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Issue 21, May 2016

 

Georgi Kolev, BULGARIA

 Professor DSc, Rector  and Head of Department "Social work” at Konstantin Preslavsky  - University of Shumen

 

Sonya Ilieva, BULGARIA

Professor DSc, Lecturer in Department “Social work” Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

Zhivko Zhechev, BULGARIA

Associate Professor, PhD, Lecturer in Department “Social work” Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

Miloslava Yankova, BULGARIA

Associate Professor, PhD, Lecturer in Department “Social work” Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

Veselina Ilieva, BULGARIA

PhD student at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

LONGITUDINAL SURVEYFOR THE QUALITY OF THE LEARNING PROCESS AMONG STUDENTS OF SPECIALTY SOCIAL ACTIVITIES IN THE PERIOD 2011 - 2015 ACADEMIC YEARS

Abstract: The article delivered an opinion poll of students on the quality of the educational process, educational content and its exposure of teachers in specialty Social Work in Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen. The questionnaire - toolbox of the study was discussed and approved by resolution of the meeting of the Department of "Social Work". It is essentially a five-year longitudinal survey through 8 respondent. Thanks to empirical data recorded during the previous five years explicates important conclusions regarding: the relevance of course content taught disciplines; usefulness of the knowledge obtained during the training; the correlation between the material taught and declared curriculum; exhibition and visualization of the material by the teachers; tolerant relationship between lecturers and students; assessment of the work of the lecturers; level of education and others.

Krasimir Markov, BULGARIA

Professor DSc, Lecturer at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen and at “Vasil Levski” National Military University Artillery, Air Defense and CIS Faculty

 

PROBLEMS OF THE STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND THE STRATEGIC ANALYSIS

Abstract: Described are the specifics of strategic management and approaches for the environment to determine the purposes and means of the development of the activity by comparing the capabilities of operational, strategic and long-term management and analyze the advantages of the latest management organizations in modern conditions.

Svetozar Vatsov, BULGARIA

Associate Professor  PhD at Pedagogical faculty, Department “Pedagogy and educations management” at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

THE IMMATERIAL MOTIVATION

Abstract: The motivated personnel is a key criteria for the creation and functioning of a successful organization. The practice shows, that not always the best reward is the financial one. The reward can be from another nature, but to have the same effect on the motivation of the individual, as long as it covers certain characteristics. In this report are revealed the main ways for immaterial motivation and possibilities for applying them in the everyday work.

Svetozar Vatsov, BULGARIA

Associate Professor  PhD at Pedagogical faculty, Department “Pedagogy and educations management” at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

АN IMPORTANT FACTOR AN EFFICIANT ANTI-CRISIS MANAGEMENT

Abstract: In times of economic crisis, the majority of organizations focus their efforts to improve financial performance by reducing costs. The tasks related to the efficiency of utilization of human resources, are largely concentrated in the area of reducing staff numbers. Experience, however, shows that an important factor that can contribute to the implementation of effective anti-crisis management is the presence of well-chosen, easy to manage and resilient to changes in the external environment staff.

Anna Kujumdzieva, BULGARIA

PhD, Assoc. Prof., Sofia University  “St. Kliment Ohridski”

 

Trayana Nedeva, BULGARIA

PhD, Assoc. Prof., Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”

 

Kliment Petrov, BULGARIA

PhD, Sofia University  “St. Kliment Ohridski”

 

Ventsislava Petrova, BULGARIA

PhD, Assist. Prof., Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”

 

Aleksander Savov, BULGARIA

MSc, Sofia University  “St. Kliment Ohridski”

 

DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION IN BULGARIA: CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES

Abstract: Albeit more than 98% of Bulgarians have entry to running water, the same achievement can't be said for the national sewage system, with just 3.2% of towns associated with a sewage facilities. Joining the EU in 2007 implied stricter guidelines and regulations were forced on Bulgaria. Assets are needed to be selected for the foundation, change, extension and substitution of its sewer, water supply and water/wastewater treatment systems. While the water sector is fundamentally state-possessed, the Bulgaria government already permitted private support due to the enacted legislative changes. Positive forecasts suggest that apart from private investment, further EU funding will be available for drinking water projects in the coming years and numbers of measures for sustainable utilization of natural water sources will be undertaken.

Anna Kujumdzieva, BULAGRIA

PhD, Assoc. Prof. in Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”

 

BIO-FIT PROJECT

Abstract: The EU Strategic Framework for Cooperation in Education & Training highlights the crucial contribution of VET to competitiveness, employability and social inclusion. In this context the project ’’Strategic part-nership for competence based training in Bio-fertilizers - Bio-FIT” (Erasmus+ programme) implements eco-innovation. It is also a core action of EU 2020 strategy and promotes new products and processes, thus contributing to sustainable development and commercial application of knowledge in order to elicit ecological improvements. The EU Commission also has launched Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) im-plicated in the concept of Bio-FIT and giving project rationality. It sharps the need for VET of the profes-sionals working in green biotechnology application for improving the agriculture sector, possessing high employment capacity. This gives a big advantage for societal and economic improvement in Bulgaria as well as in the partner countries. The Bio-FIT target groups (VET teachers/trainers/tutors, and agricultural SMEs managers) need specific training within the frame of green biotechnology and especially in bio-fertilizers. This type of education can contribute in bridge building between technology and farming, and can introduce bio-innovations in sustainable development of the agricultural sector.

Rositsa Mihaylova, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD in Department of "Social Work" at "Konstantin Preslavsky" - University of Shumen

 

RESIDENTIAL SOCIAL SERVICES FOR CHILDREN IN EUROPEAN CONTEXT

Abstract: This article overview the European context of social services for children at risk and especially the good example of the German social state. The challenges of the globalizing world in the social sphere strongly affect not only Bulgaria, but deploy its scope and within the European community. Amid the dynamics of the single European Economic Area, the question arises of the need for joint initiatives to address social challenges. Such a challenge as ensuring the well-being of one of the mostly affected groups – children at risk, in particular those who are affected by poverty, leading behind a number of other negative factors and the rise in many cases the need for their permanent accommodation outside their families.

Bozhena Takvorian-Solakian, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

MUSICAL EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES AND EMOTIONAL RESPONSIVENESS IN VIEW OF GLOBALIZATION

Abstract: Under the pressure of modern life requirements already exceeded the narrow confines of the general didactics of "isolated" from the musical pedagogy musical psychological and private methodological issues. Increasingly globalized meets pursuit of new methodological principles in the arts and literature are built on broad socio-cultural basis.

Bozhena Takvorian-Solakian, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

THEORETICALLY FOR EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES

Abstract: Modern educational technology exists in specific conditions and should guarantee reaching a specific level of training to be effective in performance and optimal waste of time, energy and sredstva.Teoretichno technology is organically related to the content of education.

Alexandar Panayotov, BULGARIA

PhD student at University of National and World Economy

 

DEVELOPMENT OF THE INDICATOR "SEARCH FOR TREATMENT RELATED TO DRUG USE" (TDI)

Abstract: The data on Treatment Demand Indicator (TDI) are collected in Bulgaria by 1994. Treatment centres, units and programmes with services for treatment and rehabilitation of addictions provide information for people seeking treatment in relation to drug use.The data collected through the National Monitoring System for Drug-Related Treatment Demand in Bulgaria(MIS) are the main source of information about the basic characteristics of treated patients.

Diyana Georgieva, BULGARIA

Assistant PhD in Pedagogical Faculty at Thracian University, Stara Zagora

 

THE ROLE OF THE SUPPORTIVE FAMILY ENVIRONMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SKILLS FOR VISUAL PERCEPTION OF SPEECH IN CHLDREN AND STUDENTS WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENT

Abstract: The role the supportive family environment in the development of skills for visual speech perception is emphasized in the article. Factors as material stability, social support, socioeconomic status and degree of education and awareness of a family affect the attitudes of parents of children with hearing impairment, their interactions with them. This impacts their entire children's development – emotional, social, cognitive, communicative, through which are formed the skills for visual perception of speech.

Gergana Kirilova, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD in Pedagogical Faculty at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

FEATURES OF THE TRADITIONAL UNDERSTANDING OF MENTAL RETARDATION AND POSSIBLE WAYS OF ITS IMPROVEMENT

Abstract: Knowledge of the main stages in the development of children with mental retardation mark certain aspects related to the parameters of the infringements and adjustment strategies in these children. And these days are still active discussions about whether it should be seen as a disease or condition, and whether to be analysed by medical or social point of view, etc.

Gergana Kirilova, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD in Pedagogical Faculty at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

SCIENCE DOCIMOLOGIÂ AND ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES IN CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS

Abstract: The docimologiâ is science that aims to clarify the system, ways and forms of the test and the types of exams, ways of assessing the knowledge, the possible manifestations of subjectivity in the assessment of the examination, as well as ways and means to ensure greater objectivity of the assessment. It is the kind of research and knowledge.