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literature review of the social disadvantages linked to the educational outcome of Roma. They reflect upon lifelong learning as a significant educational paradigm in the European Union, noting the impact of the Decade of Roma Inclusion (2005–2015) and the

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to geography, history or literature. Pupils must be urged to complete their musical experience with reading, listening or watching films for new information according to their individual tastes. Literature, history – including the history of religion

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description of the setting with CoPs and learning organisations, an overview of the research methods follow. Finally, the emerging themes and results are discussed in detail and a conclusion is presented. Theoretical background The literature review is divided

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policy – put faith in education for democracy and so-called active citizenship and are in line with international trends. This is especially true if we look at the professional pedagogical literature, in which such statements are characteristic

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on the basis of the study of existing competence profiles, job descriptions, educational programmes, academic literature, and European wide studies on competences of educational staff. In the competence modelling stage, the project developed a

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the so-called open model, where the areas of listening to music with the elaboration of music literature became the only compulsory activity, while singing, playing, music literacy, and creativity gained a secondary role. The second group of activities

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. ( 2015 ). The Importance of four skills reading, speaking, writing, listening in a lesson hour . European Journal of Language and Literature Studies , 1 ( 1 ), 29 – 31 . 10.26417/ejls.v1i1.p29-31 Schmid , H. J. ( 2003 ). Collocations: Hard to pin

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, physical barriers, language barriers, migration, etc.). Students work on their chosen topic for the case report against the background of their field notes and autonomously search and review proper theoretical literature. In doing so, the story of the child

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a limited attention in the econometric literature. In order to get comparable data across all four countries, we included all public institutions and excluded private sector. By public institutions, we mean higher education institutions, academies of

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Introduction The literature on private supplementary tutoring – widely known as shadow education because much of its content mimics that provided in mainstream schools – identifies three main categories of suppliers (e.g. Aurini, Davies, & Dierkes

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