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  Reading comprehension: threshold of reading and writing in children of primary education in Malaga
   Elena Jiménez Pérez, Juan de Dios Villanueva Roa

Andalucía usually go badly in the PIRLS and PISA reports on reading comprehension, therefore, know how and when our students begin to have contact with reading and writing is the indisputable starting point to warn what learning mechanisms are well structured from the start and what should be improved. All this information forms the seed knowledge readingwriting in our students. (Read more)

  Secundary Education in parallel: Uruguay-Spain
   Alberto Picón Martínez, Rufino González Fernández

This is part of a research accomplished in Secondary School Institutes from Galicia in order to compare to Public Education System in Uruguay. The outcomes may anticipate similar situations in other different contexts which are following their footsteps. During the research we have got evidence that faculty meetings as decision making authority of the institute have not succeed in solving the problem of student failure in compulsory secondary school. (Read more)

  Transmitting and educating: meanings, reviews and possibilities
   Elizabeth Bárbara Jesica Montenegro, Lucía María Condenanza

Transmission lies at the root not only of the school problem but also of the educational one, and in turn of life and social fabric as condition for cultural construction, enrollment and cultural identity. Based on this approach, the topic is dealt with taking the following questions as the starting point: What are the senses given to the concept of transmission in the pedagogical field? What other fields can contribute to the topic under discussion? What is the relationship between transmission and education? (Read more)

  Employability at the Spanish University
   Belén S. Lantarón

In the last century, the labor market has been changed both from a sociological, as from the economic and technological point of view. These changes have led to the disappearance of some types of employment and the emergence of others. In this context, concerns about the socio- labor integration of people is the ultimate goal of policy and education and open a debate on employability in which the university is not left outside. (Read more)

  Is there any place for using arts when teaching economics?
   Raúl de Arriba Bueno, María Vidagañ Murgui

The need to promote the development of skills that encourage reflection, critical thinking, imagination, etc. is fundamental to learning Economics. Therefore, the promotion of creativity can play a central role in the transformation of teaching practices at universities. The aim of this paper is to examine the opportunities of the use of arts as an educational tool for stimulating creativity when teaching Economics. (Read more)

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