TEACHER EVALUATION: BETWEEN POSSIBILITY AND REALITY, Roxana Maria GHIAŢĂU

Abstract More and more countries show an increased interest in establishing teacher evaluation systems as an integral part of educational policies. Beyond the realistic preoccupation of judging the merits of educators, there remain several questions about the effective achievement of this process. The objectives of the present study are theoretical, namely the investigation of the […]

A PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON THE BIDIRECTIONAL ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PARENTING STYLES AND SELF-REGULATION AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, Dennis RELOJO, Agnes SANTOS, Amelita BORLONGAN

Abstract The objective of this study is to identify the bidirectional relationship between parenting style and self-regulation among Filipino university studens. The relationship was assessed using the Scale of Parenting Style and Self-Regulation Questionnaire. Statistical results showed that many of the freshmen (48%) and senior (44%) university students have a negligent style for self regulation. […]

VALIDATION OF THE ROMANIAN VERSION OF EMOTIONAL REGULATION DURING TEST-TAKING SCALE ADAPTED TO THE CONTEXT OF EDUCATIONAL COMPETITIONS, Roxana HOLIC

Abstract The aim of our study was to translate and adapt the Emotion Regulation during Test-Taking Scale for the supposed context of educational competitions attended by high school students. We focused on some analyses necessary for its validation for the Romanian population. After translating and adapting the scale we used exploratory and confirmatory factorial analyses, […]

RELIABILITY OF LOGISTICS PERFORMANCE INDEX, Satyendra Nath CHAKRABARTTY

Abstract Basic data on six components of Logistics Performance Index (LPI) were obtained from the survey using six Likert items. The scale can be regarded as a Likert scale consisting of six items where each component was rated by respondents on a scale of 1–5. LPI Reports use a single item to measure a complex […]

SONGS FOR TEACHING PRONUNCIATION: A GUIDING MODEL, Adelina CASTELO

Abstract Songs have been used as an excellent tool for teaching a second language; however, their advantages as a means to teach pronunciation could be explored in a more frequent and consistent way. In this study a guiding model for teachers that are designing didactic materials to develop the phonetic-phonological component through songs is proposed. […]

Vol. 22, No. 1/ 2018 – Journal of Innovation in Psychology, Education and Didactics

SONGS FOR TEACHING PRONUNCIATION: A GUIDING MODEL, Adelina CASTELO RELIABILITY OF LOGISTICS PERFORMANCE INDEX, Satyendra Nath CHAKRABARTTY VALIDATION OF THE ROMANIAN VERSION OF EMOTIONAL REGULATION DURING TEST-TAKING SCALE ADAPTED TO THE CONTEXT OF EDUCATIONAL COMPETITIONS, Roxana HOLIC A PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON THE BIDIRECTIONAL ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PARENTING STYLES AND SELF-REGULATION AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, Dennis RELOJO, Agnes […]