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Psychology is a modern social science that has developed as an indispensable scientific discipline, not only because of scientific theories and knowledge from the main subject of its activity - human behavior and experience, but also because of the application of the results of psychological research in many areas of human activity. Demands for the profile of psychologists in developed societies are growing, and it is expected that this profession will be among the leaders in terms of employment in the coming decades.

The study program at undergraduate and graduate levels is in accordance with the European Diploma in Psychology, which guarantees that it provides professional competencies recognized within the European Union, and makes graduates in psychology fully qualified to compete in the labour markets. The study program is at the same time original, as it follows the basic concept of Croatian Studies, which is to approach students' education in an interdisciplinary manner. At the graduate level, this kind of program enables theoretical, methodological and practical education, training and training in several areas of applied psychology, especially clinical, organizational and educational. The education they have completed, the knowledge, competences and skills they have acquired and which are included in the curriculum of psychology studies, provide a graduated psychology student with a number of opportunities and make him a qualified and competitive participant in the existing labor market.

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Published: 2014-05-12 at 09:25
Edited: 2014-05-12 at 09:27
Marina Štambuk

(16. - 17. October 2014; Zagreb, Croatia)

In the last 20 years, we have witnessed an increasing and widening profile of research activities in the field of education. This is evident through research endeavours of increasingly varied scope, ranging from international assessment and testing of abilities, through research at national and regional levels, to action research at the level of an individual school. At the same time, there has been an expansion of the methods in which data is collected, from population data at the level of individual countries through to quantitative research and qualitative studies. In addition, this has been accompanied by significant methodological improvements in the analytical procedures applied to the collected data. 

These developments in the field of educational research have occurred in a period where any educational change needs to be supported by and founded upon research findings and data. Although one might expect that such a context would contribute to an increase in the role of research in any proposed changes, this is not always the case. Indeed, researchers often feel that the results of their work are not sufficiently taken into account in the planning and implementation of educational change. Conversely, those responsible for developing and implementing educational change often point out that the existing research is often not sufficiently applicable to practice and that researchers are not communicating their results in an appropriate and accessible manner. 

The 2nd Days of Educational Sciences are devoted to examining the role of research in educational change. 

All scientists and researchers are invited to submit and present the results of empirical research in which a primary aim was an attempt to inform, activate and direct educational change. Research endeavours of a diverse scope, from international comparative studies to action research, are welcome and encouraged to participate.


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Hrvatski studiji Sveučilišta u Zagrebu pokrenuti su i ustrojeni 16. studenoga 1992., isprva samo kao dvosemestralni Sveučilišni komparativni studij hrvatske filozofije i društva. Taj je program potom preoblikovan u program redovitog četverogodišnjeg studija.

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