CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION – A PROMISING SCHOOL TOPIC? A PRE-POST-EVALUATION OF EMOTIONS, PSYCHOLOGICAL ATTITUDES AND KNOWLEDGE, Claas WEGNER, Rico DUMCKE, Roland BENDER, Luisa KUCKNAT, Niels RAHE-MEYER

Abstract Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) education is suggested to be part of the official school curricula in Europe to increase bystander resuscitation and survival rates after cardiac arrest. Many postgraduate teachers are reluctant to teach CPR to their students. This study aims to evaluate if prospective biology teachers are able to plan and conduct CPR lessons Read More …

THE LEVEL OF POSITIVE SOCIO-HUMAN BEHAVIOUR IN YOUNG SCHOOL CHILDREN, Maria-Livia GÂRȚU

Abstract The article comprises a theoretical perspective on the proposed theme and presents the importance of a positive school and family environment regarding the young school children in order to ensure an individual and collective state of wellbeing, self-acceptance, to develop creative abilities, autonomy and learning motivation. Key words: human (moral) virtues, school success, well-being Read More …

INVESTIGATING THE EFFECT OF PARENTS’ INVOLVEMENT ON PUPILS’ LINGUISTIC BACKGROUND IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES AT MOSALAHA & MOHAMED BOUDHIAF SECONDARY SCHOOLS, Louiza BELAID, Hanane SARNOU

Abstract This research work measures the impact of parents’ involvement and literacy on their children’s linguistic background in foreign languages at school. Parents’ education, awareness and involvement are very important to help children in boosting their achievement in the classroom. In this perspective, the main issue of this survey is to examine whether parental involvement Read More …