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Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers - Volumen 1

  Articles

  Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers, Vol. 1 - EDITORIAL
  12-30-2010
   M.J. Gallego y J. Gijón

La revista Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers JETT, fundada en 2010, es una publicación científica que nace asociada al Máster Erasmus Mundus MUNDUSFOR (www.ugr.es/ ~mundusfor/), cuya trayectoria se remonta a 2004, cuando comienzan los contactos entre los representantes de distintas universidades con vistas a su participación en el proyecto de Máster Erasmus Mundus. (Read more)





  Aspectos metodológicos en la enseñanza “on line” de lenguas extranjeras con un aula virtual
  12-30-2010
   Marc Perdrix Forts, Juan de Dios Villanueva Roa

Lately foreign languages teaching have been developing new teaching allies in order to overcome shortcomings: they are the new technologies of information and communication or ICT. However, the challenges of ICT demand from teachers a real instruction both about the instrumental features of these technologies and in their educational possibilities. (Read more)





  Virtual Learning Environments In Faculties Of Education In Spain: Changes On Student Attitude
  12-30-2010
   María Jesús Gallego Arrufat, Angel García-Beltrán

This paper presents some results of a R+D project entitled “e-Learning system for Practical Training of University students in Education Faculties (ForELearn)”, developed in Spain by the Universidad de Granada and the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and funded by the Spanish Ministry of Education. (Read more)





  Guidelines for an educational agreement policy in Spain
  12-30-2010
   Manuel Fernández Cruz

The increase of the social concern for educative results with international comparison of the National Educational Systems performance has had an effect of the mediate diffusion of PISA reports among OCDE country members. In some of them, the poor global results obtained has shocked the public opinion that has started to look for political responsibilities of what is perceived as a progressive deterioration of the Educational System quality. (Read more)





  Rethinking about the values transmission in textbooks for children by means of illustrations
  12-30-2010
   José Gijón Puerta, Estrella Fages

The Spanish society has changed deeply during the last decades, and these changes have its reflection in all the social aspects. Textbooks and infantile books are not an exception, and the values that are transmitted by them are extremely important for the integral formation of children and young people. In this respect, illustration has a fundamental role in the creation and modification of social stereotypes, and this must be born in mind at the moment of selecting school texts and complementary readings by teachers. (Read more)





  Deep Education
  12-30-2010
   Francois Victor Tochon

This theoretical essay is to clarify what could be a deeper approach to education and its characteristics. The deep approach is a broad phenomenon that encompasses several domains. It manifest a turning point in the way we reflect on a variety of disciplines such as ecology, economy, engineering, mathematics, cross-cultural communication, psychology, and languages. The trend is influenced by semiotics - the science of meaningful signs - as an overarching discipline, process philosophy and complexity theory to address ontological dualism. (Read more)





  Abstracts & Papers

  Comparative Analysis of Special Education Teacher Training in France and Norway: How effective, areas taught and recommendation for improvement.
  12-30-2010
   Pei Wen Chong

This study aims to understand the quality and areas of training in the existing special education teacher education programme in France and Norway by examining how special education teachers are prepared in carrying out four components of administrative, teaching, student evaluation and inclusive tasks in everyday classroom. (Read more)





  Implementation of Web 2.0 Technological Tools in Vocational Education and Training
  12-30-2010
   Rafael Luis Campaña Jiménez, María Jesús Gallego Arrufat

In today's information and knowledge society, information and knowledge technologies (IKT) reach all sectors of society. Their use in business activities has greatly expanded, with most company administrative processes now performed using technological tools. This makes it necessary to acquire new vocational skills (information literacy, decision-making, problem-solving and learning to learn, for example) and methods of working (collaborative and team work). (Read more)





  'Erasmus Mundus Masters Graduated Students' Follow-up: Formative and complementary itineraries and job prostpect.
  12-20-2009
   Manuel Fernández Cruz, José Gijon Puerta

In 2004 the EU began the challenging Erasmus Mundus Programme which consists of selecting high quality professional interuniversity and international master students in Europe. Sixteen of those masters already count with graduated students.
  
  Even though this is a well-known and appealing programme for non-European students European youth are not very familiar with it yet. An aim of the University should be the possibility to offer to their students the best option to achieve a successful professional insertion.
  
  Just as this moment we can deal with the study in depth of several aspects of these Masters, such as graduated professional insertion degree, quality of that insertion and guidance elements of Masters, and finally, the Universities that offer them.
  
  In order to develop a research for analyzing 54 Masters Erasmus Mundus, including 26 involved Universities and the present total amount of 160 graduated students, different sorts of instruments will be used.
  
  The research will use a comprehensive, illustrative, exploratory and descriptive methodology. (Read more)





  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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