BULLETIN OF THE TRANSILVANIA UNIVERSITY OF BRASOV  VOL.10 (59) SPECIAL ISSUE No.2 - 2017

SERIES VII - PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE “Contemporary Perspectives in Psychology, Education and Teacher Training” October 12–15, 2017, BRAªOV, ROMANIA

ISSN 2344–200X (Print)

 

Formella, Z.: The Psycho-pedagogy of Scouting: A Proposal for Self-realization and Socialization in the Light of

      Integral Education ..............................................................................................................................................................................................

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Nicolini, P., Formiconi, C. D. Regolo, D.: The Orientation Process for Graduates with Disabilities: A Pilot Project .............................

17

Presutti, F.: Development and Evaluation of Intelligence and Creativity through the “Hidden Figures” and

      “Creative Figures” Test .....................................................................................................................................................................................

27

Rioux, L.: Education, Environmental Action and Pro-environmental Behaviour. Collection of Used Batteries by Secondary

      School Pupils ......................................................................................................................................................................................................

41

Bajko, A.-S., Bazgan, M.: The Importance of Early Diagnosis and Intervention for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders .........

49

Cazan, A.-M., Iacob, C.: Academic Dishonesty, Personality Traits and Academic Adjustment ................................................................

59

Dumitru, M., Moroianu, M.: Current Evaluation Tendencies in Primary Education ......................................................................................

67

Vasile-Frumos, F., Iurciuc, I.: Metacognitive Monitoring Accuracy and Math Competences in Primary School .....................................

77

Frunza, V.: Ways to Adjust the Feed-back in the Training Activity ...................................................................................................................

87

Grama, B.G., Botone, D.N.: Predictors of Affective Commitment in Romanian Educational Organizations ..........................................

93

Lupu, N.: The Play and its Role in the Recovery of Students with Special Needs ......................................................................................

103

Nechifor, A., Purcaru, M. A. P.: Differentiated Instruction with Mathematics and English Language Teaching Methodology

      Seminars: Didactic Game and Individual Work ...........................................................................................................................................

113

Pastor, B.-L., David, L. T.: Relationship between Creativity, Intelligence and Academic Achievement amongst

      Primary Education Students ............................................................................................................................................................................

123

Purcaru, M. A. P., Nechifor, A.: Differentiated Instruction: Interactive Methods with Mathematics and English Language Teaching

      Methodology Seminars. A Comparative Analysis .......................................................................................................................................

133

Tata, A., David, L. T.: Clinical and Sociodemographic Characteristics in Patients with Diabetes and the Relation with their

      Perceived Quality of Life ................................................................................................................................................

143

Indreica, E.-S., Truța, C.: The Log as a Tool for Stimulating Learning Motivation .....................................................................................

149

Mindru, M. A., Nastasa, L. E.: The Relation between Emotional Intelligence, Sexual Identity and Sexual Orientation .......................

155

Popa, D., Porumbu, D.: Bibliotherapy in Clinical Context: An Umbrella Review .........................................................................................

165

Bota, O. A.: Teaching Style – Conservative and Current Significations in CORD Vision ...........................................................................

175

Belean, R. D., Nastasa, L. E.: The Relationship between Parental Style, Parental Competence and Emotional Intelligence .........

181

Cocorada, E., Orzea, I.: Relationships between Wellbeing, Resilience and School Climate ..................................................................

191

Savescu, I. C., Boaca, V.: An Analysis of the Relationship between the Motivational Aspects Regarding the Integration in

      Higher Education and School Results of High-School Students Coming from the Rural Area .........................................................

201

Clinciu, A. I.: Self-esteem and Negative Emotionality in Adolescence Context. A Pilot Study ..................................................................

207

Micu, M.: A Spiral Journey: the Quest for Profound Learning ...........................................................................................................................

215

Tulbure, C., Gavrila, C.: An Analysis of the Motivational Aspects Regarding the Integration in Higher Education of the Students

      from the Rural Area ...........................................................................................................................................................................................

225

Grigore, A.-N., Bazgan, M.: Effects of Assisted Animal Therapy on the Development of Socio-emotional Abilities of Children with

      Autism ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Orzea, I., Cocorada, E.: School Size and Location and their Relationships with Climate and Students’ Performances ....................

239
   

Authors Index ............................................................................................................................................................................................................

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