TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVES ON TOLERANCE EDUCATION. A LITERATURE REVIEW, Ioana BOGHIAN

Abstract The aim of this paper is to provide an overview of teachers’ perspectives on tolerance education. Our literature review is an attempt to reveal the current state of the art regarding studies and research on teachers and prospective teachers’ perspectives on the concept of tolerance, pedagogical approaches to tolerance and the goals of tolerance Read More …

IMPORTANCE OF BASIC EDUCATION IN SCIENCE: INTRODUCTION TO GERMAN SCIENCE CURRICULA AND THE IDEA OF “BASIC CONCEPTS”, Claas WEGNER, Stephanie OHLBERGER

Abstract Apart from mere subject-specific learning, pupils should be given the chance to acquire competences that they can also use independent from a topic or subject. In order to facilitate this ability, the German curricula have now been altered to teach pupils a wide variety of practical skills as well as ways how to reason Read More …

THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL COORDINATES ON THE PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS IN PRIMARY EDUCATION, Constanța DUMITRIU, Adriana CADĂR

Abstract This paper aims to highlight the effectiveness of teaching strategies in the personal development of students from primary education. From a theoretical perspective, it provides a summary of the main approaches to the phrase “personal development”: conceptual delimitations, paradigms, dimensions, factors affecting personal development. Based on these theoretical premises there has been designed and Read More …

INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARDS FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING SCIENCE: ASCERTAINING RESEARCH, Liliana MÂȚĂ, Gabriel LAZĂR, Iuliana LAZĂR

Abstract The purpose of this paper is to analyze of latest research focused on the investigation of interactive whiteboards used in teaching and learning Science. In the theoretical framework the main objectives are: a) the identification of specific research regarding the integration of interactive whiteboards in teaching and learning Science and b) the elaboration of Read More …

PERCEIVED STRESS AND PERSONALITY TYPE (A &B) AMONG ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION PATIENTS ACROSS VARIOUS DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES, Jaan ULFAT, Khan MAHPARA, Bashir INSHA, Ahmad MUSHTAQ

Abstract The present study has been conducted to study Perceived Stress and Personality Type (A & B) among Acute Myocardial Infarction patients across various demographic variables. 100 myocardial infarction patients (60 males and 40 females) were taken from different hospitals of district Srinagar (Kashmir). The data was collected on the basis of AB Behavioural Pattern Read More …

THE STAGES OF DENIAL AND ACCEPTANCE AMONG PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE, Angelo GAGANI, Janice GEMAO, Dennis RELOJO, Sonia Janice PILAO

Abstract Around 400 new cases of chronic kidney disease are being delivered to nephrology clinics every year at an average of 20 patients a day. The current study aimed to construct a test instrument to assess the stages of acceptance and denial among patients with chronic kidney disease to identify the degree of denial among Read More …

Vol. 20, No. 2/ 2016 – Journal of Innovation in Psychology, Education and Didactics

JIPED_20_2_2016_Cover JIPED_ 20_2_2016_Contents THE STAGES OF DENIAL AND ACCEPTANCE AMONG PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE, Angelo GAGANI, Janice GEMAO, Dennis RELOJO, Sonia Janice PILAO PERCEIVED STRESS AND PERSONALITY TYPE (A &B) AMONG ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION PATIENTS ACROSS VARIOUS DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES, Jaan ULFAT, Khan MAHPARA, Bashir INSHA, Ahmad MUSHTAQ INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARDS FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING SCIENCE: Read More …