PSYCHO-EDUCATIONAL CONDITIONING OF LEARNING PROCESSES EFFECTIVENESS WITHIN THE GROUP OF STUDENTS
Keywords:learning processes, efficiency, effectiveness, strategies, management styles
AbstractThe approach of collective learning processes is a key variable in effective management strategy, it is necessary to balance between the central area which characterizes the teacher and the peripheral area, which refers to adaptability. Learning strategies and styles are a permanent construct, desirable if it has positive effects in the long run, being adapted to the group and social conditions
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