ERD 2021 - Conference program

ERD 2022 is held online on June 24-25, 2022

Education, Reflection, Development Conference Program (June 25 - 2021)

Online conference

Join video - From 09:00 to 11:00
09:00 Conference opening
09:15 Using a Comparative Lens in Studying Teacher Education: Reflections on Research Approaches and Instructional Practice.
    PhD Florin Salajan, North Dakota State University (SUA)
10:00 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in the era of Gig Economy.
    PhD. Stefan Popenici, Charles Darwin University (Australia)
11:00 Communications by sections (as following)

Section 1: Early Childhood Education trends and expertise

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Moderators:
Phd Janet Georgeson, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
Phd Verity Campbell-Barr, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
Phd Cristina Catalano, Babeș-Bolyai University
Phd Ruth Dekel, former Levinsky College of Education, Israel
Phd Alexandra Oltean, Babeș-Bolyai University


  1. Janet Georgeson, Verity Campbell-Barr. Child-Centred Competences for Early Childhood, Education and Care
  2. Miriam R. Miller Itay, Maria N. Turliuc. When will grandma come back? Healing from trauma preschoolers and their parents
  3. Michal Pilgaard, Lillian Buus. Designing for learning on a distance – online collaboration through a Learning design process
  4. Concepción Sánchez-Blanco. The power of stories for child-centred practices in early childhood teacher education
  5. Fiona Kelleher, Kathleen Tuite. Introduction to the National Curriculum framework, Aistear focusing on child centred practices within the Irish context
  6. Horatiu Catalano, Cristina Catalano. Using digital storytelling in Early Childhood Education to promote child centredness
  7. Katarina Bogatic, Adrijana Višnjić Jevtić. Exploring child-centredness with Croatian early childhood teachers: Where do I fit in?
  8. Sofia Ben Yair, Olga Chiș. Who will teach me math? Promoting mathematics teaching in kindergarten through of training the preschool paraeducators
  9. Dina Ben Yaish Tahal, Olga Chiș. Measure with pleasure: A framework for teaching length measurement in Early Childhood Education
  10. Adela Simina Câmpan, Musata Bocos. The role of stories, exercise games and role-playing games in the optimal integration of preschoolers in the mixed group
  11. Diana Adela Redes, Alina Felicia Roman. The wellbeing perception of teachers and the impact on learning process of preschoolers
  12. Diana Mariana Boeriu, Cristian Stan. The educational environment in kindergarten – between truth and challenge
  13. Ana Doina Nădășan-Cîmpian. Study – Teachers’ attitude towards the inclusion of children with disabilities in Kindergarten
  14. Luciana Truță, Olga Chiș. Collectiv reflection-perspective of the management of teaching activities in Kindergarten
  15. Maria Claudia Cuc, Gabriela Raluca Mestic . Influence of new technologies on kindergarten teaching in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

Section 2: Digital Education

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Moderators:
Phd Cătălin Glava, Babeș-Bolyai University
Phd Yehudit Od Cohen, Ohalo College (Israel)
Phd Daniel Andronache, Babeș-Bolyai University


  1. Barbara Shapir, Alina S. Rusu. Zoom In & Zoom Out! Can Authentic Dialogue Actually Occur in Remote Teaching?
  2. Cătălin Glava. Academic assessment in online environment
  3. Silvia Alexandrina Jucan, Cristian Stan . Online Educational Activities for Children With Intellectual Disabilities
  4. Horațiu Catalano, Dochia Ioana. Betwixt and between online and onsite learning. New born and restated pathologies under the Cyber effect
  5. Michal Hershkoviz Michaeli, Vasile Chis. Teaching–Learning strategies created by children in dance tutorial videos on the media
  6. Mădălina Cristea, Moshe Facler, Lavinia Șuteu, Liliana Ciascai, Ioana Magdaș. Pre-university teachers’ digital competence and wellbeing: An Israeli and Romanian comparative study
  7. Dana Opre, Camelia Șerban, Andreea Vescan. Facilitating students’active learning process and performance with technology enhanced learning strategies
  8. Oana-Ramona Ilovan, Maria Eliza Dulamă, Bianca Sorina Răcăşan, Viorel Gligor, István Egresi, Sanda Vereş, Florentina Draghici, Paula-Maria Buda, George Mihai Rus. Online teaching for Geography at University. Some solutions for the challenge
  9. Maria Eliza Dulamă, Oana-Ramona Ilovan, Bogdan Păcurar, Cristian Nicolae Boţan, Ana-Simona Ilie, Hadrian Vasile Conţiu, Andreea Conţiu, George Mihai Rus. Making online learning efficient. Proposals for University Geography
  10. Dana Conkan. Differentiated instruction and digital tools. Notes on teacher trainings
  11. Marius Bănuț, Ion Albulescu. Computer Science Education, Zone of Proximal Development for Primary School Pupils
  12. Nadia Barkoczi. The impact of New Technologies diffusion on open educational practices
  13. Catalano Constantina. The use of Social-Media in online learning and teaching
  14. Anca Simion. Children’s emotional health in the context of E-Learning. Parents’ and Teachers’ perspective
  15. Bianca Sorina Răcăşan, István Egresi, George Gaman, Oana-Ramona Ilovan, Maria Eliza Dulamă. Students' perception on the effectiveness of online education in Romania during the Covid-19 pandemic
  16. Olga Chiș, Maria Claudia Cuc . Organizing teaching activities through capitalizing educational resources in the online
  17. Maria Claudia Cuc. Strategies for organizing and conducting teaching through technology and the Internet in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic
  18. Giorgio Poletti. Technology from Medium to a Didactic Learning "Instrument"

Section 3: Didactic approaches in the contemporary school

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Moderators:
Phd Cristian Stan, Babeș-Bolyai University
Phd Adina Glava, Babeș-Bolyai University
Phd Einat Bracha, Levinsky College of Education (Israel)


  1. Vered Alboher Agmon. The relevance of relational reasoning ability to in-service Biology teachers' knowledge
  2. Adina Glava. The learning outcomes approach in the development of higher education programmes
  3. Ioana Mudure-Iacob. From emojis to storytelling - Enhancing communicative ESP Language Learning through collaborative and task-based approaches
  4. Cosmina Florina Soldea, Cristina Florina Pop, Liliana Ciascai, Dorin Opris. The use of the portfolio in laying the scientific, tehnological and engineering groundwork in preschool and primary education
  5. Tal Kazarnovski. Open the heart - The importance of social emotional learning (SEL) to the initiation teacher training program in Israel
  6. Monica Levy. SOCITS as a predictor for pre-service EFL teachers’ choices to pursue a career in teaching
  7. Raul V. Lupas, Domnica S. Petrovai, Ruxandra Mercea, Alina S. Rusu. Trust in interpersonal relations in pre-university teachers in Romania: Theoretical bases of a WEllbeing group intervention program
  8. Ion Albulescu, Denisa Manea, Cristian Stan. Non-formal education in support of the development and harmonization of the child's personality
  9. Cristina Ispas. Pedagogical causes of school failure
  10. Avi Ohayon, Ion Albulescu. Teachers’ collaborative learning and students’ achievements
  11. Dana Jucan. Organizing the pedagogical practice of the final year students in a pandemic context
  12. Moisa Turcu Adrian Antonel, Emilia Florina Grosu, Vlad Toma, Vlad Teodor Grosu, Mircea Nicolae Ordean, Radu Rozsnyai. Interdisciplinary strategies in order to optimize the results of contact sports
  13. Lavinia Maria Ichim. Student-centered Curriculum. Pedagogical training of the student
  14. Mircea Nicolae Ordean, Emilia Florina Grosu, Vlad Teodor Grosu, Bianca Ioana Pop. Correction of kyphotic attitudes Through microcontroller and android application
  15. Cristina Lumei, Emanuel Sebastian Turda. Optimizing the instructive-educational process by using the theory of multiple intelligences at the third grade
  16. Alexandra Oltean. Starting high school during COVID-19 pandemic – Exploring students’ opinions
  17. Beatrice Balgiu. Teachers’ self-efficacy as a mediator between job satisfaction and flourishing
  18. Magda Elena Samoilă. Emerging adults in higher education. Improving the transition to education through this formative stage of life
  19. Mihaela Gabriela Cosma Oneț. Experiencing heritage through outdoor learning from the french and romanian Students’ perspective: An ERASMUS+ study approach
  20. Cristina Florina Pop, Cosmina Florina Soldea, Liliana Ciascai. The Scientific, Technological and Engineering Education. An integrated learning pattern
  21. Maria Claudia Cuc. Strategies for developing students' communication skills from the perspective of alternative pedagogies
  22. Teodor-Dumitru Vălcan. From Diofantian Equations to matricial equations (II) – Generalizations of the Pythagorean equation
  23. Carmen David, Adrian Roșan, Ana Eligia Moldovanu. The structure of the phonological awareness construct. A qualitative review of factor-analytic studies.

Section 4: Challenges for 21st century education. Educational developments and the COVID-19 pandemic

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Moderators:
Phd Mușata Bocoș, Babeș-Bolyai University
Phd Miri Shacham, ORT Braude College (Israel)
Phd Delia Muste, Babeș-Bolyai University


  1. Raluca Pop, Dacian Dorin Dolean. How does school absenteeism affect Roma children’s literacy skills?
  2. Avinoam Yomtovian, Ticu Constantin. Emotional culture in educational organizations in Israel
  3. Ciprian Ceobanu, Rakefet Weidberg. Measuring the relationship between parents and homeroom teacher in special education in Israel: developing a questionnaire
  4. Shay Efrat. The development of moral attitudes through Holocaust learning program
  5. Avinoam Yomtovian, Ticu Constantin. Psychometric characteristics of organizational climate ineducational organizations in Israel
  6. Delia Muste. Advantages and disadvantages of online teaching perceived by students from pre-service teaching programs
  7. Janette Saied, Alina S. Rusu. A theoretical overview of the practicum programs for special education pre-service teachers in Israel
  8. Gianina Prodan, Lavinia Nitulescu. The beginning teacher in Romania - between professionalization and digitization. Study on the COVID 19 pandemic effects on the professionalization of primary school teachers
  9. Adela Redeș, Musata Bocoș. Innovative Curricular Practices In Developing „Learning to Learn” competence on students
  10. Maria Claudia Cuc, Alexandra Oltean. Optimizing inclusive education in the context of COVID 19 pandemic
  11. Ketko-Ayali Keren, Bocoş Muşata. Developing a questionnaire for active Citizenship and activist pedagogy
  12. Odelia Chen, Doina Balahur. Generations and the nursing profession during COVID-19 epidemic
  13. Dana Jucan, Delia Muste. Communication skills needed in the teaching process. A theoretical model
  14. Alina Boja. The Role of school-family partnership in developing childrens’ interest for reading
  15. Denisa Ramona Chasciar. Strategies to stimulate access to culture for students from rural environment
  16. Emanuele Isidori, Mario de Martino, Irina Leonova, Natalia Poplavskaya, Iosif Sandor. Defining the map of philosophy of education and its functions in the age of infosphere by text analysis
  17. Emanuele Isidori, Alessandra Fazio, Angela Magnanini, Antonio Sánchez-Pato, Mario de Martino, Iosif Sandor. The educational counseling for disabled student-athletes and the Rogersian perspective: a case study
  18. Cristina Ispas, Alina Dana Vișan, Alina Cristina Constantin, Gabriela Lungu. The management of discipline problems in the classroom during the COVID 19 pandemic
  19. Lavinia Nițulescu, Gianina Clavac-Prodan, Liliana Hama. Study on the teaching staff’s perception in the pre-academic education on the quality of education
  20. Lavinia Muresan, Cristian Stan. Teachers' perception of Bullying and Cyberbullying in the Cluj County school environment
  21. Domnita Florina Fetti-Mora. The teacher’s role as a “mentor of emotional resilience” for the pupils in the primary school
  22. Emilia Bidică. Diversity school’s pragmatism from the perspective of special educational need
  23. Maria Claudia Cuc. Socio-emotional development of schoolchildren in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

Note that: the recommended time for each communication is 10 minutes for presentation + 5 minutes for discussions.
    it is recommended for the presentation to be accompanied by a digital support, like power-point.