Dezvoltarea personală la elevii din ciclul gimnazial și liceal

Show simple item record POPESCU, Maria COJOCARU, Irina 2022-03-21T10:29:16Z 2022-03-21T10:29:16Z 2021
dc.identifier.citation POPESCU, Maria, COJOCARU, Irina. Dezvoltarea personală la elevii din ciclul gimnazial și liceal. În: Dezvoltarea personală și integrarea socială a actorilor educaționali : Materialele Conferinței Ştiințifice cu participare internațională, 12 noiembrie 2021. Chișinău : [S. n.], 2021, pp. 27-33. ISBN 978-9975-46-570-0. en_US
dc.identifier.isbn 978-9975-46-570-0
dc.description.abstract Adolescence is considered the most controversial ontogenetic period in terms of psychological, pedagogical and social interpretations. This distinct stage of human development is characterized by profound changes that significantly affect the human being, through qualitative and quantitative changes. We are witnessing a true metamorphosis that operates structurally and functionally, standing out through changes at the biological, mental, moral level, etc. Given the complexity of these transformations and their immediate consequences, it is recommended that all actors involved in monitoring the development of adolescents (parents, teachers, school counselors) pay more attention to their vocational options. They are in the process of defining their identity and professional preferences. That is why the preparation of adolescents and young people for a successful career and a personal life to be satisfied with is no longer supported exclusively by the baggage of theoretical knowledge and, respectively, by the practical skills accumulated during the school years. en_US
dc.language.iso ro en_US
dc.publisher Universitatea Pedagogică de Stat "Ion Creangă" en_US
dc.subject Personal development en_US
dc.subject Students en_US
dc.subject Preadolescents en_US
dc.subject Self-knowledge en_US
dc.subject Self-esteem en_US
dc.title Dezvoltarea personală la elevii din ciclul gimnazial și liceal en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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