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Popescu, Sanda Nicoleta – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2021
The dynamics of the labour market are characterized by several important aspects such as: the emergence of new trades and the disappearance of others, the emergence of the phenomenon of technology, of the tendency to replace the human activity with the computerized activity in many fields, the replacement of office work with telework, the…
Descriptors: Career Counseling, Counseling Techniques, Labor Market, Labor Needs
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Mitescu-Manea, Mihaela; Safta-Zecheria, Leyla; Neumann, Eszter; Bodrug-Lungu, Valentina; Milenkova, Valentina; Lendzhova, Vladislava – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2021
With the sudden widespread closure of schools since February-March 2020 due to the physical distancing measures associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, the digital competences became a focus of attention, being of central importance to the swift and equitable transition to the various forms of emergency remote teaching implemented throughout the…
Descriptors: Teacher Competencies, Technological Literacy, Educational Policy, Policy Formation
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Vrabie, Tina; Cre?u, Carmen Mihaela – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2021
In order to provide quality instruction for students, to cultivate free and entrepreneurial spirits, the educational system needs teachers capable of acting as mentors for their students; inspiring them, teaching them about moral values and helping them develop their cognitive and career-orientation skills. Through the impact that it has on the…
Descriptors: Mentors, Teacher Student Relationship, Academically Gifted, Gifted Education
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Tural, Pinar; Cubukcu, Feryal – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2021
Teaching culture is an indispensable part of language teaching as language and culture are intertwined. Awareness of one's own culture and the target culture is necessary to be able to communicate efficiently. To raise intercultural awareness among EFL learners, literary sources can be a great source as they are authentic and reflect cultural…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Multicultural Education, English (Second Language), Second Language Instruction
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Assante, Gabriela Monica; Momanu, Mariana – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2021
The main objective of this study is to investigate the relationship between critical motivation, altruism and peer caring as the moral foundation of social life. Although the direct relationship between critical consciousness and prosocial involvement has for some time entered the realm of educational research, the mechanisms by which the…
Descriptors: Motivation, Altruism, Correlation, Caring
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Lanszki, Anita; Kunos, Nóra – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2021
The paper presents how digital storytelling was used as an empowerment tool among high school students diagnosed with school-related burnout (N = 13) in Hungary. The aim of applying digital storytelling was to change students' time perspective, which was measured with Stanford Time Perspective Inventory before and after the digital storytelling…
Descriptors: Story Telling, Burnout, Technology Uses in Education, Grade 10
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Lulciuc, Claudiu; Minulescu, Mihaela; Maricu?oiu, Lauren?iu – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2020
The present study evaluated children's prosocial behavior (M = 7.39, SD = 0.93) (i.e., specific altruism) under the influence of three types of cartoons (neutral, prosocial, or antisocial). Subjects (N = 140) were randomized and exposed to treatment with pre- and post-intervention measurements. The results didn't confirm the hypothesis that…
Descriptors: Child Behavior, Prosocial Behavior, Altruism, Cartoons
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Gonta, Iulia; Tripon, Cristina – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2020
Curricular innovation in university education allows teachers to make use of a wide range of changes. What do teachers mean by "curricular innovation", how do they apply it and what are the factors that mobilize or block them in this process? These issues were analyzed based on the answers given by university teachers. Hence, we found…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Educational Innovation, Higher Education, College Faculty
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Ciumageanu, Mugur; Sfetcu, Raluca; Suditu, Florina – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2020
Adolescence is by definition an "age of risk", irrelevant if you substantiate such a claim experientially or empirically. Mid-adolescence is the period where the processes of both neural and socio-emotional maturation are linked with an increase in both exploratory and health-risk behaviors. The present study, using a cross-sectional…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Interpersonal Relationship, Health Behavior, Risk
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Safta-Zecheria, Leyla; ?tefaniga, Sebastian-Aurelian; Negru, Ioana-Alexandra; Virag, Francisca-Hortensia – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2020
Emergency remote teaching replaced face-to-face education almost everywhere in the world at the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. Romania switched to online teaching in March 2020 as a recommendation that became an obligation to teach online in late April 2020. Teachers saw themselves confronted with the need to adapt to a completely new…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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Riveras-León, Juan Carlos; Tomàs-Folch, Marina – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2020
Social and technological changes demand constant updating, this implies that schools must be prepared to face these changes. As a result, they need to have the capacity to innovate as part of their organizational culture. Although it is true, that not all schools are examples of innovative organizations, it is possible to identify some that have a…
Descriptors: School Culture, School Effectiveness, Educational Innovation, Principals
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Lu?trea, Anca; Cra?ovan, Mariana – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2020
Romanian educational system is in a constant search for reform, due to one of the highest rates of students' underachievement in basic skills and lack of qualified teachers among EU member states. It is well established that professional learning communities (PLCs) can be a solution for both problems, aiming to enhance students' results by teacher…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Communities of Practice, Faculty Development, Teacher Collaboration
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Popa, Ana-Maria – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2020
A qualitative and comparative analysis is performed regarding the possible consequences of the introduction in the school curriculum of 10-12 year old children, of Robotics and Applied Mathematics in Movement Transmission (AMMT) courses, respectively. The research has been done at the Gymnazial School Number 195, from Bucharest, during two scholar…
Descriptors: Robotics, Foreign Countries, Teaching Methods, STEM Education
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Peculea, Lorena; Peculea, Adrian – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2020
As part of a larger study on academic dishonesty, this paper aims to be a simple investigation of students' opinions on some ethical issues, such as cheating in exams and plagiarism in assignments. The main goal was to explore the level of awareness of cheating and plagiarism, the frequency of these dishonest behaviours, students' attitudes toward…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, College Freshmen, Engineering Education, Cheating
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Pantelie, Speran?a Rodica – Journal of Educational Sciences, 2020
The first year of life is an essential phase for all psychological areas in child development. The key competences, vital for all development processes of the child, focus on the communication and the socio-emotional competencies, mostly because the infant is strongly dependent of the adult care environment. The quality of the primary caregiving…
Descriptors: Psychological Characteristics, Communication Skills, Infants, Child Development
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