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Fábio Oliveira, Abílio Oliveira and Bráulio Alturas

. Gomes, P. F. L. (2011). Migração de aplicações legadas para bases de dados NoSQL. Universidade do Minho. Manyika, J., Chui, M., Brown, B., Bughin, J., Dobbs, R., Roxburgh, C., & Byers, A. H. (2011). Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity. Retrieved January 9, 2016, from MongoDB. (2015). RDBMS to MongoDB Migration Guide. A MongoDB White Paper, 16. Moniruzzaman, A. B. M

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Ngo Trung Thanh, Philippe Lebailly and Nguyen Thi Dien

Reference Amcoff, J., & Niedomysl, T. (2015). Is the Tied Returnee Male or Female? The Trailing Spouse Thesis Reconsidered. Population, Space and Place, 21 (8), 872-881. doi: Bélanger, D., & Linh, T. G. (2011). The impact of transnational migration on gender and marriage in sending communities of Vietnam. Current Sociology, 59 (1), 59-77. Bezu, S., & Holden, S. (2014). Are rural youth in Ethiopia abandoning agriculture? World Development, 64 , 259-272. Binh, N. T. T. (2016). The Dynamics of Return

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Nina Zhuravska

REFERENCES 1. Бабин, І., Болюбаш, Я., Гармаш, А. (2011). Національний освітній глосарій : вища освіта [National Education Glossary: Higher Education]. К. : ТОВ “Видавничий дім “Плеяди”, 100 p. (in Ukrainian). 2. Варецька, О. (2005). Соціально-економічне підґрунтя трудової міграції населення України [Social-Economic Foundation of Labour Migration of Ukrainian Population]. Україна: аспекти праці [Ukraine: Aspects of Labour], No 5, pp. 34–39 (in Ukrainian). 3. Варецька, О. (2014). Питання походження та новизни компетентнісного підходу в освіті

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Shkelzen Hasanaj

References Ascoli, U. (1979). Movimenti migratori in Italia, Bologna, Il Mulino. Bardet, JP. (1999). Cinquante ans d’immigration, in L’Histoire, Paris, Fevrier n° 229. Barou, J. (1984). L’espace immigré au comment les rendre invisible” in Politique aujourd’hui, n° 6, Basteiner, E. (1990). Italia, Europa e nuove immigrazioni, (a cura di) DASSETTO, G. (1990), Torino, Fondazione Agnelli. Bergnach, L., Sussi, E. (1993). Minoranze etniche ed immigrazione, Milano, Franco Angeli. Bohning, W. R, (1972). The migration of workers in the United

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Ondřej Valenta

pracovnich sil ze třetich zemi. European Migration Network, Praha, březen 2013. [4] Castles, S., Miller, M. (2009): The Age of Migration. International Population movements in the modern world. Palgrave Macmillan, čtvrte vydani. 369 s. [5] Čaněk, M., Čižinsky, P. (2006): Migration policies and institutional settings in the Czech Republic. Přispěvek na konferenci Migration Policy Making, Turin: C9 Konference IMISCOE, květen 2006. [6] Černa, L. (2012): Policy Primer: Selecting the Best and Brightest. http

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Ana Rusta

References “Ligji për dispozitat kryesore kushtetuese”, Kuvendi i Shqipërisë, 1993:166 Banka Botërore (2007), “Shqipëria:Zhvillimi Urban, Migrimi dhe Ulja e Varfërisë, Një Vlerësim mbi Varfërinë”, 19 qershor. Carletto, C., Benjamin, D., Marco, S., Stefano, T., Alberto, Z., (2004), “Internal mobility and international migration in Albania”, ESA Working Paper No. 04-13 04, no. 13 Carletto, G., Davis, B. Stampini, M., Zezza, A. (2006), “A Country on the Move:International Migration in the Post

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Andreas Brunold

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Tata Mbugua

Fostering Culturally Relevant/Responsive Pedagogy and Global Awareness through the Integration of International Service-learning in Courses

Educators are being asked to respond to the forces of globalization and human interconnectedness that characterize the 21st century. These forces are resulting in changing population demographics and increased migration which is bringing a new complexity to cultural and ethnic diversity within regions, local communities and ultimately in elementary school classrooms. As a response, institutions of higher learning are seeking ways of preparing pre-service teachers who are culturally sensitive and globally aware and who will in turn prepare young children to be world citizens. One way of achieving this goal is to integrate an experiential service-learning component in courses as a way of expanding pre-service teachers perspectives to the world while enhancing their cultural competence, understanding of others different from themselves, commitment to social justice issues, and mastery of course content. This manuscript describes the development of a graduate course at a university in northeast USA, and the subsequent implementation of the course in Kenya with an integrated international service-learning component. Ideas of scholars on multicultural education, global education, culturally relevant pedagogy and service-learning will be used as a way of framing the discussion topic. The positive rewards and some challenges of this course will be discussed along with some concluding remarks.

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Libor Klubal, Kateřina Kostolányová and Vojtěch Gybas

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Adrian Nagel, Silvia Nicoleta Mirică, Martin Domokos, Cerasela Domokos, Eugen Bota and Cristian Negrea

Labor Market , Procedia Economics and Finance, (32), 1020 – 1026. 4. Bălan M. (2014). Youth Labour Market Evolutions at Level in Romania , Internal Auditing & Risk Management, 2 (34), 29-37. 5. Vasile V., Vasile L. (2011). Youths on labour market. Features. Particularities. Pro-mobility factors forgraduates. Elements of balanced policy for labour migration , Romanian Journal of Economics 32, 1(41),97-123. 6. Diaconu L. (2014). Education and labour market outcomes in Romania , Eastern Journal of European Studies, 5 (1), 99-114. 7. Aceleanu M