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The School Culture Heritage of the Reformation


On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, this essay analyses those educational innovations in the history of central European education that were introduced by the Church reform in the 16th century, following these modernizations and their further developments through the spreading of the universal school systems in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Drawing examples from the innovations in the college culture of the period, the author emphasises that those pedagogical values established in the 16th century are not only valid today, but are exemplary from the point of view of contemporary education. From these the author highlights: pupils’ autonomy (in the form of various communities), cooperation with the teachers and school management and the relative pluralism of values.

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The European Dimensions of Vocational Training

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Social Exclusion and Inclusion in the Czech Republic and in South Africa: Comparison and Facts

Question of Ethnic Composition of Pupils of Former Special Schools. 2012. Public Defender of Rights. Brno. Retrieved February 22, 2016. ( ) Roma and non-Roma in the Labour Market in Central and South Eastern Europe. 2012. Roma Inclusion Working Papers. UNDP Europe and the CIS, Bratislava. Retrieved March 16, 2016. ( ) Roma Education IN Comparative Perspective. 2011. Roma Inclusion

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Transformation and Trend of Doctoral Education in China and Poland (1980s – 2010s). A Comparative Study

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Intellectual Leadership of Researchers in Higher Education: Relationship Between the Demographic Factors and Roles (Lithuanian Context)

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Social Representations of Suntanning and Conditional Beach Practices in China

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Euroisation in the Western Balkans: The Evidence for Macedonian Economy

2008 - July 2014). European Commission (2014), “Screening Report Montenegro: Chapter 17 - Economic and Monetary Policy”, MD 29/14, 7.03.2014. Herrero G.A., Glöckler G., (2000), „Options for Latin America in a globalised World: a regional monetary union versus dollarisation“, European Central Bank, Frankfurt. International Monetary Fund (2012), Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: Selected Issues, IMF Country Report. No. 12/134, Washington, p.16 International Monetary Fund (2015), Former Yugoslav

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