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  • THEORETICAL APROCH OF CRITICAL THINKING IN EDUCATION

    • Authors: Alina Felicia ROMAN, Carina Nadaban
      Pages: 10 - 16
      Abstract: We have chosen this research topic because we believe that critical thinking has a key role in the formation and development of self-assessment capacity. Critical thinking takes information, evaluates it and processes it so that it can be understood and form its own point of view. In order to develop this type of thinking for young school-age students, it is necessary to approach the activities specific to this age, activities that are understandable to students, that will arouse their interest. The student who forms his critical thinking will more easily understand mathematical problems, understand a text and analyze it without having to resort to mechanical memory. Because through critical thinking new information and knowledge is accumulated, voluntarily, thus, an own opinion will be formed. If the student comes to have his own opinion which he supports through valid arguments, he will become able to decide for himself.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF TEACHERS’ COMMUNICATION
           BEHAVIOURS AND PERFORMANCE IN BASIC SCIENCE IN ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA

    • Authors: Emmanuel Nwune, Okigbo; Ebele Chinelo, Oguezue, Nnaemeka Kenechi, Christian-Ike, Nwanneka Oluchukwu
      Pages: 17 - 33
      Abstract: The study investigated the relationship between students’ perception of teachers’ communication behaviours and performance in Basic Science in Anambra State, Nigeria. Three research questions and three null hypotheses tested at 0.05 alpha level guided the conduct of the study. The study adopted the correlation survey research design. The population comprised of 26,261 upper basic nine students in the 261 state government-owned secondary schools in Anambra State. A sample of 540 upper basic nine students obtained using multi-stage sampling procedure was used. The Teachers’ Communication Behaviour Questionnaire (TCBQ) adapted by the researchers with reliability coefficients of 0.80 was used for data collection. The instrument was validated by three experts from Faculty of Education in Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. Data were collected by administering the instruments to the students with the aid of four research assistants. The upper basic eight promotion results of the students in Basic Science were used as performance scores of the students. Data collected were analyzed using the Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient and t-test of correlation analysis. The findings of the study revealed that a significant low positive relationship exists between students’ perception scores of their Basic Science teachers’ communication behaviours and performance scores in Basic Science. Also, findings of the study revealed a significant low positive relationship exist between students’ perception scores of their Basic Science teachers’ communication behaviours and performance scores in Basic Science with respect to gender. It was recommended amongst others that sufficient strategies be deployed by government, school authorities and the teachers in improving the classroom communication behaviours of teachers.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • THE VALUE OF FORMAL EDUCATION IN THE PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT OF PRIMARY
           SCHOOL PUPILS

    • Authors: Anca Manuela , Editha Margareta , Henrietta TORKOS
      Pages: 34 - 52
      Abstract: Education has a decisive role on the personal development of the individual. It is especially important that from an early age the individual should have an effective education that will reflect on his entire life. Along with education, the internal and external factors that condition the development of the individual also play an important role. Internal factors are heredity and psychosocial and biological influences and the main external factor is the environment. A relationship of interdependence and mutual and continuous correlation is established between the internal and external factors of development. Each factor helps and determines the formation and development of the other in order to achieve the goals of education. The school offers the student the framework for development, training, socialization starting from the knowledge of the individual and age peculiarities specific to each stage of development, by designing a strategy and by carrying out a rigorous didactic approach, based on a program, planning, educational resources, methods. and didactic strategies aimed at achieving the objectives and the proposed goal. The present article shows the results of a brief research on the personal development of pupils and some elements of personality through instructive-educational activities within the frame of the formal education. The main instrument used was the questionnaire, applied to a number 73 4th grade pupils from a class from Arad County. The questions relate to the experiences of pupils in formal education and especially to the way in which they perceive the changes, events, learning and socialization that take place in these years and the way all these connect to the development of their personality through education.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • STUDENTS’ SELF-EFFICACY AND FEURSTEIN INSTRUMENTAL ENRICHMENT

    • Authors: Tiberiu DUGHI, Roxana Ianc
      Pages: 53 - 66
      Abstract: The present experimental study aims to highlight the role of the instrumental enrichment program proposed by Reuven Feurstein in improving pre-adolescent learning facilitating attitudes. We refer to perceived self-efficacy and locus of control. These traits were evaluated in a 40 children  group at the beginning of the experimental stage with specific tests. The group was also divided into control group and experimental group. The intervention involved the organization of 12 workshops during which two tools from the Feuerstein method were used - Organization of points and Instructions. The statistical processing of the obtained data highlighted a significant increase in the perceived self-efficacy of the students we worked with, as well as a shift of emphasis from the locus of external control to the locus of internal control. These aspects allow for a better involvement in learning by increasing students' responsibility and self-confidence.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • EFFECT OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING ON PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS’ READING
           ACHIEVEMENT IN AWKA METROPOLIS

    • Authors: CHARLES AMAECHI ANIDI , IFEOMA MABEL OBUMNEKE-OKEKE, EMMANUEL CHIBUIKE NWUNE, EMMANUEL NKEMAKOLAM OKWUDUBA
      Pages: 67 - 78
      Abstract: This study investigated the effect of cooperative learning on reading achievement of primary school pupils in Awka Metropolis in Awka South Local Government Area. Two research questions and two null hypotheses guided the study.  The study adopted a quasi-experimental design specifically the pre-test, post-test control group design. The population comprised of 3,419 primary five pupils in Awka metropolis and 65 pupils selected from schools that use Macmillan English who participated in the study formed the sample for the study. Reading Achievement Test (RAT) with a reliability coefficient of 0.89 determined using Kuder-Richardson Formula 20 was used to collect data for the study. Pupils in the experimental group were taught reading using reciprocal peer tutoring, a type of cooperative learning considered in the study while those in the control group were taught reading using conventional method. Data collected were analyzed using mean scores for research questions and Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) for testing the hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance. Major findings revealed that pupils taught reading with Reciprocal Peer Tutoring (RPT) performed significantly better than those taught with conventional method did. There was no significant difference in the performance of male and female pupils taught reading with RPT. Based on the findings, it was recommended that teachers training colleges and universities should incorporate reciprocal peer tutoring in their curriculum so that prospective teachers will be acquainted with the basic skills for designing RPT instructional materials for use in their respective classrooms. Teachers should be well equipped and integrated with RPT for an effective teaching, mastery and its application in the teaching and learning processes.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • THEORIZING AN INTEGRATIVE-QUALITATIVE INTENTIONAL BEHAVIOR MODEL IN
           ROMANIAN PRESCHOOL TEACHERS FOR SDG4 (EQUAL ACCESS TO QUALITY PRE-PRIMARY
           EDUCATION)

    • Authors: Adela Redes, Dana RAD, Alina Roman, Anca Egerau, Evelina Balas
      Pages: 79 - 89
      Abstract: Quality education is one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations in 2015. SDG 4 refers to guaranteeing inclusive and equitable quality education for all, as well as fostering opportunities for lifelong learning for everyone. Equal access to high-quality pre-primary education is one of DSG4's 11 indicators, and it will be discussed further in this study. The goal of this study is to lay a theoretical foundation for the development and validation of an integrative-qualitative intentional behavior scale in Romanian early childhood education and care system. Our theoretical research will also be used to develop an integrative-qualitative intentional behavior prediction methodology that can be used to predict preschool teachers' integrative-qualitative intentional behavior in ECEC teachers and aid educational decision-makers in developing timely interventions that increase the likelihood of success. The study's major findings point to important components that might help Romanian educational decision-makers improve SDG4 outcomes.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • AN ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON SCHOOL SERVICES IN NIGERIAN
           PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES: EVIDENCE FROM AL-HIKMAH UNIVERSITY

    • Authors: Yusuf Suleiman, Famolu Florence Bosede, Amosa Bolanle Ganiyat
      Pages: 90 - 112
      Abstract: As contained in the National Policy on Education, adequate provision of school services in the
      university system is meant to enhance the level of students’ academic career, retention, academic
      progress and counselling towards attainment of educational goals. This study was conducted to
      evaluate students’ perception on school services in Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin, Kwara State,
      Nigeria. The study adopted descriptive survey. Three hundred and eighty-one respondents were
      used for the study from seven faculties in Al-Hikmah University. Students’ Perception on
      School Services Questionnaire (SPSSQ) was used for data collection. Two research questions
      were raised and answered to guide the conduct of the study. Descriptive statistics of frequency
      counts, percentages, mean and standard deviation was used to analyze the demographic
      information of the respondents and to answer the research questions raised. Findings showed
      that the level of students’ perception on academic services, guidance and counselling services,
      admission services, health services, power supply services and library services in Al-Hikmah
      University, Ilorin was high and that of extra-curricular services and internet services was low.
      Based on the findings, it was recommended among others that the management of Al-Hikmah
      University should improve on the school services for students in the areas of extra-curricular
      services and internet services so that effective teaching and learning could be improved on
      students’ academic achievement.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • THE PERSPECTIVE OF FREE TIME MOVEMENT IN PERSONS WITH MOTOR DISABILITY

    • Authors: Daciana Lupu
      Pages: 113 - 125
      Abstract: This research aimed at investigating the ways of spending leisure time in terms of gender and age, for people with motor disabilities (N - 93 subjects). It has been noticed that both men and women prefer to practice hobby activities at leisure, read, listen to music or collect stamps or watch television. Activities that do not appeal to both men and women are the same: to practice a hobby, such as walking, going for excursions, practicing a sport. For women there is added activity that does not please them: going out with friends with the city. For those with motor disabilities, younger ages (under 40) are associated with active leisure activities (going out in town with friends, going to recovery activities and practicing a hobby: walking, excursions, practicing a sport etc.). ), while older (over 40 years) are associated with passive activities (sleeping, watching TV, I have a hobby like: reading, listening to music, collecting stamps, etc.).  
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • THEORETICAL APPROACH TO A RAPIDLY CHANGING SCHOOL - CRITICAL THEORIES

    • Authors: Ivko NIKOLIC, Vladan PELEMIŠ, Marinel NEGRU, Boško MIHAJLOVIC
      Pages: 126 - 140
      Abstract: In modern society, change is very fast and difficult to manage. Students should be prepared for present and future needs. Therefore, the school must change and adapt to modern needs, and the theoretical level of teachers should be raised to the level of critical analysis of possible and best solutions. The concept of school and work in it must be theoretically grounded. Which theory and which concept of teaching and school organization best suits modern needs' A well-didactically educated teacher will use several theories at the same time, depending on the nature of the material, set goals and tasks, so that there is no universal answer. In this paper, we will look at the importance of critical theories because they point out the importance of autonomy and self-determination of students, their emancipatory demands, critical attitude towards social reality, emphasizing solidarity draw attention to current problems in education. In practice, behavioral, cognitive, constructivist, humanistic theories of learning, etc. are also significantly blunted.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • BIOLOGY TEACHERS LEVEL OF UTILIZATION AND AWARENESS OF INNOVATIVE TEACHING
           STRATEGIES IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF BIOLOGY IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

    • Authors: Maxwell Chukwunazo OBIKEZIE, Clement C OKPALA, Uchenna Vivian AMOBI
      Pages: 141 - 154
      Abstract: This study investigated biology teachers’ level of awareness and utilization of innovative teaching strategies in the teaching and learning of biology in secondary schools in Anambra state, Nigeria. A descriptive survey research design was used. The sample for the study is 150 biology teachers from 75 co educational school. The instrument used was developed by the researchers known as Teacher's Awareness and Utilization of Innovative Teaching Strategy Scale (TAUITSS) which was scrutinized by three experts from Department of Science Education one from Nwafor Orizu College of Education Nsugbe, another from Federal College of Education (Technical) Umunze and Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka. The questionnaires were distributed by the researchers. Mean were used to answer the research question while t-test was used to test the hypotheses involving two mean, ANOVA was used to test the hypotheses involving more than two mean. The findings shows that there is no significant difference between the mean ratings of teachers on the awareness of innovative teaching strategy that can be used in the teaching of Biology in secondary schools based on gender, there is a significant difference between the mean ratings of teachers on the awareness of innovative teaching strategy that can be used in the teaching of Biology in secondary schools based on academic qualification and there is no significant difference between the mean ratings of teachers on the extent of utilization of innovative teaching strategy that can be used in the teaching of Biology in secondary schools based on gender. The last hypothesis showed that there is no significant difference between the mean ratings of teachers on the extent of utilization of innovative teaching strategy that can be used in the teaching of Biology in secondary schools based on academic qualification. Base on the findings, these recommendations were made, in order to improve the performance of students in Biology, teachers should consider using the innovative teaching strategies and this should as well be implemented in other levels where Biology is taught if performance in biology exams is to be improved and school administrators should be encouraged to improve on management of academic programmes by providing necessary innovative tools required for instructional purposes.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • BUILDING HIGH QUALITY IN EARLY EDUCATION FOR SOCIAL WELL-INTEGRATION

    • Authors: Gabriela Kelemen
      Pages: 155 - 166
      Abstract: Early education experiences today a pedagogical approach which covers the period from birth to the age of 6/7. It is the period when the child begins school and also when significant changes occur in the child`s development. The concept of early education comprising the collocation “early child development” and including education, protection and health has widened. It has fallen under the age of 3 after the World Conference from Jomtien (Thailand) in 1990 when the concept of education for all expended and a new concept was introduced, namely “lifelong learning” and along with it the idea that education starts at birth. Thus, this situation led to new approaches in state policies on young children, bringing together the social, educational and sanitary (health and nutrition) environment. This new perspective on early childhood, influenced by the evolution of family and the role of women in society brought about changes in the orientation of specialists and of those who reconstruct socio-educational strategies and policies. They tried to develop new “out of family” child care and education opportunities by creating specialized services. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Children states the principles of convergent approach of children, including health, education and child protection in terms of well-being and development. It tries to exclude aspects such as: social exclusion, any type of child discrimination, respect for the children`s rights, provision of a good start in life for all children, surcease of child exploitation, access to education for all children, the children`s and teenager`s right to an opinion, participation in decision making, child protection and investment in schools. Romania, by adhering to the United Europe (M. Korintus, 2000) has aligned to these demands by implementing educational policies favourable to the development and progress of children from birth throughout their lives. Our country has implemented educational reforms proper to education, child care and fostering according to its nature, interests and aspirations, so that even the children stay in rural or urban location, they have the same opportunities for proper development.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • STRATEGY AND TACTICS IN FORMAL EDUCATIONAL PROCESS

    • Authors: Rodica Mariana Niculescu
      Pages: 167 - 175
      Abstract: The paper is in line with the author's preoccupations for substantiating some theoretical aspects without which the practical activity in the educational field cannot reach real qualitative odds.This time, the approached concepts represent the milestones of the journey from the desire (planed educational process) to the realization (the real results of the educational process). In the first part, a definition of fundamental concepts related to planning/organization and monitoring on different levels of the educational system and process (the strategy with its different connotations, tactics, strategic plan, and implementation) is attempted.The role and importance of the strategic level in the educational reform and curriculum reform are briefly presented in the second part. The relationship between the strategic plan, the tactical/operational one, and the actual implementation is dealt with in the third part, with the emphasis of some considerations with the nuances of conclusions of long-lasting observations on the educational reality.The importance of knowing these theoretical aspects, so that practice does not pay a bitter price for not genuinely focusing on what it declares as a priority, is highlighted in the paper.In a world where the statements seem to be more important than the reality this kind of approach is seen as a necessity.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • BOREDOM - PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO THE CHALLENGES OF BOREDOM

    • Authors: Maria-Monica POPESCU-MITROI
      Pages: 176 - 185
      Abstract: Boredom is a real problem in the lives of schoolchildren and contemporary people. Although important steps have been taken in the theoretical understanding of this phenomenon, we are still witnessing a struggle that many people/students are losing because they do not know how / have not been taught how to relate to it. This article comes up with some concrete proposals to address boredom, in the light of recent scientific research, so that we can emerge victorious from the confrontation with boredom.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE: PSYCHOLINGUISTIC, LINGUISTIC CREATIVITY &
           METACOMMUNICATION

    • Authors: Fausto PRESUTTI
      Pages: 186 - 209
      Abstract: This Psychology article presents the theoretical-conceptual models
      that characterizes the keys to understanding and to study mental
      capacity and communication skills, useful in being able to know
      and analyses Linguistic Intelligence. Studies on the
      development of Linguistic Intelligence have been conducted
      predominantly by the following disciplines:
      - Neurolinguistics that led to the formulation of mental
      imaginative insights as the fundamental conception of the
      Linguistic Generative Intelligence model,
      - Social Cognitive Psychology that led to the formulation of
      mental evolutionary adaptation as a fundamental principle of
      the Linguistic Constructive Intelligence model;
      - Psychology of Communication that led to the formulation of
      continuous, dynamic and interactive relationship of the
      communication cycle as a fundamental axiom of the
      Communication Sciences.
      Linguistic Intelligence is determined by typical forms of
      thinking and reasoning, which adopt particular mental abilities
      and specific expressive competences with respect to other
      communication codes, such as the graphic-pictorial, the mimicgestural,
      the musical, etc.
      The structures, properties, and expressions of Linguistic
      Intelligence, that characterize the conception, construction and
      formalization of verbal or written communications between
      people, can be analysed on the basis of three different fields of
      studies:
      A) PSYCHOLINGUISTIC: study the psychological
      characteristics and rules of codification and decoding of
      language, in the psycho-cognitive-pragmatic field of study of
      linguistic communication). PsychoLinguistics is connoted by 4 models: Structuralist
      Cognitivism, Empirical Taxonomy, Generative
      Neurolinguistics, Linguistic Metacommunication;
      B) LINGUISTIC CREATIVITY: acts in the psycho-ideative
      field of study of linguistic communication.
      The Creativity is determined by the mental processes of
      Constructive Intelligence and
      Generative Intelligence.
      The mental processes that characterize Creativity are: the
      Global Perception, the
      Personalizing Insights, the Multifaceted Vision, the Cognitive
      Originality;
      C) LINGUISTIC METACOMMUNICATION: study the types
      and modes people use to express thoughts and concepts that go
      beyond, beyond, what the cognitive and affective contents mean
      at the level of language and communicative message in the
      psycho- emotional and socio-cultural field of study of linguistic
      communication.
      Linguistic Metacommunication is determined by mental
      symbols (cultural symbols and psychic symbols) that the person
      processes and expresses during communication.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • THE SIGNIFICANCE AND INTERPRETATIONS OF DIDACTIC COMMUNICATION IN AN
           ONLINE ENVIRONMENT

    • Authors: Liana CRISAN-TAUSAN
      Pages: 210 - 220
      Abstract: The educational process, as a communication relationship, involves the teacher-student interaction as well as the transmission of messages between them. The success of the pedagogical act is largely conditioned by the success of the communication act. The conduct of teaching activities in the past two years in which, globally, humanity has been facing the coronavirus pandemic, has undergone changes imposed by the need to replace or supplement the classic educational action of face-to-face teaching through online teaching activities. The problem we submit for analysis is the effectiveness of didactic communication carried out in the conditions of instructive-educational activities in the online environment, reflected in aspects such as: teacher-student interaction, feedback, and educational message. Following a semi-structured interview applied to groups of first- and second-year students, we devised the items of a questionnaire through which we aimed to identify the students’ perception of the effectiveness of didactic communication in the context of online instructive-educational activities. The aim of the investigation was to identify the extent to which the elements that ensure the premises of effective didactic communication are also found at the level of instructive-educational activities carried out in the online environment. The students' answers highlight their observation that, in the online teaching activities, the didactic communication between teachers and students takes place within certain limits: the nonverbal communication cannot be present or visible most of the time; the transmission of messages from teacher to student predominates to the detriment of teacher-student and student-student communication, interactions. The changes that occur in didactic communication within the context of teaching activities conducted online are natural consequences of the specificity of this manner of carrying out instructive-educational activities.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • DIFFERENCES IN THE ASSERTIVENESS LEVEL OF FIRST YEAR PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS
           FROM A ROMANIAN UNIVERSITY OF LIFE SCIENCES

    • Authors: Elena Mirela Samfira, Alina-Andreea
      Pages: 221 - 242
      Abstract: Higher education represents a stage when undergraduates are required to communicate in an assertive manner. By being assertive, they are able to cope with stress in their relationships with teachers, colleagues and administrative staff. Teacher assertiveness represents a desirable interpersonal skill having positive influence on both students and teachers. The objective of the current study was to examine assertiveness levels in university students enrolled in the teacher training program (N = 284) who completed the Rathus Assertiveness Schedule (RAS). Urban respondents reported higher levels of assertiveness than rural respondents did. Male respondents reported higher levels of assertiveness than female participants in the study. Pre-service teachers from the Faculty of Agriculture reported the highest level of assertiveness and pre-service teachers from the Faculty of Food Engineering reported the lowest level. From the perspective of distribution on study programs, respondents from Horticulture reported the highest levels of assertiveness, while respondents from Animal Husbandry reported the lowest levels. Implications of the identified distribution patterns are also discussed, as well as their impact on academic curricula.
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Igna Cornell PERCEPTION OF THE ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT FROM THE PERSPECTIVE
           OF STUDENTS' PERSONALITY TRAITS

    • Authors: Cornel Victor IGNA
      Pages: 243 - 253
      PubDate: 2022-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • ENHANCING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BIOLOGY
           USING MNEMONIC INTEGRATED INSTRUCTION

    • Authors: Izunna Shedrack NWUBA, Sussan Onyebuchi EGWU, Abigail Mgboyibo OSUAFOR
      Pages: 254 - 265
      Abstract: The study investigated the effect of Mnemonic Integrated Instruction on secondary school students academic achievement in Biology. The study was a quasi experimental research adopting a pretest posttest non randomized control group design.
      PubDate: 2022-05-05
      Issue No: Vol. 30, No. 1 (2022)
       
 
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