DEMOTIVATION-TRIGGERING FACTORS IN LEARNING AND USING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE – AN EMPIRICAL STUDY, Elena BONTA

Abstract The study concentrates on the multiple factors that make learners face the risks of becoming amotivated, demotivated, experimenting resistance to language learning (Trang & Baldauf Jr. 2007), resenting and even refusing to learn a foreign language. Our research revealed that both internal/learner-related factors and external demotivating factors may hinder the process of learning a […]

DETERMINANTS OF THE UNETHICAL ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN HIGHER EDUCATION, Alexandra Georgiana POENARU

Abstract The problems related to information technology are present across various domains, including the educational one. The accelerated development of information technology has inevitably led to the adaptation of the educational system to the demands of the knowledge society. In nowadays society, the use of information technology by students can be both an oportunity and […]

THE PROCESS OF IMPLEMENTING CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION TRAINING IN SCHOOLS: A REVIEW OF CURRENT RESEARCH, Rico DUMCKE, Claas WEGNER, Bernd W. BÖTTIGERb, Luisa KUCKNAT, Niels RAHE-MEYER

Abstract Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) education in European schools is recommended to increase the low or moderate rate of non-professional bystander CPR. The analysis of research focusing on success and problems with CPR education in schools is therefore useful for a broader realization. The aim of this review is to discuss quantitative and qualitative studies with […]

TRADITIONAL AND MODERN TEACHING METHODS IN MATHEMATICS, Roxana ARDELEANU

Abstract It is well known the difficulty of teaching and learning Mathematics in Schools. But, over the last years, teacher’s teaching style has changed significantly. The traditional way that mathematics was delivered (through memorization and repeating techniques) is replace by modern way (applied way) of teaching and learning Mathematics. The aim of this paper is […]

Vol. 23, No. 2/ 2019 – Journal of Innovation in Psychology, Education and Didactics

TRADITIONAL AND MODERN TEACHING METHODS IN MATHEMATICS, Roxana ARDELEANU THE PROCESS OF IMPLEMENTING CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION TRAINING IN SCHOOLS:A REVIEW OF CURRENT RESEARCH, Rico DUMCKE, Claas WEGNER, Bernd W. BÖTTIGER, Luisa KUCKNAT, Niels RAHE-MEYER DETERMINANTS OF THE UNETHICAL ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN HIGHER EDUCATION, Alexandra Georgiana POENARU DEMOTIVATION-TRIGGERING FACTORS IN LEARNING AND […]