THE LEARNING PROFESSION: THE CORRELATION BETWEEN STUDENT’S SELF-ESTEEM AND THE SUCCESS OF LEARNING – EMPIRICAL STUDY, Nicoleta LIŢOIU

Abstract During his/her school career, the student experiences the “learning profession”, a new concept, promoted by Ph. Perrenoud in 1996, aiming to achieve success, although success may embody different things, depending on the meaning attributed to it by the student: to pass examinations; to keep up appearances; to play with the rules; to behave properly Read More …

COUNSELLING AND SELF-EDUCATION, Gabriel ALBU

Abstract As surprising as it may seem, we can establish a (co)relationship between counselling and self-education. Unfortunately, there has been little talk lately about self-education and its role in self-knowledge and self-building. The study tries, in the first instance, to circumscribe the concept of self-education and then capture the ratio between counselling and the self-formative Read More …

A STUDY ON SOME CURRICULAR RECONSIDERATIONS AS A RESULT OF INTRODUCING THE PREPARATORY GRADE IN ROMANIAN PRIMARY EDUCATION, Venera-Mihaela COJOCARIU, Anca ROTARU

Abstract The introduction of the preparatory grade in Romanian primary education has generated its first results. Considering the above, there arises the following question: Are the students from the Pedagogy of Primary and Preschool Education properly trained for the challenges of the preparatory grade? To answer this question, our study relates to two perspectives: 1. Read More …