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The presentation was devoted to the results of research into ways for students to undertake activities of self-education. The lack of proper place of self-education in the research provide the basis to move beyond the realm of speculative and undertake targeted research to draw conclusions on ways and means of self-development. These types of issues are particularly interesting from the perspective of modern electronic media (Internet, bank information) that offer virtually unlimited access to information and knowledge.
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This paper is based on phenomenological interviews with teachers who worked with underachieving students in South Africa, Russia, and the United States. It focuses on the analysis of meanings that teachers constructed while describing their relationship with underachieving students and how metaphors worked to construct such meanings. The researchers also used Buber's "I-Thou" concept as an interpretive lens to further understand the meanings of teacher-student relationships. The study concludes that the teacher-student relationship is one of the fundamental themes of the teaching experience and is common for teachers from different countries.
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Respect for a human being and perceiving an employee as a source of knowledge and not only a source of costs are the features of modern organization. Sharing knowledge and its popularizing are the key factors underlying competitive advantage of an organization. Possessing knowledge does not grant an efficient realization of the aforementioned processes. If so, why are the employees so reluctant to share this immaterial substance, which they do not loose by its exchange? Are they evaluated only for possessing knowledge or for sharing it as well? The article describes the results of a pilot study, carried out among the high school and university students, on the consciousness of the significance of sharing knowledge. The preliminary results indicate that the students who achieve the highest marks do not belong to the group of those who are the most eager to share their knowledge with others.
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In the article the author describes the literature study conducted in order to understand the concept of knowledge management and the structure of intellectual capital, which would allow to build a bridge between academic field of theory and practical application. The particular attention was paid to complex approach to the construction of intellectual capital, identifying its individual components and explaining rates and interactions among them. This paper broadens the understanding of the key role of intellectual capital as an important factor allowing for achieving competitive advantage and value creation.
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The answer to the problem of low level of Polish students' competences may be dissemination of the methods of teaching modeled on a course LATINA. This is a course for students, teachers and others who want to develop their educational skills on the World Wide Web. The course will provide a practical, hands-on introduction to a variety of web-based tools for teaching and learning. At the same time the author will relate the tools to relevant learning theories and to theories of historical, economic, organizational and socio-technical change.
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600 students (aged 16-years) of colleges of city of Lodz were surveyed about biotechnology. The students represent higher knowledge of modern biotechnology than average either in Poland or in European Union.
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The paper has been devoted to the issue of the influence of teachers - academic staff - on the proceeding and on the level of students' self-education. The process of directed teaching and the interactions between the teacher and the students have a direct influence on particular components of self-teaching. The study makes an attempt at answering the question about the range and types of the teachers' influence, which have a significance in self, consciously undertaken work on the development of one's own knowledge, individual skills, beliefs and character, in other words, in students' self-education.
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The access to the technical laboratories and direct previews of the tasks, which are being performed by students, are extremely important in distant teaching. The problem with remote teaching is the assurance of the interaction between the lecturer and the student. With this in mind, available e-learning systems are being designed for a student's independent work. By adding the synchronized e-learning to the LMS systems, the conditions similar to the real lectures held in the lecture theatre are being created. Although the lack of control and help for working student lowers the virtues of the synchronized e-learning. Supplying the possibility of the control and help for a student or the interaction between the lecturer and the student is possible to obtain by introducing the virtual mechanisms. The article is presenting the idea of introducing virtual laboratories to the synchronized teaching concept. The way of using virtual mechanisms for the supervision, control and help for not only the e-learning student but also the stationary ones who are using this technique, is being described. This mechanism featured in the article allows for a fully controlled student's work, on his 'personal' virtual machine, with the use of Internet and a Web Browser only.
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The paper focuses on Web 2.0. Its aim, however, is not providing an analysis of the very concept, but rather giving an overview of the possibilities of these technologies application in didactic and scientific work. The authors discuss also the range of the technologies implementation in diverse academic environments.
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The paper presents the results of research into relation between the lexemes 'mistrz' (master) and 'uczen' (apprentice or student). Some phrases (mój mistrz, mój uczen) and syntactic features suggest a kind of convertive relation. Both of the lexemes are - for example - a threeactant: 'ktos, czyjs, w jakiejs dziedzinie wiedzy (/sztuki) (someone, someone's, in a field of science (/art)). This feature is not sufficient to make a convertive relation. In Polish Language the 'mistrz-uczen' relation is a unilateral one. The relation depends on the apprentice who selects a master. The master confirms this only if 'uczen' (apprentice) is taught by the master and if the master is regarded by the apprentice as a skilled, knowledgeable person.
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The objective of the presented paper is the exploration of compulsive buying, which is on the contrary to previous research understood as a function of various personal goals, rather than a result of psychological tension. Behavioural research has paid only marginal attention to the goal-basis of the consumer behaviour. Research of consumers as goal-oriented individuals could contribute to understand the question about the impact of personal goals on the process of buying behaviour. The research suggests that external goals such as financial success or attractive appearance are positively correlated with compulsive buying. On the other hand, internal goals, based on self-acceptance or links to community have a negative impact on compulsive buying. The findings indicate the need of further research in compulsive buying and could contribute to revealing the motives in compulsive buying.
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The present study investigated the relationships among perceived teachers’ goals and students’ motivation, maladaptive behaviour and achievement in high school math. We proposed an indirect impact of perceptions of teachers’ goals in the class on students’ achievement through their personal achievement goals, their disruptive behaviour and cheating. The sample of participants was comprised of 437 Slovenian upper-secondary school students (176 boys and 261 girls) in their third grade. Results showed an adaptive pattern of perceived teachers’ mastery goals in the class and perceived teachers pressure on students’ math achievement that was mediated through students’ mastery goal orientation and their cheating.
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The paper asks in what ways students in Czech higher education cope with sexual harassment and what strategies they choose to deal with it. It builds on a qualitative study of a higher education institution in Prague. The study reveals that student’s narratives are organized on two planes between which there is a clear discrepancy: on the “hypothetical” plane external strategies of open resistance against sexual harassment predominate; on the second plane involving students’ narratives about dealing with real situations of harassment or deeper considerations of hypothetical cases of harassment, scepticism prevails toward these strategies. In this case internal strategies predominate, together with avoiding the harasser. Active resistance against harassment and challenge to the status quo through coping strategies for sexual harassment are limited by two types of “ideational” and “material”. On the ideational level students often downplay their experience, express fears of secondary victimization and being accused of making false accusations; these responses are tied to a severe power imbalance. The students report the lacking information about the issue and distrust in school management.
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The study offers a hermeneutic analysis of German-language media texts on topics regarding schools and students (German films and media contents published on websites of general interest, on news portals and in specialised online magazines, as well as on Internet portals specifically intended for teachers and teachers’ personal blogs). These media texts were examined in terms of representation of image of the main participants in the educational process - the teacher and the student, as well as the educational institution as a whole – school and/or university. The analysis indicates a change in the educational paradigm in (late) modern Germany, which leads to a change in the roles of participants in the educational process, as reflected in media texts of all genres and forms, including those published on the Internet. The modern teacher is assigned the role of a facilitator, consultant and moderator, who accompanies and guides the student, but not a leader who students follow, as it used to be earlier. A common set of topical issues in the field of education is discussed in relation to the German-speaking cinema and the Internet space. However, media form predominantly negative content with regard to teachers and school education; specialised magazines focused on a certain circle of readers (parents, teachers, etc.) mainly discuss the positive aspects of the learning process; teachers in their blogs discuss the current issues, sharing experiences and effective work practices with their students.
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Goal of this article was to identify which characteristics and work style a tutor (teacher, therapist and trainer) exhibits and how this influences outcomes of his/her work with clients (students, trainees). The authors focused on the experience and training of tutors, gender, style of work, the relationship between tutor and client, characteristics of tutor and nonverbal communication between tutor and client. This article also describes how tutor's behaviour influences client.
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