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Author
Maican Silvia Ștefania (University of Alba Iulia, Romania), Gavrila-Paven Ionela (University of Alba Iulia, Romania), Pastiu Carmen (University of Alba Iulia, Romania)
Title
Effective Communication and Improved Educational Results for Students in Economic Specializations
Skuteczna komunikacja i lepsze wyniki edukacyjne dla studentów specjalizacji ekonomicznych
Source
Progress in Economic Sciences, 2017, nr 4, s. 119-130, rys., tab., bibliogr. 17 poz.
Keyword
Kształcenie ekonomistów, Edukacja, Komunikowanie interpersonalne
Education of economists, Education, Interpersonal communication
Note
JEL Classification: A11, A23, D22
streszcz., summ.
Abstract
W procesie edukacyjnym, skuteczna komunikacja jest bardzo ważna, ale trudna do zmierzenia. Zespół badawczy próbował przeanalizować proces komunikacji wśród młodych grup studentów, z naciskiem na kwestie związane z komunikacją pomiędzy studentami oraz komunikacją pomiędzy studentami i profesorami. Analiza ta była połączona z wdrożeniem specjalnej metody edukacyjnej dla specjalizacji ekonomicznych, tzn. symulacji działalności ekonomicznej w firmie. Skuteczna komunikacja w procesie edukacyjnym zależy w dużej mierze od profesora oraz zastosowanej metody, ale waga komunikacji na poziomie grupy oraz zachęcanie do interakcji pomiędzy studentami związanej z ich przyszłą aktywnością musi być również wzięta pod uwagę.(abstrakt oryginalny)

In the educational process, effective communication is very important and but difficult to measure. The research team tried to analyse the communication process at the level of young groups of students, highlighting issues related to communication between students and communication between students and professors. This analysis was combined with the implementation of a special educational method for economic specializations, i.e. simulation of the economic activity in a company. Effective communication in the educational process depends heavily on the professor and on the method used, but the importance of communication at the group level and of encouragement for interaction between students related to their future activity also need to be considered.(original abstract)
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ISSN
2300-4088
Language
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.14595/PES/04/008
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