Author(s): Anamaria Popescu
Subject(s): Social Sciences, Economy, Education, School education, Adult Education, Higher Education , Educational Psychology, State/Government and Education, ICT Information and Communications Technologies, Sociology of Education, Pedagogy
Published by: Editura Eikon
Keywords: innovation; educational innovation; social innovation; educational technology; implementation;
Summary/Abstract: The innovation process is a complex activity of creating, developing, using and disseminating modern or modernized innovations (theories, methods, technologies, etc.). This is the process of transforming scientific knowledge into innovation, the process of constantly transforming an idea into a product, technology or service. The goal of the innovative processes is the development of the school as a pedagogical system and special social organization, the achievement of qualitatively new higher educational results and the increase of the competitiveness of educational institutions. This process is motivated, intentional, conscious, aiming to transfer the education system to a new qualitative state, in a way of development. This article addresses the issue of innovation in education, which is a superior, primary product of pedagogical creativity, validated by its originality and confirmed relevance at the social level, at the scale of the educational system and process. The article carries out an analytical review of the field of educational innovation. The situation of innovation in the education system is evaluated, how much it means reform of the system and how much innovation, but also how innovation can be stimulated in the education system. Innovation in education encourages teachers and learners to explore, research and apply all tools to discover something new. Innovation is an essential component for many economic, social and technical fields, and education is no exception to this.

  • Page Range: 158-165
  • Page Count: 8
  • Publication Year: 2022
  • Language: English
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