Students’ Perception towards Online Activities in Higher Education, Carmen Maria CHIȘIU

Abstract The research is an observational study on student satisfaction and learning efficiency, in the conditions of online courses and seminars, imposed by the COVID 19 pandemic, to improve the quality of education. The research was carried out capitalizing on the answers provided to a questionnaire by 194 students, who participated in the courses and Read More …

Didаctic Communicаtion during the Emergency Period, Mihaela FLOREA

Abstract We аll live in аn unusuаl time, in which humаn аctivies аre disrupted, the educаtionаl process being the most disrupted of аll, the process which relies on humаn communicаtion, on influence аnd direct contаct between the educаtor аnd educаble. No one hаd аny prior experience on this mаtter, cаusing аnxiety, confusion, demotivаtion in both Read More …

Enhancing Formal Word Definitions: An Educational Intervention Plan for Monolingual & Bilingual Children, Ifigeneia DOSI

Abstract The development of word definitions is related to literacy and school success. Moreover, definitions depict vocabulary development, since “good” (i.e. formal) definitions reveal that the word is well-established to the mental lexicon and it can be properly used. The role of education is pivotal for the improvement of definitional abilities. The current paper discusses Read More …

Ways of Adult Education in the Context of Personalized Pedagogy, Iulian Ciprian BERTEA

Abstract Online education has become a necessary part of adult education because it makes learning possible anywhere and at any time. Adults who have dropped out of school may have negative feelings towards the traditional classroom. For them, lessons were boring and they struggled with the traditional curriculum. The use of technology in the classroom Read More …

Social Representations of Romanian Immigrants from Tuscany in the Mass Media, Alexandra Georgiana POENARU

Abstract The Tuscany region of Italy is at the top of the preferences of Romanian immigrants. In this area, there were registered, in 2018, 84,621 Romanians representing 20.72% of the total foreign population, according to the data provided by ISTAT. Starting from the theory of social representations (Moscovici, 1978), the paper attempts to investigate how Read More …

Trends and Student Guidance Experiences in Teaching Career at the International Level, Marianna SAVVA

Abstract The present article outlines the issue of trends and student guidance experiences in the teaching career at the international level as many European countries face the problem of having graduates opt for a teaching career. At present, there are still no framework regulations, or normative acts providing training of students in general education on Read More …

Comparing Effects of a Teaching Unit on Rural and Urban Students’ Emotional Constructs Joy, Interest, Boredom, Frustration at an Educational Farm in Germany, Claas WEGNER, Max BENTRUP, Carolin ZEHNE

Abstract The study investigated the effects of a three-day stay on an educational farm in Germany on the emotional constructs joy, interest, frustration, boredom, as well as on knowledge gain and perception of the activity-based methodology applied. A questionnaire was used to compare means scored in each dimension between secondary school rural and urban students Read More …

Vol. 24, No. 2/ 2020

Comparing Effects of a Teaching Unit on Rural and Urban Students’ Emotional Constructs Joy, Interest, Boredom, Frustration at an Educational Farm in Germany, Claas WEGNER, Max BENTRUP, Carolin ZEHNE Trends and Student Guidance Experiences in Teaching Career at the International Level, Marianna SAVVA Social Representations of Romanian Immigrants from Tuscany in the Mass Media, Alexandra Read More …