THE VALUES OF TOLERANCE. A LITERATURE REVIEW, Ioana BOGHIAN

Abstract Our paper aims to identify and systematize the values associated with the concept of ‘tolerance’. The main method used was the literature review. The literature review aims to highlight the values associated with tolerance at a global level. Our results consist of the identification and systematization of a series of values associated with the Read More …

RECONSIDERATIONS ON THE CONCEPT OF LESSON. SCHOOL AND LIFE LESSONS, Gabriel ALBU

Abstract Perhaps the most significant context in which (formal) education takes place is the lesson. Most of us – whether or not part of the education system – have come to identify the concept of lesson with school lessons. The study shows that we can, however, encounter lessons at every step in our lives and Read More …

EDUCATION FOR DESIRABLE BEHAVIOURS AND SHAPING THE YOUNG PEOPLE’S CHARACTER IN THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTIAN VALUES, Liliana EZECHIL†, Mihaela Gabriela NEACȘU

Abstract This paper proposes a reflection exercise on how parents, school teachers and religion teachers might seek to promote the moral values suggested by the oldest moral code of the world – the biblical Decalogue. It notes and argues for the need of complementing the school-type desirability education with religious and social desirability, so that Read More …

MOTIVATIONAL CHANGES DUE TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A BILINGUAL MODULE IN BIOLOGY, Stephanie OHLBERGER, Claas WEGNER

Abstract Across Europe, language policies of recent years established different models of bilingual education, also known as Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), in order to promote multilingualism. The study presented in this paper focuses on a bilingual project (English-German) in the subject of Biology in Germany. Commonly, two types of bilingual concepts in schools Read More …

THE BENEFITS OF GAMES IN TEACHING VOCABULARY TO PRIMARY STUDENTS, Antoneta SÎRBU

Abstract The aim of this study was to examine the benefits of games in teaching vocabulary to primary students. Comparing the final results of the experimental group with those obtained before the experiment revealed remarkable progress in language achievement for each student. Teachers should use games in vocabulary lessons and not only (games can be Read More …