HUMAN EDUCATION TODAY FOR TOMORROW’S WORLD No. 17, NOVEMBER 2020
We live in these days when we are convinced, more than ever, that education (in all its forms) and research in this field is a field in perpetual motion, which attracts attention by improving the quality of life, so that each of let us be well enough prepared to participate in modern life.
The school of the present will be focused on a real preparation for performance (skills, intellectual and practical skills, abilities etc.), for the development of internal information processing mechanisms, so that people are not overwhelmed by the flow of information, but have the ultimate goal, development at community and individual level.
The interest enjoyed by all previous editions among our readers of today’s magazine Human Education for the World of Tomorrow, as well as the changes in the training of future teachers have led us to intervene every year from the perspective of these changes. To bring the element of novelty required by the evolution of Education Sciences.
Human Education Today for Tomorrow’s World journal can be useful because:
informs the reader about some novelty topics;
suggests the development of practical-applicative activities;
represents support material for some debates in didactic activities and not only;
ensures access to information in a stimulating and challenging manner;
encourages students and beginning teachers to research, to a teaching career, to reflection etc.
Due to the issues addressed, the interdisciplinary approach, the essential character of the presentation of each paper, the accessibility of scientific content, the journal was recommended as a bibliographic reference for students and trainees in the field of psycho-pedagogical training.
The publication of this edition of the Journal is not only a necessity but also a privilege for those interested in the spectacular evolution of Educational Sciences in recent years, as well as the concerns of those working in the field of instruction, education, psycho-pedagogical research, psychology, biology etc.
We thank all our collaborators, being aware that without their major contribution our efforts would be without results.
Oradea, 4th November 2020