Jun 27

BEACONING Consortium workshop in Bucharest

Posted by Tomasz Skupiński

Last week from Tuesday to Friday, BEACONING consortium partners took part in General Assembly meeting and workshop held by ATS in the city of Bucharest in Romania. For three days we discussed integration process of BEACONING platform and how will we enter piloting phase. Big thanks to all who attended for creative and…

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Jun 16

DEVELOPING STUDENTS’ SKILLS IN INTERDISCIPLINARY CONTEXT

Posted by Marius Preda

Technology is progressing. Science drives its development. New jobs appear every day on the labour market, some we haven’t even thought about. Many of today’s students will do these jobs. They probably won’t be trained for these jobs since they haven’t been invented yet. However they will learn somehow. „Nothing is more important…

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Jun 16

Nesesitatea utilizării plaformelor de e-Learning în procesul integrării copiilor cu nevoi speciale

Posted by Marius Preda

Programa de terapie educațională complexă și integrată, introdusă în procesul educațional-terapeutic în școlile pentru copii cu cerințe educative speciale începînd cu 1992, este organizată după o concepție modulară și este structurată în patru arii de dezvoltare: fizică, perceptivă, intelectuală, personală și socială. Cele cinci module, terapia cognitivă, terapia ocupațională și psihoterapia de expresie,…

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Jun 16

Inquiry-based Learning in Science Lessons

Posted by Marius Preda

It is a well known fact that science education is undergoing a decline in Europe and elsewhere. Research conducted recently shows that many of the students who graduate from high school today cannot understand what is happening in the world around them and this may affect their decisions as informed citizens. The purpose…

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Jun 12

Wordles word world – could word clouds aid gamified lesson design?

Posted by Theo Lim

Inference is a human ability that differentiates us as individuals. Sometimes we make inferences with  full conscious awareness, sometimes semi-consciously. Not all information or the inferential steps are processed by the brain. One thing is certain, while we perform inferences everyday, we fail to appreciate its ubiquitous nature, its pervasiveness influencing our cognition,…

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