Alina Reșceanu

University of Craiova, Romania;


Bibliographic citation: (ISSN 2657-9774) Educational Role of Language Journal.     Volume 2020-2(4).  (Re-)Shaping One’s Identity with Language, pp. 115-118



In the current educational scenario of training students for the 21st century, when teaching methodologies are rapidly changing to suit the more and more challenging demands, there is a stringent need to equip pupils, students, teachers, educators, and not only, with the adequate skills to succeed in their activities. Particularly teachers, teacher trainers and trainee teachers, since they are the real protagonists of change when it comes to educating and shaping the society they live in and bringing up responsible and actively engaged citizens. In a year like no other, this need has become even more obvious in the case of the recent pandemic, which forced teachers to adjust their capabilities to the new environment and to resort to reskilling and upskilling strategies, so as to better cope with the unique, unprecedented educational setting.

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