Issue, No. 8/2010

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• Ion-Ovidiu Pânişoară, Georgeta Pânişoară - New Curriculum For Motivation And Induction In Teacher Career
• Helena Maria Sabo - The Curriculum Reform In Romania
• Liana Tăuşan - From Educational Policies To Curricular Policies Withinthe Romanian Pre-University Educational System
• Horaţiu Catalano - Curricular Paradigms Of Taxonomy - The Diachronic Andsynchronic
• Cristian Stan, Adriana Denisa Manea - The Role Of Interactive Didactic Methods In The Context Ofcontemporary Curricular Paradigm
• Dana Jucan - Fundamental Dimensions Of The New University Curriculafrom National, European Perspective
• Muşata Bocoş, Gelu Gherghin - Ranking Of Universities As A Threat: Adverse Effects Of competition Between Higher Education Institutions
• Ramona Răduţ-Taciu, Adriana Cîmpean - Visual Arts Curriculum As A Support For Creative behaviour Configuration In Primary School Children
• Helena Maria Sabo, Rudolf Span - Environmental Education In The Kindergarten, A Need In the Romanian Curriculum
• Liliana Dana Lung - Results Of The Differentiated Instruction By Using educational Soft Applied For A Teaching Unit From The 10Th grade Physics Curriculum
• Ionuţ Vlădescu - Particularities Of The Preferred Methods Used In The implementation Of The Intercultural School Curriculum
• Maria Claudia Cuc, Alexandra Huidu, Violeta Huidu - Pleading For The Implementation Of Human Medicallyassisted Reproduction And Biotechnologies Into Theeducational Curriculum
• Andrea Hathazi - Developing And Implementing A Curriculum For Children with Deafblindness/ Multisensory Impairment
• Valentin Cosmin Blândul - Integrarea Elevilor Cu Dizabilităţi: Între Adaptare curriculară Şi Acceptare Socială
• Heidi Reithmeier, Helena Maria Sabo - New Guidelines For Environmental Education In curriculum Schools In Bavaria, Opportunities For Anexciting, Real-Life Lessons
• Venera-Mihaela Cojocariu - Dilemmas Of Contemporary Education Or The Wise teacher’S Wonderings About The World
• Ana Maria Dima - The Development Of University Curriculum In Romaniafrom The Bologna Process Perspective
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