University "Transylvania" of Brasov

National College of Informatics
"Grigore Moisil"
  1. Campean Alexandru
  2. Nacu Cristian
  3. Teofanescu Tudor
  4. Ardelean Timotei
  5. Ardelean Razvan
  6. Hagiu Naomi
  7. Trett Stefan

National College "Dr. Ioan Mesota"
Prof. Octavian POLEXA
  1. Berescu Andreea
  2. Danu Manuela
  3. Biro Anna
  4. Stefan Irina
  5. Muntean Bogdan
  6. Mircea Sorin
  7. Danet Bianca
  8. Tristu Dragos
  9. Petre Cella
  10. Anghel Maria
  11. Nicoara Maria
  12. Popa Antonia
Behind every school and every teacher is a set of related beliefs--a philosophy of education--that influences what and how students are taught.

A philosophy of education represents answers to questions about the purpose of schooling, a teacher's role, and what should be taught and by what methods.
Student-centered philosophies are more focused on individual needs, contemporary relevance, and preparing students for a changing future. School is seen as an institution that works with youth to improve society or help students realize their individuality. Progressivism, social reconstructionism, and existentialism place the learner at the center of the educational process: Students and teachers work together on determining what should be learned and how best to learn it.