Revista de Teorie și Practică Educațională "DIDACTICA PRO..."

Revista de Teorie și Practică Educațională "DIDACTICA PRO..."

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  • Country of publisher: moldova, republic of
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2019/Sep/29

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  • LCC Subject Category: Theory of Education
  • Publisher's keywords: Educational theory and practice
  • Language of fulltext: english, romanian; moldavian; moldovan
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  • Year open access content began: 2000
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This journal has '12' articles

Forming Students' Organizational Culture by Developing the Leaning to Learn Competence

Forming Students' Organizational Culture by Developing the Leaning to Learn Competence

Authors: Sergiu Orehovschi
Year: 2018, Volume: 18, Number: 112
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Abstract

The article draws attention to the issue of homework as a main factor in students’ demotivation for learning. The author explores the main policy documents referring to the modeling of students’ personalities, where one of the aspects of such modeling is named as the competence of learning to learn. Independent activities provide the most fertile ground for the development of this competence. But do the teachers organize them properly?

Keywords: homework,; the Framework Plan; the Education Code; the competence of learning to learn;
Techniques for the Development of Individual Study Skills through Personalized Learning

Techniques for the Development of Individual Study Skills through Personalized Learning

Authors: Elena Davidescu
Year: 2018, Volume: 18, Number: 112
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Abstract

Personalized learning is based on the nuanced logic of unity between ‘knowing why you have to learn’ and ”knowing how to learn”. Individual study skills are necessary if one is to withstand the ongoing information explosion, in order to benefit from the offers made by various sources of knowledge, to face the demands of school and university education, to achieve continuous and permanent successful learning, and to attain a state of psychological comfort induced by knowledge. The main strategies for the development of individual study skills are: the technique of reading, the technique of learning, the technique of documentation, information, and processing; the organization of learning; and respecting the rules of psychological hygiene during study.

Keywords: Learning; education; personalized learning; individual study; individual study skills;
Trends in the Revaluation of the Emotional Intelligence Paradigm at Educational System Reform Level and at Educational Process Level

Trends in the Revaluation of the Emotional Intelligence Paradigm at Educational System Reform Level and at Educational Process Level

Authors: Simona Ionela Androne
Year: 2018, Volume: 18, Number: 112
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Abstract

The article presents a number of research conclusions concerning the use of the emotional intelligence paradigm, taking as a reference the tendencies registered at the following levels: education policy, education system, the educational process (based on the humanistic education ideal), and the general aims of democratic education.

Keywords: Emotional intelligence paradigm, trends, reform of the education system, educational process, revaluation
Preparing of a Pedagogical Experiment Concerning the Development of Digital Skills in Legal and Social Sciences Students by Applying Interactive Technologies in the ICT Course

Preparing of a Pedagogical Experiment Concerning the Development of Digital Skills in Legal and Social Sciences Students by Applying Interactive Technologies in the ICT Course

Authors: Lidia Popov
Year: 2018, Volume: 18, Number: 112
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Abstract

The article describes the completion of the training phase of a pedagogy project on the development of digital competences in the field of social justice through interactive technologies at the ICT course. The paper describes the tools and methods of work used. 519 students from the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences from the State University ‘‘Alecu Russo’’ in Balti was involved in this experiment.

Keywords: ICT, digital competences, social and legal field
A Form of Individualized Summative Assessment the Journal

A Form of Individualized Summative Assessment the Journal

Authors: Tatiana Cartaleanu
Year: 2018, Volume: 18, Number: 112
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Abstract

The article describes a highly individualized last-generation assessment task, which at the present is seldom applied in our country’s education system: the journal. Most school subjects provide opportunities for the teacher to use the journal in assessment, but the existent curricula fail to mention this perfectly assessable product. We examine the various ways in which the journal may be used for assessment at the end of the didactic module, as well as the criteria, indicators, and descriptors based on  which this product may be evaluated. Filling in a reading journal as part of the portfolio may become a long-running formative task even without the teacher reading and assessing the writing. In the case of the research journal the students will develop their observation skills and write both daily notes and synthesizing observations; by asking the students to fill a journal as a team, the teacher will count on students’ capacity to organize their own work and to distribute tasks between themselves, but will also expect them to be able to generalize their observations in an original graphic form.

Keywords: Formative assessment, summative assessment, reflexive journal, reading journal, research journal, assessment criteria
Additional Reading – between Obligation and Necessity

Additional Reading – between Obligation and Necessity

Authors: Marcelina Frăsinescu-Doruc
Year: 2018, Volume: 18, Number: 112
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Abstract

Additional reading is the success of all school work. At the Romanian classes, the teacher organizes reading activities, holidays dedicated to the pleasure of reading, such as:”Book Presentation”.The activities devoted to the presentation of a text or a book in the 3-rd and 4-th form took place in several stages, Firstly, the reading texts are chosen, then the structure of the reading journal is presented, and finally the book is presented.Reading is one of the most valuable tools of intellectual activity. The desire for reading does not come by itself, but it is formed through lasting work that encompasses patience, perseverance, will and, above all, requires continuity.

Keywords: Additional reading, reading journal, book presentation, spiritual enrichment, critical thinking, awareness
Education against Corruption – Another Dimension of Becoming a Good Citizen

Education against Corruption – Another Dimension of Becoming a Good Citizen

Authors: Eugenia Negru
Year: 2018, Volume: 18, Number: 112
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Abstract

Corruption has become a well-known phenomenon, which the mass media have widely presented to society in its various forms. To put an end to corruption, we must raise a new generation of children who would be acquainted with the concept of corruption and its implications, being aware of the dangerous impact it has upon society, and who would evolve as upright personalities taking responsibility for themselves and their community. The objectives of the Education against Corruption project are to develop life values and to educate in students a civic position against corruption.

Keywords: Education against corruption, public authority abuse, corruption, civic position
Individualizing Instruction in Chemistry Education

Individualizing Instruction in Chemistry Education

Authors: Rita Godoroja
Year: 2018, Volume: 18, Number: 112
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Abstract

This paper highlights some aspects of individualization in the teaching of chemistry. Creative exercises, eTwinning international projects, and sheets with independent learning tasks, when proposed for individualization, tend to significantly improve learner motivation, student involvement in task solving, and students’ creative potential, thus decreasing failure and improving chances for success.

Keywords: Individualization of learning, psychopedagogical individualization conditions, creative exercises, eTwinning projects, individual task cards.
The Algorithm of Equation Writing for Organic Chemistry Reactions

The Algorithm of Equation Writing for Organic Chemistry Reactions

Authors: Violeta Druţă, Iurie Druţă
Year: 2018, Volume: 18, Number: 112
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Abstract

Algorithmization is considered one of the most efficient working strategy to solve problems/exercises on chemistry. This method ensures the high performance on this subject and it is suitable for any kind of working methods. Organizing the information in tables helps to learn the necessary information in the exercises solving situations on chemistry.

Keywords: Algorithm, competence, problem, table, exercise, performance
Digitalizing Special Technical Disciplines with the Help of Web 2.0 Instruments

Digitalizing Special Technical Disciplines with the Help of Web 2.0 Instruments

Authors: Vitalie Păduraru
Year: 2018, Volume: 18, Number: 112
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Abstract

The article has the intention of boosting teachers’ competence and confidence to use ICT in the classroom, to enrich their collection of authentic and responsible learning techniques, to improve their day-to-day work and to drive them towards innovation. Web 2.0 tools are part of an effective heuristic learning approach, motivating students towards continuous discovery, due to which the learning process becomes active, modern, interactive, learner-centered, and based on cooperation and collaboration – all of these being aspects of constructivist education. There are also examples of recommended tasks for outcomes development using various tools and highlighting the benefits of their application in lessons.

Keywords: Web 2.0 tools, tasks, digital competence, communication, collaboration, ERRE framework
Exploring the Connections between Health, Education, and Gender Equality

Exploring the Connections between Health, Education, and Gender Equality

Authors: Valentina Bodrug-Lungu
Year: 2018, Volume: 18, Number: 112
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Abstract

This article focuses on exploring the link between health, health education, and the gender equality dimension. The gendered health determinants are highlighted based on relevant research. Taking into account different life experiences, different perceptions of health risks, different levels of vulnerability and resilience in girls and boys, we note the importance of education and health services carefully and responsibly addressing and responding to the needs of young people. The health of girls and boys must be addressed as a precondition for personal development and social sustainability.

Keywords: Health, gendered health determinants, health education, wellbeing, sustainability
Individualized Teaching

Individualized Teaching

Authors: Sorin Cristea
Year: 2018, Volume: 18, Number: 112
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Abstract

Individualized teaching represents a general principle that regulates teaching activity in the context of any form of organization: formal and nonformal; frontal, microgroup, and individual; lessons etc. Its sphere of reference includes all actions subordinate to instructional activity: teaching, learning, and assessment. At curriculum project level, what becomes crucial is the action of individualized learning, which is didactically tied to that of individualized teaching (fulfilled by the common rapport and repertoire between teacher and students) and individualized assessment, being strategically engaged, in a formative/self-formative sense, throughout the whole length of the teaching activity (the lessons etc.). The exploration of this principle demands managerial decisions concerning a global acquaintance with the student (pedagogical/didactical, social, and psychological), a gradualization of specific objectives, a diversification of the employed didactic methods and techniques, and a combination of various forms of class organization (frontal, in microgoups, and individual). The principle of individualized teaching ought not to be confused with individual instruction. It is a principle based on the psychological constructivist theories of learning, which propose pedagogical teaching models of a structuralist-genetic type (Piaget) and of a socio-cultural type (Vygotski, Galperin, and Bruner). ”Modern theories” highlight the importance of this principle in the regulation of certain ”multiple approaches to knowledge”(Gardner) or the optimization of rapports between ”culture, mind, and education”(Bruner).

Keywords: Individualized teaching, forms of class organization, modern theories

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