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“The Little Prince” book as an environmental education tool

Image: pixabay “The little prince” is a contemporary fairy-tale, translated in 300 languages. It is the most translated book in the world. The author (Antoine de Saint-Exupery) wanted to show us modern ages problems. The author’s message can be interpreted in many different ways, depending on the reader. The...

Examining Teacher Candidates’ Self-Efficacy Perceptions About Being A Teacher and Their Attitudes Towards Computer Assisted Education

Purpose In our day when science and technology are developing very rapidly, occupational groups have been affected by these rapid developments and have sought to exploit the benefits of these developments. The teaching profession, one of the earliest professions in human history, has not become insensitive to these rapid...

Engage Students in Math with Exploding Dots

Image: shutterstock_520698799 Fiumicino airport – Passport control – Discussion with passport control officer Why do you want to be in Roma? I’m going to a project meeting. What kind of project are you talking about? It is a school/ Comenius project. There are four schools from different European countries...

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Is this child gifted?

Image: shutterstock_75642172 Dr Lianne Hoogeveen, developmental psychologist and director of the Radboud Center for the Study of Giftedness (CBO) of the Radboud University in the Netherlands, presented on the 3rd of July 2017 the latest research developments in gifted education, including that by ECHA (European Council for High Ability) to more...

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Math Teaching at Your Fingertips

Image: shutterstock_445203994 “If you present math the way it really is, this fantastic expression of human creativity and ingenuity, people do want to read that!” – Steven Strogatz, professor at Cornell University We all know how important it is that children experience mathematical activities across a range of contexts and locations...

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Elements of didactic innovation about cellular oxidative stress for health education (part 1)

Image: Brain, 6 December  2013, Glenda Stovall Abstract The mission of my didactic project is to develop an interdisciplinary modern educational path with Stem bioenglish activities (chemistry, biology, medicine, biophysic and ICT) during curricular hours for conscious students, about personal and general health. Two scientific high school classes with 19...

From coding to modeling

  Scratch is a free visual programming environment. It’s used by students, teachers, parents to create stories, animations, games (serious games and not only). In Scratch you can learn to code without giving up creativity, collaboration (there are over 20 million shared projects), thinkering. But is it possible construct...

Open contents in an Open society

Image: shutterstock_266968544 Copyright Gurza Introduction At present, with the increasing growing of the information and communication technologies in education due, among other things, to networks such as the Internet and the lower price and diversification of hardware devices, it is essential and necessary to develop educational contents in digital format....

Teaching STEM lessons with the objects and collections of Museums (1)

Image: Shutterstock/Alexandr III_jpeg Museums are established institutions, but they also exist in a changing world. How can we find relations between museums and STEM education? What are the dimensions of “museum education” as a discipline of pedagogy and how do innovative approaches in the teaching of modern science apply...