Vršnik Perše, T.


  • Social and emotional learning as a tool for preventing ESL

    Social and emotional learning plays an important role in preventing ESL through several mechanisms. When implemented in schools, social and emotional learning prevents ESL directly by promoting school connectedness, commitment and positive attitudes to school, teachers and peers and, indirectly, by enhancing educational success.

  • 11 February 2015, by Ana Kozina
  • How teacher-teacher and teacher-student cooperation link with achievement – evidence from international studies

    Evidence from international large-scale assessment studies shows that more complex professional collaboration between teachers and teacher-student relations is associated with an improvement in student achievement, even when considering differences in students’ backgrounds. It may also be important that teachers who collaborate more with their colleagues generally report more positive teacher-student relations.

  • 23 July 2015, by Mojca Štraus
  • The role of career guidance in ESL

    Career guidance (with appropriate methods, contents, early provision, the actors involved) can overcome two important (individual) ESL risk factors – the lack of relevance of schooling and the lack of educational/career aspirations. The systematic development of career management skills helps potential ESLrs perceive their schooling as a meaningful part of their lifelong personal, social and career development.

  • 23 July 2015, by Urška Štremfel