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Comparative Study on Educational Management in Public and Private Institutions in the Twin Cities of Pakistan

of honor. Total Quality Management, 5(6), 375-390. Muralidharan, K., & Kremer, M. (2006).Public and private schools in rural India.Harvard University, Department of Economics, Cambridge, MA. Narang, R. (2012). How do management students perceive the quality of education in public institutions?.Quality Assurance in Education, 20(4), 357-371. Ploom, K and Haldma, T. (2012), “Balanced performance management in the public education system”, Baltic Journal of Management, Vol. 8 No. 2, pp. 183-207 PROBE

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Student Discussion from an Evolutionary Perspective

. L., MCDONOUGH, M., SMITH, M. K., OKOROAFOR, N., JORDT, H., & WENDEROTH, M. P. (2014). Active learning increases student performance in science, engineering, and mathematics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201319030. GEARY, D. C. (2000). Principles of evolutionary educational psychology. Learning and individual differences, 12(4), 317-345. GLASSMAN, R. M. (1986). Democracy and despotism in primitive societies: A neo-Weberian approach to political theory. Port Washington, N.Y: Associated Faculty Press. HILL, K. R., WALKER, R. S

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The Beautiful Stranger – Szekler Teenagers’ Role Models


The social learning theory emphasizes that model giving or guiding has always been one of the most powerful means for transmitting values, for demonstrating and accentuating the expected attitudes, habits, thinking, and behaviour (Bandura, 1986; Crosswhite et. al., 2003). Studies have shown that a role model could motivate a teenager’s sporting habits and performance in a positive way. They also found that the top athletes, those celebrities who appear frequently in the media, can become role models. Do Szekler teenagers have role models? Do they choose their role model from their physical environment or the international popular media stars or mediatized persons become their idolized model? We wanted to find out who those teenagers are from our region who choose as their role model a star, a famous person, a media celebrity – a well-known person but still a stranger for the teenagers of Szeklerland. If so, who are their icons and role models? Who are those people that have an exemplary behaviour in their eyes? To whom they would like to compare themselves when they grow up? And what are those characteristics which have decisive roles in choosing as role model a person they have never met before? The analysis is based on three important surveys conducted among teenagers from Romania (Covasna, Harghita, and Mureş counties). The surveys took place in the springs of 2012, 2014, and 2016. About two thousand pupils in the 7th and 11th grades were involved each time. On the basis of variables, such as age, gender, and type of residency, we will present general profiles and general types of Szekler teenagers regarding the role models of their choice.

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Pirate Television Stations in the Years 1990-1994

“Polish Radio and Television” of 2 December 1960 , Journal of Laws of 1960, no. 54, item 307. Act on control of publications and performances of 31 July 1981 , Journal of Laws of 1981, no. 20, item 99.

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Evaluation Study of Early Formal Education Teacher Competence in Early Childhood Learning Dance at Kindergartens in Malang, Indonesia

References Adnan Hakim, (2015). Contribution of Competence Teacher (Pedagogical, Personality, Professional Competence and Social) On the Performance of Learning. IJES. Volume 4, Issue 2, PP.01-12. Bertschy, Franziska, Christine Künzli, Meret Lehmann. (2013). Teachers’ Competencies for the Implementation of Educational Offers in the Field of Education for Sustainable Development. Sustainability 2013, 5, 5067-5080; doi:10.3390/su5125067. Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia No 74 of 2008, accessed on May 4, 2007 Law of the

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Exploring factors related to college student expertise in digital games and their relationships to academics

recreational video game play on children’s and adolescents’ cognition. New Directions for Child & Adolescent Development , 139, 41-50. Bodill, K., & Roberts, L. D. (2013). Implicit theories of intelligence and academic locus of control as predictors of studying behaviour. Learning & Individual Differences , 27, 163-166. Chamorro-Premuzic, T., & Furnham, A. (2003). Personality predicts academic performance: Evidence from two longitudinal university samples. Journal of Research in Personality , 37(4), 319. Cheng, M.-T., & Annetta, L. (2012). Students

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Think big: learning contexts, algorithms and data science

:// Leboeuf K. (2016). What happens in one internet minute?. Excelacom. Retrieved from Lemberger, P., Batty, M., Morel, M., Raffaëlli J. (2015), Big Data et machine learning: Manuel du data scientist, Paris: Dunod Marr, B. (2015). Big Data: Using SMART big data, analytics and metrics to make better decisions and improve performance. Chichester (UK):John Wiley & Sons. Manyika J. et al. (2011). Big data: The next frontier for innovation

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