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Challenges of teaching primary school migrant students basic English
Patricija Obrovnik, 2021, master's thesis

Abstract: Educational institutions carry an immense responsibility as the key institutions where migrant children start their integration process. Educational workers at schools are the ones that actualize government policies in their classrooms and directly influence migrant students’ integration process and monitor their progress. Teachers need proper education, training, and support to be able to work with migrant students successfully. Our master thesis focused and researched issues and problems teachers encounter when teaching migrant students English in the first triennium of primary school. In the first part of our thesis we defined migrant students and presented legislation and national guidelines surrounding migrant student integration. We introduced the immigration situation in Slovenska Bistrica, where a proportionally large Kosovo minority lives, and the two primary schools where we conducted our research. In the empirical part of our thesis, we interviewed four teachers that teach English in the first triennium of primary school about their experience with teaching in multicultural classrooms. Teachers rely on visual aids and mime to teach English through group activities where students actively participate through song, dance and games. The analysis of interviews showed that even though all English lessons are conducted in English, migrant students’ lack of Slovenian knowledge and their lack of socialization present the biggest problems interviewed teachers face.
Keywords: migrant students, migrant student integration, challenges of migrant student integration in the English classroom, English in the first triennium of primary school, English teachers
Published in DKUM: 27.07.2021; Views: 692; Downloads: 44
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Call recording with the help of the integration of systems Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Asterisk
Simon Ocvirk, 2019, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: At the beginning of the thesis, we present the integrating systems Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Asterisk, which will be used for call recording. We later introduce the development frameworks Laravel and Angular, with the help of which the Telephone Interface Communications Manager is built upon. We have researched the methods of encryption and decryption and how we would apply these for development of our own solution, which will prevent unauthorized managing with files. Finally, we analysed options for limiting access to files and developed an integrated solution for a secure recording and managing with call recordings.
Keywords: call recording, Asterisk, Cisco, Cisco Unified Communications Manager, integration of systems
Published in DKUM: 08.11.2019; Views: 882; Downloads: 123
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The relationship between the United Kingdom and the European union
Dewi Williams, 2013, professional article

Keywords: European Union, Great Britain, integration, international economic integration
Published in DKUM: 01.08.2018; Views: 899; Downloads: 51
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Towards European Union or regional economic area : Western Balkans at crossroads
Gazmend Qorraj, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: The aim of the paper is to reflect upon the dilemma or whether the EU will continue the integration process in the Western Balkans or backlash on regional cooperation instruments and initiatives within the framework of the Western Balkans. The Regional Economic Area (REA) is analyzed as the more recent policy of the European Union for the remaining Balkan countries. It is crucial to analyze the idea behind REA, starting from two main assumptions: first, the creation of REA stemmed from EU internal challenges; and second, REA came up as a creative EU approach in efforts to find a specific model for reforms in the Western Balkans in the frame of regional institutions. The paper also discusses regional trade and specifically the role of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) in coordinating these initiatives in the Western Balkans. Taking into consideration the EU current challenges as well as difficulties of the Western Balkan countries to overcome the political and economic problems, then regional cooperation could appear as an alternative to the EU integration process for the Western Balkans. The main conclusion of this paper is that the Western Balkans needs the EU’s direct support, in particular, since RCC and other regional instruments cannot enforce, support and monitor the initiatives and reforms in the region.
Keywords: Western Balkans, integration, cooperation, coordination, regional, enlargement
Published in DKUM: 03.05.2018; Views: 1018; Downloads: 152
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Agricultural-industrial integration and new applications of natural fibres : jute floodplain cropping in the Amazon reborn?
Ana Maria de Bicalho, 2009, original scientific article

Abstract: In recent years natural fibre production has taken on considerable appeal because of new industrial applications in environmental friendly products and growing demand for fibres could contribute to social welfare of poor farmers in developing countries. The new uses of natural fibres are part of highly technical green solutions for problems in the industrial and consumption regions but it may be asked whether this demand really addresses social and ecological issues in regions of primary production. These issues are examined in the Brazilian Amazon where recently a composite fibre sheet factory was opened and fibre cropping is making a comeback after decades of economic stagnation. It is shown here that the expansion of the activity, while significant, has not yet reached the scale of the past, but the market is promising, particularly in the automotive industry, which could further stimulate jute and malva production in the region.
Keywords: natural fibres, new industrial applications, agricultural-industrial integration, Amazon region, Brazil
Published in DKUM: 19.03.2018; Views: 720; Downloads: 69
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Application of fuzzy AHP approach to selection of organizational structure with consideration to contextual dimensions
Alireza Aslani, Feryal Aslani, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: The literature of organizational structure design is relatively rich along with conceptual and complex patterns. This complexity arising from the number of elements and numerous relations in addition to the nature of variables. Thereby, the lack of operational decision-making models is felt to propose adequate structural designs in practice. In this article, the researchers employ a fuzzy multi attribute decision making model (FMADM) to select the most suitable organizational structure based on expert’s judgments and by deploying contextual dimensions of the organization. Since the organizational changes especially in the structural levels are along with resistances among involved staffs, the implementation of this model is a supportive tool in addition to help the managers to make a qualified decision and change.
Keywords: organizational structure designing, business process reengineering, development management, integration, fuzzy ahpimage analysis, probabilistic modeling, signal processing, license plate recognition
Published in DKUM: 28.11.2017; Views: 1129; Downloads: 338
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Assessment of cassava supply response in Nigeria using vector error correction model (VECM)
Oluwakemi Adeola Obayelu, Samuel Ebute, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: The response of agricultural commodities to changes in price is an important factor in the success of any reform programme in agricultural sector of Nigeria. The producers of traditional agricultural commodities, such as cassava, face the world market directly. Consequently, the producer price of cassava has become unstable, which is a disincentive for both its production and trade. This study investigated cassava supply response to changes in price. Data collected from FAOSTAT from 1966 to 2010 were analysed using Vector Error Correction Model (VECM) approach. The results of the VECM for the estimation of short run adjustment of the variables toward their long run relationship showed a linear deterministic trend in the data and that Area cultivated and own prices jointly explained 74% and 63% of the variation in the Nigeria cassava output in the short run and long-run respectively. Cassava prices (P<0.001) and land cultivated (P<0.1) had positive influence on cassava supply in the short-run. The short-run price elasticity was 0.38 indicating that price policies were effective in the short-run promotion of cassava production in Nigeria. However, in the long-run elasticity cassava was not responsive to price incentives significantly. This suggests that price policies are not effective in the long-run promotion of cassava production in the country owing to instability in governance and government policies.
Keywords: price, co-integration, trend analysis, change in cassava supply
Published in DKUM: 14.11.2017; Views: 955; Downloads: 339
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Teaching fables in the junior grades of primary school
Ester Vidović, Emilija Reljac Fajs, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to explore the ways in which fables can help pupils in the junior grades of primary school develop their oral and written skills. It is written from a cognitive perspective within literary studies, focusing on a study of animal characters and morals in fables and researching the cognitive operations that result in hybrid animal characters. It also focuses on the universal character of morals, which can be viewed as an outcome of the process of conceptual integration. Addressing the universal nature of the main characters appearing in fables, as well as the universal issues expressed in their morals, the article looks at several possibilities for follow-up classroom activities. By devising extra activities aimed at developing their pupils% language skills, teachers of Croatian and English can motivate pupils to apply the topics in fables to everyday situations, thus encouraging them to develop their language skills as well as their capacity for judgement, character identification and value formation.
Keywords: fables, conceptual integration, language skills, animal characters
Published in DKUM: 09.10.2017; Views: 982; Downloads: 99
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