A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF PLASTIC ARTS CLASS UPON THE PLASTIC SKILLS OF PRE-SCHOOLERS, Venera-Mihaela COJOCARIU, Noemi NĂSTURAṢ

Abstract Preparing the child for adult life and socio-professional integration involves the complementary achievement of the desiderata of intellectual, socio-moral, technological, psycho-physical education and, in close connection with these, aesthetic education. The major objectives of aesthetic education at the pre-school age imply both the creation of the premises for building aesthetic attitude and the identification Read More …

THE IMPORTANCE OF SET THEORY ELEMENTS AND MATHEMATICAL LOGIC IN PRIMARY EDUCATION, Costică LUPU, Lidia Elena COBUZ

Abstract Mathematical reasoning and scientific rigorous thought gives the student the possibility to understand other disciplines and look into problems related to nature, life and society, contributes to building and developing the ability to work in an organized and at a sustained pace, enhancing insight and spirit of investigation. At the object of Mathematics, the Read More …

EXPLORING THE PERCEPTIONS OF TRAINERS UPON THE PEDAGOGICAL TRAINING OF PRE-SERVICE MOTHER TONGUE TEACHERS, Liliana MÂŢĂ

Abstract The aim of our study consists in developing a unitary model of pedagogical competencies of pre-service mother tongue teachers. There are presented the results of the exploratory research that consisted in the administration of a semi-structured interview to 58 language teachers’ trainers from pre-university and university education. The aim of the research is to Read More …

A MODEL FOR INTRODUCING FOSS IN EDUCATION IN GUYANA, Donielle DUNDAS, Lenandlar SINGH

Abstract In the context of the developing world, Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) presents both a challenge and an opportunity. The absence of strategic approaches for adopting FOSS is one possible explanation for the many challenges faced by developing countries. In particular, there is evidence that this problem pervades the education sector even though Read More …

THE THEORY OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES – A KEY INSTRUMENT FOR TEACHERS FOR AN ACTIVE AND DIFFERENTIATED LEARNING IN THE KNOWLEDGE BASED SOCIETY, Sanda BORDEI, Roxana Maria GHIAŢĂU

Abstract The knowledge based society means well educated citizens who are able to know what to do with the knowledge they‘ve got, make quick and good decisions, solve problems, face challenges and unexpected events in their lives, master their emotions, continuously adapt themselves and know how to learn, citizens who are tolerant, autonomous, creative, flexible, Read More …