TITLE

THE UNIVERSITY - AN ORGANIZATION THAT FACILITATES LEARNING AND CONTINUOUSLY TRANSFORMS ITSELF

AUTHOR(S)
PALOS, Ramona; MUNTEANU, Anca
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Annals of DAAAM & Proceedings;Jan2009, p1757
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The University is an organization which, on the one hand, facilitates learning for all its members, by continuously transforming itself and, on the other hand, "produces" learning for those involved in the initial and continuous formation. The purpose of this research: determining the degree in which teachers promote and assert continuous learning. Objectives: identifying the thinking and learning styles preferred by these for teaching activities; identifying the impact these variables exert upon the promotion of an organizational teaching culture. Sample: 120 teachers. Tests: learning style, thinking style, teaching style for successful intelligence questionnaire. Applied value: improving students' teaching and evaluation activities.
ACCESSION #
47081372

 

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