Many Roma parents have had a bad relationship with schools and that is why some Roma children drop out of school.

Referencias bibliográficas: Cracsner, C (2013): Algunas de las Implicaciones Psicosociológicas del Fracaso y la Abandono Escolar en una Comunidad de Etnia Roma. Tomo 78, 13 de mayo de 2013, [...]

Violetaromero no comments

Is interreligious dialogue beficial?

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES: Campdepadrós-Cullell, R.; Pulido-Rodríguez, M.Á.; Marauri, J.; Racionero-Plaza, S. (2021). Interreligious Dialogue Groups Enabling Human Agency. Religions, 12, 189. IMAGE: COMMENT: The interreligious dialogue has shown to provide links [...]

Ana Vidu no comments

Intelligence is a fixed characteristic over time that depends mainly on genetics

  IMAGE: COMMENT: I think this is false. Intelligence is something that varies over time and is highly dependent on the learning-directed interactions that a person participates in a [...]

Gontzal Uriarte 12 comments

Learning depends on the different ‘learning styles’ displayed by students

IMAGE: COMMENT: In this link we can read: “Learning styles have more influence on learning than we realize because they represent the internal experiences we have or the way [...]

Gontzal Uriarte 6 comments

The punishment is not educational, it is adult insecurity.

IMAGE: COMMENT: I am in favor of a positive discipline in which the adult teaches the child prosocial behaviors and the knowledge of emotions. However, when there is violent [...]

Gontzal Uriarte 12 comments

Desegregation by controlling enrollment is the best option to improve the education of immigrants and Roma segregated in ghettoized schools.

IMAGE: COMMENT: Context: In the Basque Country (North of Spain) there has recently been a popular legislative initiative to avoid the segregation of students with low socioeconomic status that [...]

Gontzal Uriarte 3 comments

Dialogic learning is a scientific approach compatible with very diverse methodologies

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES: (en castellano: IMAGE: Error happened. [...]

luisa 2 comments

Schools cannot overcome inequalities

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES: Edmonds, R. et al. (1973) A Black Response to Christopher Jenck´s Inequality and Certain Other Issues, Harvard Educational Review, 43(1), 76-91. Flecha, R., & Buslon, N. (2016). [...]

Elisabeth Torras 10 comments

Students benefit from grade repetition

IMAGE: COMMENT: Many teachers and parents think that repetition is a good measure for those students who have not reached the objectives of the course. They say that they [...]

Gontzal Uriarte 13 comments

Cognitive flexibility develops earlier than previously thought

IMAGE: COMMENT: Cognitive flexibility has been measured as a unique characteristic in adult brains. However, scientists have less tools to assess cognitive flexibility during early infancy. A recent study [...]

Andrea Khalfaoui no comments