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Coordinator: Dra. Ana Lucía Frega, Departamento Artes Musicales y sonoras, IUNA; Buenos Aires
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  Last Articles
  Transmitting and educating: meanings, reviews and possibilities
  12-09-2014
   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
  11-19-2014
   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?
  10-24-2014
   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)


  Victimization in Adolescence: Evaluation by gender, school and place of residence
  10-07-2014
   Félix Zurita Ortega, José María Vilches Aznar, Asunción Martínez Martínez, Virginia Viciana Garófano, Rosario Padial Ruz, Antonio José Pérez Cortes

This study aims to analyze and establish the rates of victimization and its possible relationship with sociodemographic variables in adolescents 13-16 years of Granada (Spain). The participation of a total of 2,273 adolescents allowed the registration and evaluation of the Victimization variables (scale of Victimization at School), Type of School (or Concerted Public/Private), Gender, Place of Residence and Age. (Read more)


  Educational practices of inclusive orientation to school failure. Case study
  09-24-2014
   José Mª Fernández Batanero

The European Union has opted for a society of knowledge in Europe and considers that the fight against school failure is one of its main priorities. Indeed, the number of school failure is one of the five fundamental educational objectives to meet face to 2020. Spain is one of the countries affected, as we overcome academic failure of the EU average. The aim of the study is to identify effective practices in education to address the issue of failure amongst pupils in secondary schools. (Read more)


  Analysis and interpretation of models of citizenship, identities and participation in state legislation on education for citizenship and human rights in primary education
  09-22-2014
   Erika González García

The exercise of citizenship is one of the fundamental indicators denoting the quality of our democracies. At present, the great majority of citizens do not hesitate to accept that democracy is the best political form of organization. But even though democratic political models prevail, certain formative lacks remain. This is one of the reasons why the subject of Education for Citizenship was implemented in the Spanish curriculum. (Read more)


  Inclusion Based Learning Research (RBL) as pedagogical practice in the design of graduate programs in Ecuador. Preparation of a proposal
  09-18-2014
   Mónica Peñaherrera León, Katherine Chiluiza García, Ana Mª Ortiz Colón

The proposal presented on designing courses for graduate programs has an axis of strong research training and every component of this proposal has been designed considering the strategy of Research-Based Learning (ABI), so that at the end of the student a graduate program, it possesses the skills to investigate and be able to solve new situations in their area of expertise and beyond. (Read more)


  Last Abstracts & Papers
  Discussion and proposal of use of qualitative tools of data collection for the analysis of violent behavior in the penitentiary environment from a multidisciplinary perspective
  12-21-2011
   Meriem Khaled

This Masterʼs Thesis addresses the tools definition to collect and analyze the relevant information to research in prisons, from a cross-sector point of view, aimed to prevent and predict violent behavior in prisonʼs environment. Taking as starting point several qualitative methods, we discuss the suitability of them and we propose using biographical narrative method as the proper one for capturing relevant information about prison organization, inmates and professionals working in that context. (Read more)


  Training for volunteers at the University of Granada
  11-01-2011
   Albina Khasanzyanova

The present work should be treated as a "progress report" prior to the comparative study that the author has been developing in her master's degree program about the training for university students volunteers in various countries in Europe. The present report describes the case of the University of Granada, including in this overview of the history of Granada institution, foundations and frames that will generate, in the subsequent thesis, the relevant comparative analysis. (Read more)


  Last Reviews
  La educación de los jóvenes. Una tarea social compartida (Reflexiones en voz alta de un educador en lo extremo)
  03-14-2010
   Emilio Calatayud

It's becoming increasingly frequent hearing assertions such as "don't touch me or I'll sue you", "don't look me in the eyes", "don't go through my drawers", "don't read my mail", "don't listen to my conversations", "don't touch my hard drive", "because I'll sue you". And many parents live under the menace of "or I'll sue you" (page 65), and after these statements we may ask: Do parents have to confront this kind of situations nowadays?... (Read more)


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