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  • BRAIN: The Differences between Emergentism and Skill Acquisition TheoryBRAIN: The Differences between Emergentism and Skill Acquisition Theory
    When speaking about emergentism we mainly refer to the interaction between organism and environment and that denies the existence of pre-determined, domain specific faculties or capacities. In language acquisition, emergentists state that simple learning mechanisms …
  • BRAIN: Social Media in Science EducationBRAIN: Social Media in Science Education
    The latest volume of the BRAIN Journal has a new intriguing research on Training Teachers for the Knowledge Society: Social Media in Science Education  offered by Dana Crăciun and Mădălin Bunoiu from West University of …
  • BRAND: Freedom Of Expression In The View Of Community Law
    Professor Ion Țuțuianu from Vasile Alecsandri University, Faculty of Economic Sciences, writes an intriguing article in BRAND journal, about the freedom of expression from a legal point of view. Regardless of the fact that freedom …
  • Women and Girls in STEMWomen and Girls in STEM
    STEM education has become more and more important, and it is required for an interconnected global economy. The acronym refers to a range of academic disciplines, such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, meant to …
  • BRAIN Journal – Questioning, Context-Sensitiveness and Philosophical InquiryBRAIN Journal – Questioning, Context-Sensitiveness and Philosophical Inquiry
    Inquiry is an official process to discover the facts about something bad that has happened. In this paper the authors aim to explain that context-sensitiveness is a very important aspect of philosophical inquiry, specifically through …
  • BRAIN: New Computer Assisted Diagnostic to Detect Alzheimer DiseaseBRAIN: New Computer Assisted Diagnostic to Detect Alzheimer Disease
    Researchers Ben Rabeh Amira, Benzarti Faouzi, Amiri Hamid and Mouna Ben Djebara propose a new study in the BRAIN journal, New Computer Assisted Diagnostic to Detect Alzheimer Disease. In this study, the researchers portray another Computer Assisted Diagnosis (CAD) to naturally …
  • BRAND: A Framework for Selection of Intermediary in Marketing ChannelBRAND: A Framework for Selection of Intermediary in Marketing Channel
    The latest volume of the BRAND journal brings a new research where Gholamreza Jandaghi, Kamran Shahanaghi and Hamid Reza Irani study A Framework for Selection of Intermediary in Marketing Channel. This study looks to inspect how organization can …
  • BRAND: Assessment of Recovery Of Damages In The New Romanian Civil CodeBRAND: Assessment of Recovery Of Damages In The New Romanian Civil Code
    Professor Ion Țuțuianu from Vasile Alecsandri University, Bacau Romania reflecting upon important changes in the Romanian Civil Code, in the BRAND journal. The subject’s methodology is required additionally on the grounds that, once received the …
  • BRAND: A Neuro Solution for Economic Diagnosis and Prediction
    The paper introduces an answer for the financial action advancement analytic and expectation by method for an arrangement of pointers. Beginning from the markers set, there is characterized a measure on the examples set, measure …
  • BRAIN: Image Finder Mobile Application Based on Neural NetworksBRAIN: Image Finder Mobile Application Based on Neural Networks
    Technology has become more than a phenomenon used for innovation, it is now a science put in the service of making human life easier. If in the past, taking a picture of yourself required a …
  • LiBRI: Fighting Terror: The Use of Apostrophe in The Mémoires of Madame Roland
    Constance Cartmill presents in this paper a deep and careful analysis of the great and impressive work of Madame Roland during the reign of terror of the French Revolution. She wrote about her struggle, pain, …
  • BRAIN: Conscience in Language TeachingBRAIN: Conscience in Language Teaching
    Conscience in Language Teaching and its Relationship with Language Proficiency and Emotional Intelligence of EFL Teachers by Sedighe Jalili Kalangestani was published here. Several factors contribute to the efficacy of an English language teacher, among which, …

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Why Are There So Few Women in IT?

adult-15745_1280The world of technology has always been dominated by men, and it is reported a continuous decrease in women working in this field, despite the numerous campaigns to encourage them to enter the IT field.

Belinda Parmer, founder of the campaigning agency “Lady Geek”, used for the consultancy of big corporations such as Sony and Vodafone, comes with a solution to this problem. In the Miss Little Geek book she includes the drawbacks faced by women working in this field. The author is targeted at the employers, the government, and the parents, believing that women should be permanently encouraged to choose the job they wish for, without the problem of overcoming the limitations imposed by society. No job should be divided by gender, as long as it does not involve physical force, but intelligence and skills. In her book, Parmer demonstrates the beneficial contribution of women in the IT field, stating real facts: according to studies conducted by specialists, the companies whose management teams include women recorded a 34% higher financial gain.

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    STEM education has become more and more important, and it is required for an interconnected global economy. The acronym refers to a range of academic disciplines, such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, meant to bring a significant and beneficial contribution to the training offered by the education system in these fields. They provide workforce development, shaping the students’ vision according to the market requirements. We should mention the STEM initiative proposed by Georgette Yakman, the one who has introduced art among these disciplines, believing that there is a connexion between them, complying with the global socio-economic system. The advancement…
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The Teacher’s Attitude and the Learning Process

speakers-414557_640It is known that in order to be a teacher, you are required a lot of mental training in this field. Whoever attempts to become part of the education system should take pedagogical courses, and they should earn a license or a master’s degree. Moreover, due to the complexity of this job, they should capitalize on their knowledge by passing some difficult exams (class inspections, tenure examination, teacher’s certification, etc.)

Thus, once they are part of the system, in addition to the amount of tasks that they have to carry out (classroom training, preparing numerous documents, etc.), as a teacher, they face unpredictable situations. The pupils’ performance in a certain subject, their family problems, the failure to adapt to the system of rules imposed by society give rise to situations which have to be attentively and professionally managed. (more…)

Women and Girls in STEM

STEM education has become more and more important, and it is required for an interconnected global economy. The acronym refers to a range of academic disciplines, such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, meant to bring a significant and beneficial contribution to the training offered by the education system in these fields. They provide workforce development, shaping the students’ vision according to the market requirements. We should mention the STEM initiative proposed by Georgette Yakman, the one who has introduced art among these disciplines, believing that there is a connexion between them, complying with the global socio-economic system.

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    BRAIN is an academic journal willing to create links between specialists from clearly diverse exploratory fields, for example, Computer Science and Neurology. In fact, there is a considerable measure of subjects, for example, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Sciences and Neurosciences that can converge in the investigation of the brain and its keen capacities. Mr. Kieran Greer contributes to our latest journal volume with a revolutionary research New Ideas for Brain Modelling. His work describes some biologically-inspired processes that could be used to build the sort of networks that we associate with the human brain. The surprise element to his research is  a ‘refined’ neuron.  This…
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    In the latest volume of the BRAIN journal, Roberto Paiano, Adriana Caione, Anna Lisa Guido, Angelo Martella and Andrea Pandurino have come up with an interesting research on the Business Process Development, a traditional approach vs. a knowledge based approach. Individuals these days have a tendency to get confused by various sources of data. These Italian researchers have thought of a bit of work in which they compare both sides of the Business Process Management. The enterprise administration refers to a heterogeneous total of both assets and resources that should be facilitated and coordinated so as to achieve the objectives identified…
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    The world of technology has always been dominated by men, and it is reported a continuous decrease in women working in this field, despite the numerous campaigns to encourage them to enter the IT field. Belinda Parmer, founder of the campaigning agency “Lady Geek”, used for the consultancy of big corporations such as Sony and Vodafone, comes with a solution to this problem. In the Miss Little Geek book she includes the drawbacks faced by women working in this field. The author is targeted at the employers, the government, and the parents, believing that women should be permanently encouraged to…
    Tags: women, career, girls
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    Neuroethics is an interdisciplinary field of research aimed at understanding the consciousness and the mind through the relationship between it and the brain's physical support. Among other things, the ethical perspective refers to the acceptability of the practices used to modify human behavior through interventions on the nervous system. In this paper, the researchers Antonio Sandu and Elena Unguru are presenting a theoretical perspective on the possible implications of neuroethics in the practice of social services. The term neuroethics was introduced by William Safire (2002), who defines neuroethics as being the evaluation of what is good or bad in the…
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    LiBRI is an international journal for specialists in linguistics, literature, cultural studies, and related fields. Paul Rastall is contributing with a research in the latest volume of the LiBRI journal: Questioning Communication Models and Constructs - Qualitative Distinctions. Focal issues in linguistics and semiotics can be tended to through reflection on the basic ideas in models and develops. General models or builds don't generally fit specific occurrences of their application. General models are helpful, however subjective and ontological contrasts are given lacking consideration. Some key models and builds are considered. Subjective contrasts in a few measurements are acquainted and connected…
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    Baghli Asmaa is bringing to light a new discussion in LiBRI journal: On Studying Teacher's Self Esteem Based on Revised Janis Scale Application. An actual and controversial research that brings out some intensely sought answers regarding a simple but misterious dilemma in the teaching career. Self-esteem is one of the most pertinent notions that has enjoyed a long period of interest. Researchers’ findings on self-esteem posit that a healthy level of self-esteem usually results in positive outcomes and reflects on behaviours, performances and even personal handwriting. Thus, the current paper highlights the eminence of self-esteem for foreign/second language teachers. It…
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    BRAND journal provides a very interesting article written by Tiberiu Socaciu from Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Faculty of Economics. This article displays a definitive in determining an estimating system's multi-Heston. Fundamentally, he utilizes the hypothesis Carr-Bakshi-Madan and a trademark capacity technique. In this first part, he incorporates arrangements of Riccati mathematical statements. As an expansion of Black-Scholes model (Black and Scholes, 1973), Steven and Heston (1993) characterize another model with a stochastic unpredictability. This model was degree by Christoffersen, Heston and Jacobs (2009) as a model with two stochastic semi-volatilities. As we would like to think, this model can…
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    The latest volume of the BRAIN Journal has a new intriguing research on Training Teachers for the Knowledge Society: Social Media in Science Education  offered by Dana Crăciun and Mădălin Bunoiu from West University of Timișoara, Romania. Internet and Social Media (SM) have revolutionized the way exploratory data is dispersed inside of our general public. These days proficient and/or interpersonal organizations are progressively utilized for learning and casual science training effectively supplements the formal one by any means in educational levels. Students get to be dependent on technology from an early age and reliably utilize Social Media for correspondence purposes…
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