A HISTORICAL RESEARCH ON THE DIDACTICS OF MATHEMATICS, Costică LUPU

Abstract The relevance of psychological learning theories for establishing a model of science didactics is substantial. Because e-learning theories are psychological theories, when it comes to transforming them into training models applicable to science didactics framework the challenge is content and method related. Psychological theories are based on training models and have to be known Read More …

OVERVIEW OF UTILISATION OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN PORTUGAL, Ana PINTO-COELHO, Dennis RELOJO

Abstract A few years ago, Portugal switched to a ‘care in the community’ model for the care of its mental health patients; this allowed the ministry to close Portugal specialist mental health units. This paper explored the issues that beset mental health services in Portugal, and the factors that may contribute to mental health problems. Read More …

TEACHING SCIENCE IN PRESCHOOL SETTINGS: A CASE STUDY OF LEARNING BY DOING, Alina-Cristiana CÎRJĂ, Florina-Ancuța DUMINICĂ

Abstract This article presents the implementation of an experiment-based approach to teaching science to preschoolers. The research relied on the principle of “learning by doing” derived from the Child-Centred Education theory of Pedagogy. The experimental group was formed of 18 children aged 4-5 years who were taught about the concept of the water circuit in Read More …

EARLY INTERVENTION STRATEGIES FOR PREVENTING AND CORRECTING BEHAVIOUR DISORDERS IN PRESCHOOLERS, Constanța DUMITRIU, Cristina DUHALMU

Abstract From a theoretical perspective, this paper provides a summary of current theories and researches on behavioural disorders in children, particularly on ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity), its etiology and forms of manifestation. It highlights the importance of early intervention strategies, especially of games, both in the prevention and correction of behavioural disorders in Read More …

EDUCATION, HUMAN DIGNITY, INTERPERSONAL RESPECT AND SELF-RESPECT, Gabriel ALBU

Abstract Pressed by the demands of the given historical moment and concerned with solving the immediate problems of society, we overlook – as specialists and practitioners – the fundamental aspects of the objectives and content of education. The study shows and demonstrates the deep relationship of education with human dignity, with interpersonal respect and self-respect. Read More …

Examing the Role of Cognitive Distortion and Parental Bonding in Depressive Symotoms Among Male Adolescents: A Randomised Crossover Trial

Soumen ACHARYA   Dennis RELOJO Abstract Adolescent depression is increasingly often treated with unsuitable drugs. To date, there is limited information on long-term outcomes of adolescent depression. The present study investigated the relationship between severity of depressive symptoms among male adolescents and a wider range of adult functional outcomes. It further examined the influence of Read More …

Vol. 21, No. 1/ 2017 – Journal of Innovation in Psychology, Education and Didactics

JIPED_21_1_2017_Cover JIPED_ 21_1_2017_Contents EXAMINING THE ROLE OF COGNITIVE DISTORTION AND PARENTAL BONDING IN DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS AMONG MALE ADOLESCENTS: A RANDOMISED CROSSOVER TRIA, Soumen ACHARYA, Dennis RELOJO EDUCATION, HUMAN DIGNITY, INTERPERSONAL RESPECT AND SELF-RESPECT, Gabriel ALBU EARLY INTERVENTION STRATEGIES FOR PREVENTING AND CORRECTING BEHAVIOUR DISORDERS IN PRESCHOOLERS, Constanța DUMITRIU, Cristina DUHALMU TEACHING SCIENCE IN PRESCHOOL SETTINGS: Read More …