Managing the Influence of Resources on Educational Performance

Managing the Influence of Resources on Educational Performance

Serb (Tanislav) Cristina (Vallachia University Targoviste, Târgoviște, Romania), Delia Mioara Popescu (Vallachia University Targoviste, Târgoviște, Romania), Elena Stoica (Vallachia University Targoviste, Târgoviște, Romania) and Laura Maria Erculescu (County School Inspectorate Dambovita, Targoviste, Romania)
Copyright: © 2018 |Pages: 8
DOI: 10.4018/IJSEM.2018100104

Abstract

The current context reflects education as a profound social act, through which the individual discovers his own personality, he manifests his social aspirations and ideals, tangling and determining the evolution of social events. More and more young people face major challenges in terms of skills in a permanently changing world. The skills gap is growing between developing countries and developed countries and there will be major social, economic and political repercussions. This article focuses on identifying the role that school resources has on the educational performance of pupils in the digital era. For collecting the data, a direct survey was used as a method of collecting information, based on a questionnaire of 374 pupils from high schools in Dambovita County, Romania. While the future is always uncertain, education systems should be based on the design of innovative, effective learning environments, encouraging well-organized cooperative learning where learners actively engage and develop a good understanding of their own learning practices, focusing on student motivation and differentiation according to previous knowledge.
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2. Relevance And Importance Of Study

In this world, where competition is growing, everyone wants a high level of performance. The entire education system focuses on the academic achievement of students, which makes it a fertile ground for research. Learning actually takes place only when resources are provided for the educational process. Resources play an inherent role in training, and school has always been seen as an important factor in child education. Student education is largely determined by the varied and dynamic role of educational resources.

Social economic differences between students can be reduced by school resources, correlated with society’s level of development. In this case, different school results have been highlighted (Greenwald, Hedges & Laine, 1996; Rivkin, Hanushek & Kain, 2005; Hageland, Raaum & Salvanes, 2012), whether we consider the library (Clark, 2010), or access to PC (Kulik, 2003; Li & Ma, 2010; Cheung & Slavin, 2011).

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