAN

Abstract Scientific studies confirm that psychological preparation for school depends on the level of language development, as well as on the psycho-pedagogical intervention programs applied during the preparation for school. The activities of learning to read and write are some of the most complex, because they involve a multitude of imported cognitive processes: language, attention, […]

Psychological and Speech Therapy Interventions in Language and Communication Disorders in Preschoolers, Valentina OLARESCU, Diana BUGANU

Abstract Through the present research, the theoretical-applied psychological foundations have been established, which are the basis for identifying an alternative way of developing the language and oral the communication in preschoolers aged 5-6, by considering the relationship between pronunciation and memory disorders, and has been developed, implemented and approved a systemic psycho-speech therapy intervention program […]

Illustrations of Best Practices in Building Creativity Skills in Adult Learners, Ioana BOGHIAN, Venera-Mihaela COJOCARIU, Elena NECHITA, Carmen-Violeta POPESCU, Liliana MÂȚĂ, Gabriel MAREŞ

Abstract This article is based on a literature review aimed at highlighting the need to develop creative skills in adult learners that are essential for personal and professional self-innovation, flexibility, adaptability, progress, and development in today’s and tomorrow’s job market. The literature review also revealed that adult educators need current, innovative, interesting, and engaging training […]

Reflection in Mathematical Training, Diana IZVORSKA

Abstract In the newest international documents for development of the European education reflection is brought up as a significant element in the structure of “key competencies”. The reflective question is in compliance with the priorities of development in the current day Pedagogy of Training, in which the ability of self-discovering, applying rational and quality analysis […]

A Study On Gender Difference In Organizational Role Stress, KHUSHBOO

Abstract The purpose of the present study was to assess the difference on Organizational Role Stress among gender. Organizational Role Stress scale developed by Udai Pareek (1983) was administered on 60 (30 males and 30 females) working professionals aged between 21-60, through purposive sampling techniques. Ten stressors of role stress were assessed using  ORS scale. […]

Development of an Optimal Time for Learning Questionnaire in Chinese University Students, Lingshan LIU, Hongyuan LV, Yifan LU, Chu WANG, Hao CHAI, Lars M. RIMOL, Wei WANG

Abstract Background: Autonomous learning is crucial for students’ academic achievements, however, there lacks a structure-validated questionnaire to measure the optimal time for autonomous learning with different learning contents.  Methods: Based on the previous investigations, we have designed a matrix of 49 items based on seven learning contents and seven time periods of a day to […]

Cultural orientation, Self-Determination, and Subjective Well-Being among Culturally Different College Students in Israel, Sawsan SHALABY

Abstract College students worldwide share a wide range of cognitive, motivational, and emotional similarities as a need for feeling autonomous, competent, or related to their family and the academic community. However, subjects from different cultural settings could considerably differ in motivation and life satisfaction. For example, Jewish and Arab college students from the State of […]

Quality Criteria Check – Testing of a Scientific Giftedness Instrument for Preschool Age, Maria Sophie SCHÄFERS, Claas WEGNER

Abstract In the project ‘Kleine BegInNa’, a test instrument was developed based on the CHC theory to determine scientific giftedness in preschool. This could lead to individualized support adapted to differing abilities, which may have positive long-term effects on school performance. In this study, the quality (objectivity, reliability, and validity) of a natural scientific giftedness […]

Changing Teachers’ Perceptions towards Promoting the Social Conduct of Students with Visual Impairment, Orit SHAPIRA, Florin FRUMOS

Abstract The article presents the evaluation of an Israeli training program for in-service support-teachers of students with visual impairments (VI) focused on the social conduct of these children. The program combines interactive sessions of acquiring knowledge, teaching skills and professional tools with a process of empowering the teachers’ perceptions towards promoting the students’ social conduct. […]

Pandemic-Propelled Proposal for Paradigm Shift in Pedagogic Practices at Post-Primary Programme Level of Nigerian Education System, Titus O. AJEWOLE, Adedotun S. ALONGE, Dominic O. ADEBAYO, Musediq O. LAWAL

Abstract With the likelihood of SARS-CoV-2 perpetuating itself within human population, reform of educational policies becomes imperative in many nations of the world, especially Nigeria where the experience of the COVID-instilled lockdown has revealed that the existing pedagogic practices at post-primary level of education does not provide for circumstances that could, on emergency, prohibit in-person […]