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Diana-Crina   Marin,   Mușata   Bocoș   -   Characteristics   of   the   Communication   Between   Parents   and   Students   of   the Preparatory Class. Barriers, Positive Factors, and Responsibilities of Teachers.   >>   Read Full Article Lorena   Peculea,   Adrian   Peculea    -   Possibilities   for   Improving   the   Learning   to   Learn   Competency   of   Students   from Technical Schools - Results of an Experimental Research.  >>   Read Full Article Musata-Dacia   Bocos,   Veronica-Oana   Moldovan   -   The   Influence   of   Scouting   Activities   Upon   the   Students’   School Performance.      Analysis   for   Mathematics   and   the   Environment   Exploration   and   Communication   in   the   Romanian language.  >>   Read Full Article Dana   Jucan    -   The   Intellectual   Activation   of   the   Students   –   Paradigm   of   University   Education.   The   Theoretical Approach of the Concepts.   >>   Read Full Article   Monica-Iuliana Anca    -   Using   the   Cornell   System   for   Notetaking   at   Pedagogical   High   Schools   Students.      >>   Read   Full Article Elena-Simona   Indreica,   Ana-Maria   Cazan    -   Time   Management,   Constellation   of   Interests   and   Students’   Attitude Towards E-learning Platform.  >> Read Full Article Daniel Andronache,   Musata   Bocos    -   Designing   Curricular   Frameworks   for   Critical Thinking   Development.         >>    Read Full Article Ciprian   Baciu,      Dana   Opre,   Sarah   Riley    -   A   New   Way   of   Thinking   in   the   Era   of   Virtual   Reality   and   Artificial Intelligence.  >>   Read Full Article
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The   major   objectives   of   the   Educatia   21   Journal   is   to   create   and sustain     a     free     open     space     for     reflection     and     pedagogical research     related     to     contemporary     educational     issues.     This international     journal     publishes     original     papers,     integrative reviews    of    research    literature    bearing    on    education,    including conceptualizations,   interpretations,   and   syntheses   of   literature and   scholarly   work   in   a   field   broadly   relevant   to   education   and educational research. Educatia     21     Journal     accepts     manuscripts     related     to     the educational   sciences   field      or   interdisciplinary   approaches   on current      topics      of      interest:      curriculum,      teacher      training,        educational       management,       instruction,       higher       education, secondary   education,   preschool   education,   distance   education, lifelong   learning,   school   counselling,   educational      psychology, special-education,   inclusive   education,   new   media   technologies in education, comparative education etc.
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Issue, No. 5/2007
EDUCATION AND SCIENCE Miron IONESCUCURRICULUM REFORM IMPACT ON COMPULSORY EDUCATION - CASE STUDY - (Part II) Vasile CHIS ..................................................................... A NEW PARADIGM – EDUCATION IN THE SPIRIT OF THE EUROPEAN VALUES AND THE EUROPEAN INTEGRATION Elena MACAVEI .............................................................. THE OPERATIONAL APROACH OF THE EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES Ion ALBULESCU .............................................................. OBSTACLES IN THE WAY OF INTERACTIVE PEDAGOGY IN THE PRESENT ROMANIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM AT PRE UNIVERSITY LEVEL Sanda ONUTZ.................................................................. THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL DIMENSIONS IN DIDACTIC COMMUNICATION Dana JUCAN.................................................................... TEACHERS’ AND STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ABOUT THE CURRICULUM OF THE PEDAGOGIC DISCIPLINES – THE RESULTS OF A PRACTICAL INVESTIGATION Musata BOCOS ................................................................ SLIDE-SHOW USE IN THE DIDACTIC ACTIVITY Maria Eliza DULAMA, Oana-Ramona ILOVAN ............... PEDAGOGIC DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND LEARNING TOOLS IN DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION Gisli THORSTEINSSON, Tom PAGE, Miika LEHTONEN USING VIRTUAL REALITY LEARNING ENVIRONMENT TECHNOLOGY FOR ENHANCED LEARNING IN EUROPE Gisli THORSTEINSSON, Tom PAGE
INTEGRATION OF ICT IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER EDUCATION IN LATVIA IN THE LIGHT OF FISTE PROJECT Andris KANGRO, Ilze KANGRO, Sandra KALNINA.......... WEBQUEST AS A TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE USE OF ICT IN EDUCATION Adina GLAVA, Catalin GLAVA ....................................... THE DEVELOPMENT OF PEDAGOGY IN THE CONTEXT OF COMPUTERIZED EDUCATION Horatiu CATALANO......................................................... REPRES MTHODOLOGIQUES POUR L’APPRENTISSAGE DES CONCEPTS PHILOSOPHIQUES DANS L’COLE SECONDAIRE Ion ALBULESCU, Mirela ALBULESCU ............................. STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCES OF THE MARKS OBTAINED IN THE JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2006 SESSION AT THE FACULTY OF CHEMISTRY OF IASI, BY THE STUDENTS FROM THE POSTUNIVERSITARY STUDIES CYCLE Danut-Gabriel COZMA.................................................... READING AND WRITING IN MATHEMATICAL ACTIVITIES IN PRIMARY SCHOOL Ioana MARCUT................................................................ ADVOCATING CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING IN ROMANIAN UNIVERSITIES Teodora POPESCU ........................................................... IMPLICATIONS OF INTERACTIVITY IN LEARNING WRITING –READING Maria ANCA, Carolina HATEGAN ................................... PRIORITIES OF DISABLED STUDENTS EDUCATION IN CONTEMPORARY WORLD Valentin Cosmin BLNDUL ............................................
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CREATIVE VALANCES OF THE GROUP MIRON IONESCU ................................................................................................................   9 RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION IN ROMANIAN SCHOOL (I) MUSATA BOCOS, CRISTIAN STAN ........................................................................................  23 THE CONTEXT FOR THE STUDY ON ROMA EDUCATION – FROM THEORY TO EMPIRICAL FACTS VASILE CHIS, OLGA MARKUS,............................................................................................   33 ARGUMENTATIVE DIDACTIC DIALOGUE ION ALBULESCU, MIRELA ALBULESCU..................................................................................   48 RESULTS OF THE ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ OPINIONS REGARDING THE EDUCATIONAL USE OF VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTATION. THE CASE OF VCCSSE – VIRTUAL COMMUNITY COLLABORATING SPACE FOR SCIENCE EDUCATION PROJECT ADINA GLAVA, CATALIN GLAVA ..........................................................................................   57 LA CULTURE SCIENTIFIQUE DANS L’ENQUETE PISA 2006 LILIANA CIASCAI ..............................................................................................................   69 STUDY ON LEARNING SITUATIONS STARTING FROM REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY MAPS AND THE CONSTRUCTIVIST THEORY MARIA ELIZA DULAMA,OANA RAMONA ILOVAN......................................................................   76 MOTIVATION AND COMMUNICATION. NEW PERSPECTIVES GEORGETA PNISOARA, ION-OVIDIU PNISOARA.....................................................................   92 PRESCHOOLERS AND DIFFICULTIES IN FULFILLING TEACHING TASKS ILIE RADUT TACIU, RAMONA RADUT TACIU ........................................................................   99 THE EFFECTS OF A RHYTHMIC EDUCATION PROGRAM ON SPEECH CHARACTERISTICS....................................................................................  110 MARIA ANCA, CARMEN BODEA........................................................................................ 110 A POSSIBLE WAY TO FORM THE CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM CONCEPT FLORENTINA CIOMOS ...................................................................................................... 121 GEOMETRY IN PRIMARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS IULIANA MARCHIS .......................................................................................................... 131 POSSIBILITIES OF THE PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONALISM OF THE HUNGARIAN TEACHERS FROM ROMANIA LILLA PTER ...................................... 140
MIGRATION – A NEW CAUSE OF THE LEARNING DIFFICULTIES IN CONTEMPORARY SCHOOL HORATIU CATALANO ...................................................................................................... 151 THE MORPHOLOGIC SIDE OF THE LANGUAGE, SPECIFIC FEATURES IN THE HEARING IMPAIRED CHILD CAROLINA HATEGAN....................................................................................................... 164 DEVELOPING TRANSLATION TECHNIQUES IN A BUSINESS ENGLISH CLASSROOM TEODORA POPESCU........................................................................................................ 174 THE IMPACT OF ADAPTATION TO THE UNIVERSITARY ENVIRONMENT MARIA DORINA PASCA.....................................................................................................182 EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIP. COMPONENTS AND THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THEM ADRIANA DENISA MANEA................................................................................................ 187 INTRODUCTION IN COOPERATIVE LEARNING IONUT VLADESCU........................................................................................................... 195 EDUCATION IN MACRO- AND MICRO-STRUCTURAL ENVIRONMENTS IONUT VLADESCU........................................................................................................... 208 THE DIDACTICS OF THE PEDAGOGIC DISCIPLINES A STRUCTURAL FRAMEWORK (BOOK REVIEW) MIRON IONESCU ............................................................................................................ 222 CURRICULUM THEORY – CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ELEMENTS (BOOK REVIEW) ADINA GLAVA ................................................................................................................ 225 DYNAMICALLY DIDACTIC METHODOLOGIES – THEORY AND PRACTICE(BOOK REVIEW) ANA-MARIA POP ............................................................................................................ 228 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY PLANIFICARI SI PROIECTE DE LECTII PENTRU CLASA A V-A DIANA ALEXANDRU........................................................................................................ 230
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ENVIRONMENTAL AND MINING IN SĂLAJ COUNTY. ECOLOGICAL REABILITATION SABO HELENA MARIA, SPAN RUDOLF................................................................................ 127 COMMUNICATION DURING NATURAL AND TECHNOLOGIC DISASTERS SABO HELENA MARIA, TUDORACHE TANIA......................................................................... 130 THE NON CONSCIOUS DIMENSION IN THE FORMATION GAETANO BONETTA........................................................................................................ 135 PEDAGOGY OF GENDER: MALE AND FEMALE EDUCATION AND HUMAN REALITY ELSA M. BRUNI ............................................................................................................. 142 DIGITAL LITERATURE AND MULTI-LITERACIES ILARIA FILOGRASSO ........................................................................................................ 155 THE RELATIONSHIP MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE-LEARNING STYLES AND ITS IMPLICATIONS IN THE LEARNING PROCESS PETROVAN RAMONA ŞTEFANA, TRIF LETIŢIA ...................................................................... 165 THE IMPACT OF MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS ON THE MEMORY’S PRODUCTIVITY, DIMENSION OF THE STUDENTS’ LEARNING CAPACITY TRIF LETIŢIA, PETROVAN RAMONA ŞTEFANA .................................................................... 178 PARADIGM CHANGES IN EDUCATION AND RELIGION IN THE RENAISSANCE AGE FR. DORIN OPRIŞ .............................................................................................................. 189 TRADITIONAL AND MODERN METHODS OF EVALUATION WORKING TOGETHER – A WAY TO OPTIMIZE THE DIDACTICAL ACTIVITY IN THE SCHOOL SUBJECT RELIGION FOR THE THIRD FORM. ACTIONRESEARCH MONICA OPRIŞ ................................................................................................................. 197 THE MANAGEMENT OF THE COMMUNICATION RELATIONSHIPS IN PUPILS FORMS IONUŢ VLADESCU............................................................................................................. 206 DEVELOPING PRE-ADOLESCENT STUDENTS’ POTENTIAL BY STIMULATING THEIR MOTIVATION AND POSITIVE ATTITUDE TOWARDS SCHOOL TĂUŞAN LIANA................................................................................................................... 221 METHODICAL ASPECTS REFERRING TO THE USE OF MOVEMENT GAMES IN THE INSTITUTIONALIZED CHILDREN’S MORAL EDUCATION MONICA STANESCU,CORINA CIOLCA................................................................................. 226 THE VALUABLE CONSTRUCTION OF DOCTOR-PATIENT INTERRELATION FROM ITS AGE PERSPECTIVE MARIA DORINA PAŞCA ...................................................................................................... 235
RELIGION AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION IN ROMANIAN SCHOOL (II) 9 CRISTIAN STAN, MUŞATA BOCOŞ “BABEŞ-BOLYAI“ UNIVERSITY, CLUJ-NAPOCA ..............     9 SOME METHODOLOGICAL PRECONDITIONS OF RESEARCH, SHOWN IN THE FIELD OF ETHICAL RESEARCH MUŞATA BOCOŞ, DORIN OPRIŞ, MONICA OPRIŞ ..............................................................   21 THE CURRICULUM FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL. MONO-DISCIPLINARY OR INTEGRATED APPROACHES LENUŢA POPOVICI, VASILE CHIŞ.......................................................................................   28 THE SCHOOL, AS COMMUNITY OF LEARNING THE DEMOCRATIC BEHAVIOR ION ALBULESCU...............................................................................................................   50 ADDRESSING THE PSYCHO-PEDAGOGY OF LEARNING DIFFICULTIES. IMPLICATIONS TO THE VARIOUS COMPONENTS OF PERSONALITY HORAŢIU CATALANO ......................................................................................................   56 THE METHOD OF THE EXERCICE USED IN ACADEMIC TEACHING RAMONA RĂDUŢ-TACIU, IOANA MAGDAŞ, NICOLETA MARŢIAN....................................   66 THE ROLE OF HYPERTEXT’S SYSTEMS IN LEARNING VIOREL MIH, CODRUŢA MIH..........................................................................................   76 CONDITIONS FOR EFFICIENT FUNCTIONING OF THE SCHOOL ORGANIZATION ADRIANA DENISA MANEA...............................................................................................   87 PERSPECTIVES ON PRE-SERVICE TRAINING: A REPORT ON A NEW ASSESSMENT TOOL BIANCA DORIS BRETAN ................................................................................................. 101 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE PHENOMEN OF SCHOOL DROPOUT IN ROMANIAN SOCIETY VALENTIN COSMIN BLNDUL ............................................................................................ 108 THE ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND INOVATION IN SOME UNIVERSITIES FROM GERMANY AND ITALY SABO HELENA MARIA, ALFONZO GERMANI....................................................................... 115 WHO CAN READ BRITISCH NEWSPAPERS? SABO HELENA MARIA, SABOU MARTA.............................................................................. 124
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Issue, No. 7/2009
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NEW CURRICULUM FOR MOTIVATION AND INDUCTION IN TEACHER CAREER .................................................................................................... 7 ION-OVIDIU PNIŞOARĂ, GEORGETA PNIŞOARĂ THE CURRICULUM REFORM IN ROMANIA............................................. 20 HELENA MARIA SABO FROM EDUCATIONAL POLICIES TO CURRICULAR POLICIES WITHIN THE ROMANIAN PRE-UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM............... 28 LIANA TĂUŞAN CURRICULAR PARADIGMS OF TAXONOMY - THE DIACHRONIC AND SYNCHRONIC................................................................................................ 43 HORAŢIU CATALANO THE ROLE OF INTERACTIVE DIDACTIC METHODS IN THE CONTEXT OF CONTEMPORARY CURRICULAR PARADIGM.......................................... 50 CRISTIAN STAN, ADRIANA DENISA MANEA FUNDAMENTAL DIMENSIONS OF THE NEW UNIVERSITY CURRICULA FROM NATIONAL, EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE ......................................... 58 DANA JUCAN RANKING OF UNIVERSITIES AS A THREAT: ADVERSE EFFECTS OF COMPETITION BETWEEN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS........... 67 MUŞATA BOCOŞ, GELU GHERGHIN VISUAL ARTS CURRICULUM AS A SUPPORT FOR CREATIVE BEHAVIOUR CONFIGURATION IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN........ 87 RAMONA RĂDUŢ-TACIU, ADRIANA CMPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN THE KINDERGARTEN, A NEED IN THE ROMANIAN CURRICULUM.................................................................... 95 HELENA MARIA SABO, RUDOLF SPAN
RESULTS OF THE DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION BY USING EDUCATIONAL SOFT APPLIED FOR A TEACHING UNIT FROM THE 10TH GRADE PHYSICS CURRICULUM ............................................................................. 101 LILIANA DANA LUNG PARTICULARITIES OF THE PREFERRED METHODS USED IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE INTERCULTURAL SCHOOL CURRICULUM .. 109 IONUŢ VLĂDESCU PLEADING FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF HUMAN MEDICALLY ASSISTED REPRODUCTION AND BIOTECHNOLOGIES INTO THE EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM................................................................................ 134 MARIA CLAUDIA CUC, ALEXANDRA HUIDU, VIOLETA HUIDU......................................     134 DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING A CURRICULUM FOR CHILDREN WITH DEAFBLINDNESS/ MULTISENSORY IMPAIRMENT ............................... 145 ANDREA HATHAZI INTEGRAREA ELEVILOR CU DIZABILITĂŢI – NTRE ADAPTARE CURRICULARĂ ŞI ACCEPTARE SOCIALĂ............................................................ 151 VALENTIN COSMIN BLNDUL NEW GUIDELINES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN CURRICULUM SCHOOLS IN BAVARIA, OPPORTUNITIES FOR AN EXCITING, REAL-LIFE LESSONS............................................................................. 162 HEIDI REITHMEIER, HELENA MARIA SABO DILEMMAS OF CONTEMPORARY EDUCATION OR THE WISE TEACHER’S WONDERINGS ABOUT THE WORLD.............................................. 169 VENERA-MIHAELA COJOCARIU THE DEVELOPMENT OF UNIVERSITY CURRICULUM IN ROMANIA FROM THE BOLOGNA PROCESS PERSPECTIVE ............................................... 176 ANA MARIA DIMA
*   Against stereotypes: picture books as a formative resource   - Ilaria Filograsso *    Intercultural   education   as   a   reflection   of   intercultural   principlies   in   school    - Ionut Vladescu *    The   European   dimension   of   education   –   a   way   to   promote   intercultural education   - Tăușan Liana *   I nterculturalism and Education  - Eşi Marius-Costel *     Promoting    intercultural    education    through    esthetic    education     -    Muşata Bocoş; Oana Raluca Baciu *    The   confessional   –   cooperative   teaching   Religion   model   in   the   perspective of intercultural education in Romania   - Monica Opriş *   Laying   some   weight   on   cultural   awareness   when   learning   Swedish    -   Raluca Petruş *   Intercultural   education:   how   jewish   –   arab   relations   are   reflected   in   literary texts   in   the   Hebrew   matriculation   curriculum   in   the   arab   sector?   Sarah   Zamir; Sarah Hauptman *     Characteristics     of     educational     policies     from     the     perspective     of interculturality - Letiţia Trif
*   Intercultural Education and Student Mobility - Braşoveanu Alina *   Psychological   and   educational   aspects   of   bilingualism.   An   opportunity   for the Romanian educational practice and research - Ionuţ-Dorin Stanciu *    Intercultural   and   National   Qualification   Frameworks   as   Institutions   in   the Sociology of Curriculum   - Ana Maria Dima *    Important    aspects    regarding    the    newly    emerging    needs    of    children    in Romania  -   Adriana Popescu   *    The    need    to    promote    intercultural    education    in    disadvantaged    youth groups   by   active   methods    -   Daniel-Cosmin   Andronache;   Muşata   Bocoş;   Laura Budiu *    Linguistic   and   cultural   identity   hindrance   in   the   era   of   globalization    - Azamat Akbarov *    Intercultural   education   challenges   at   the   level   of   teachers`   initial   training    - Cristian Stan *    Education   and   inter-culturalism   within   Romanian   social   field    -   Adriana Denisa Manea; Cristian Stan *   Education, religion and interculturality at Romanian people  - Dorin Opriş *   Difference and pluralism in the pedagogical subject   - Elsa M. Bruni *    Intercultural   and   Multicultural   Aspects   withim   Romanian   Berders    -   Flavia Corina Galben *   A new pedagogical frontier: from equality to diversity   - Gaetano Bonetta *   Teachers Intercultural Development for Global Europe   - Georgeta Pânişoară *   Intercultural communication is a factor of Education?  - Helena Maria Sabo
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