Human, Technologies and Quality of Education, 2019 = Cilvēks, tehnoloģijas un izglītības kvalitāte, 2019
Rīga, Latvijas Universitāte, 2019. 182 lpp.
Editor Linda Daniela
ISBN 978-9934-18-470-3

Every year, the University of Latvia (UL) organizes scientific conferences to discuss current scientific trends, and work at the conference is organized in 12 scientific directions. In 2019, the 77th conference took place, where one of the scientific directions was “Humans, Technologies and the Quality of Education”, in which specialists in education, psychology, art and languages presented their researchin various areas of innovations and challenges in different educational dimensions.




Iveta Kestere. Crises and Reforms in Education: Historical Perspective From Latvia

Manuel Joaquín Fernández González. Relational-Self-of-Virtue: Classical, Modern and Christian Perspectives in Moral Education

Anita Līce. Managing Vocational Education to Facilitate the Employability of Graduates

Kaspars Kiris. Excellence Centers of Education in Latvia

Antonina Jemeljanenko, Lubova Mackevica. Incident Reporting in the Educational Sector in Latvia

Elena N. Letiagina, Julia A. Grinevich, Alexander V. Gutko. Ways to Improve the Competitiveness of Higher Education Programs

Yan Lu. Investigation of Latvian Language Program Management Models in Major Worldwide Universities

Austra Celmiņa-Ķeirāne. The Character of the Fairy Tale Devil in the Graphics of Latvian Books: the First Half of the 20th Century

Ilze Kadiķe. The Variety of Visual Means of Expression in the Creative Work of Students

Māra Urdziņa-Deruma, Mārīte Kokina-Lilo, Gunta Treimane. The Quality of Home Economics and Technologies. Opinions of Home Economics and Technologies Teachers

Jolanta Zastavnaja. Analysis of Foreign Language Textbooks in Terms of Transversal Skills

Mārtiņš Geida. A Game for Self-Discovery in a Career-Choice Discourse for Adolescents

Alexander V. Gutko, Elena N. Letiagina, Elena A. Orlova, Olga V. Suvorova, Larisa N. Kuzminykh. Dynamics of Students’ Psychological and Emotional States in Dance Movement Training

Rihards Parandjuks, Ilvis Ābeļkalns. Importance Of Dual Career In The Development of Sports Schools In Vidzeme Region

Dita Nīmante, Nellija Repina. Access to Interest-Related Education in Latvia for Children and Young People: Parents’ Perspective