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Vol 7 No 1 (2020): Selected Papers of 12th World Conference on Educational Sciences (WCES-2020)

Published: 2020-07-02

Designing an archaeology centre for students

Deniz Hasırcı, Silvia Rolla, Zeynep Edes, Selin Anal


The effect of open inquiry learning on gifted students’ conceptual understanding

Nilgun Avci Engudar, Ayberk Bostan Sarioğlan, Gamze Dolu


Foreign language learning anxiety in adults and their coping strategies

Nino Samnidze, Medea Diasamidze, Tatia Nakashidze-Makharadze, Marine Gurgenidze, Nana Makaradze


Pedagogical practices based on areas of knowledge: Reflections on the technology use

Monica Cristina Garbin, Edison Trombeta de Oliveira, Nadia Rubio Pirillo, Simone Telles


Investigating students’ conceptions about the characteristics of the effective teacher

Κaterina Kasimatis, Andreas Moutsios-Rentzos, Anna Stasinoulia, Theodora Papageorgiou


Effective mathematics teaching in tertiary technological education: The case of ASPETE

Katerina Kasimatis, Andreas Moutsios-Rentzos, Nikolaos Matzakos, Varvara Rozou, Dionisios Kouloumpis


Motivation for academic work of student – future physical education teachers

Orce Mitevski, Biljana Mitevska Popeska, Katerina Mitevska Petrusheva


Mental synthesis and creative thinking in typically developed Italian

Elisabetta Sagone, Maria Elvira De Caroli, Rossella Falanga, Maria Luisa Indiana


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