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Denisa Gunišová and Nina Kozárová

References Ennis, R.H. (1991). Discrete thinking skills in two teachers physical education classes. In: Elementary School Journal . No. 91, p.473-486, ISSN 1554-8279. Facione, P.A. (1990). Critical Thinking: A Statement of Expert Consensus for Purposes of Educational Assessment and instruction. Research Findings and Recommendations. Fullerton: California State University. Gavora, P., Šrajerová, H. (2009). Porozumenie textu zisťované cloze-testom vzhľadom k obtiažnosti učebného textu. In Slovenský jazyk a literatúra v škole. vol 55, no. 7

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Wichian Deechai, Thanongsak Sovajassatakul and Sirirat Petsangsri

Reference Akkoyunlu, B. & Soylu, M.Y. (2008). A Study of Student’s Perceptions in a Blended Learning Environment Based on Different Learning Styles. Educational Technology & Society, 11 (1), 183-193. Angeli, C. & Valanides, N. 2009. Instructional effects on critical thinking: performance on ill-defined issues. Learning and Instruction, 19 (1): 322-334. Bassham, G., Irwin, W., Nardone, H. & Wallace, J.M. (2011). Critical. Thinking: A Student’s Introduction. 4th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill. Beyer, B. K. (1985). Critical Thinking: What is

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Brikena Xhaferi and Gezim Xhaferi

• Beyer, Landon (1985). Critical thinking and evalution. Retrived on July 2, 2016 from the web: ImplementingTasksThatStimulateCriticalThinkingInEF-4462181%20(1).pdf • Boud, David (2003). Enhancing learning through self assessment. Routledge Falmer, Taylor&Francis Group. • Costa, Arthur L. and Kallick, Bena (2008). Learning and Leading with Habits of Mind. Association for Supervision & Curriculum • Colley, M, Binta, Bilics, R. Andrea, and Carol M. Lerch, M. Carol (2012). Reflection: A Key Component to Thinking Critically

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Adekunle A. Ibrahim and Samuel Otu Ishaya

References Achebe, C. (1983). The Trouble with Nigeria: Fourth Dimension Publishers. Ayobami, Oyinlola O. Corruption Eradication in Nigeria: An Appraisal . . Asobie, H.A. (2016). Meaning and Nature of Corruption in Nigeria . . Retrieved June 2016. Chaffee, J. (2009). Thinking Critically . U.S.A: Heince Cengage. Dasuki, S. (2016). Vanguard , October 2, 2016. Ehusani, G. O. (2002). Nigeria:Years Eaten by the Locust . Ibadan: Kraft books. Ene J, and Okolo C. B. (1998

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Nikolaos Dovros and Vassilios Makrakis

References Aslanidou, S., & Menexes, G. (2007). Youth and the Internet: Uses and practices in the home. Computers & Education , 51 , 1375-1391. Collins, A. (1991). The role of computer technology in restructuring schools. Phi Delta Kappan , 73 , 28-36. Cummings, J. (2000). Academic language learning, transformative pedagogy, and information technology: Towards a critical balance. TESOL Quarterly, 34 (3), 537-548. Dewey, J. (1997). How we think . New York: Dover Publications Ink

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Viktoria Okhrei

therapy management services and the likelihood of a pharmacist to work in a pharmacy that provides MTMS. Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 44 (3), 424–431. 6. Canadian Council for the Accreditation of Pharmacy Programs (2018). Accreditation Standards for Canadian First Professional Degree in Pharmacy Programs . Toronto: CCAPP. 7. Cisneros, R. M. (2009). Assessment of critical thinking in pharmacy students. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education , 73 (4), 66–72. 8. Frankel, G, & Austin, Z. (2013). Responsibility and confidence: identifying barriers

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Boy Nurdin

1 Famous as one of the XIX Century philosophers is EDMUND HUSSERL (1859-1938). Born in Prostejov Czechoslovakia state in 1859. He came from an orthodox Jewish family. The period of 1886-1887 was an important year for Husserl. He moved to Halle, and studied psychology, wrote The Philosophy of Arithmetic. References Asy’arie, M. (2001). Filsafat Islam Sunnah Nabi dalam Berpikir (Islamic Philosophy of the Prophet’s Thinking). Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia: Lembaga Studi Filsafat Islam (LESFI). Darmodiharjo, D. &. (1999). Pokok

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John Valk and Aybiçe Tosun

challenge of global citizenship for worldview education: The perspective of social sustainability. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 17 (2), 44–52. Miller, J., & McKenna, U. (2011). Religion and religious education: comparing and contrasting pupils’ and teachers’ views in an English school. British Journal of Religious Education, 33 (2), 173–187. Parks, S. (1991). The critical years: Young adults & the search for meaning, faith and commitment . New York: HarperCollins. Parks, S. D. (2011). Big questions, worthy dreams: Mentoring

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Jerca Vogel

References Bergoč, S. (2010). Slovenščina med Balkanom in Evropo . Koper: Univerzitetna založba Annales. Byram, M. (2011). Language awareness and (critical) cultural awareness – relationships, comparisons and contrasts. Language Awareness , 21. Retrieved from Christie, F. (1989). Preface. In Halliday, Spoken and written language . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Čok, L. (2009). Evropska dimenzija izobraževanja za dvojezičnost. In Čok, L. (Ed.), Izobraževanje za

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Eva Poláková


Introduction: European-wide bullying statistics shows that 93% of Internet users aged 9-16 have bullying experience, or have been bullied, or they have been bullying online1. The article highlights the most common threats encountered in communicating in cyberspace, with emphasis on cyberbullying and its possible negative consequences in the context of victim’s self-sacrifice. Based on the results of more researches, including also ours, it justified the need of media education implementation as across-cutting theme in primary and secondary education and high schools in order to develop critical thinking as a prerequisite of respect of human rights and cyberbullying.

Conclusions: The didactic materials (praxeological results of applied project APVV-14-0176 solved at the Department of Ethics and Civic education, Faculty of Pedagogy, Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica) are available online for primary school teachers. Teachers can use them directly to prepare specific media education topics, including cyberbullying, or to adapt them creatively to their own learning conditions and to share their pedagogical experience in an available on-line blog.