A FIRST EDUCATIONAL APPROACH TO CONNECTING KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

Vasiliki Ioannidi

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This article through a search for contemporary research studies, raises a contemporary educational concern in the context of innovative approaches and new pedagogical practices in the field of education sciences. The aim is to make clear an educational philosophy that promotes the development of knowledge and attitudes in relation to the development of skills for a sustainable model of school living.

 

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educational action, innovative pedagogical practices, creative school, knowledge and skills

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