Students’ research projects
"I would rather see a school produce a happy street cleaner than a neurotic scholar."
Alexander Sutherland Neill (1883 - 1973), Scottish progressive educator
In the framework of the courses of the Program, groups of students undertake research projects, which investigate the educational reality in schools and the needs of modern education, in order to discover new approaches to the effective educative, pedagogical and administrative operation of schools. The topics of the projects refer to the use of new technologies in the teaching process (eg WebEx, Wikis, Moodle), the introduction of art in teaching, modern approaches in managing educational units, the introduction of entrepreneurship in schools through innovative educational approaches etc. Selected students’ research projects have been published in International or National Journals or have been presented in Scientific Conferences and have been published in their minutes.