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Physical Education Teachers in the High School of Užice from its Establishment Until the Beginning of the First World War (1839 - 1914)

REFERENCES 1. Group of Authors. Историја Титовог Ужица – до 1918. (History of Titovo Užice) : Istorijski institut iz Beograda i Narodni muzej iz Titovog Užica, 1989. 2. Zlatić, O. „Fizičko vaspitanje u Užičkoj gimnaziji od osnivanja do početka Prvog svetskog rata (1839-1914)“. (Physical Education in High School of Užice from its Foundation until the First World War (1839-1914)“. Masgistarska teza, Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Belgrade, 2016. 3. Ignjić, Stevan, Milutin Pašić, Dragutin Korać, Vojislav Lazović. Užička

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Efficiency of Teaching Based on the Comparison of Textbooks

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Conceptualising professional communities among teachers

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An Inclusive Secondary School in Bratislava

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Immigrant Students: The Attitudes and Perceptions of Teaching Staff

-Hilaire, A. (2002). The social adaptation of children of Mexican immigrants: Educational aspirations beyond junior high school. Social Science Quarterly, 83 (4), 1026-1043. DOI: 10.1111/1540-6237.00131. Timmermans, A. C., Kuyper, H., & Werf, G. (2015). Accurate, inaccurate, or biased teacher expectations: Do Dutch teachers differ in their expectations at the end of primary education? British Journal of Educational Psychology, 85(4), 459-478. Taylor, S.J., & Bogdan, R. (2010). Introducción a los métodos cualitativos de investigación. Barcelona: Paidós. Van

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Never Let Me Down: A Case-study of Slovenian Policy Measures to Prevent Early School Leaving

. European Journal of Education , 48 (3), 378–389. https://doi.org/10.1111/ejed.12036 Černoša, S. (2012). Razvoj sistema izobraževanja v Sloveniji v luči uresničevanja skupnih evropskih ciljev analiza uresničevanja ciljev “Izobraževanje in usposabljanje 2010” 2000-2010 [The development of the education system in Slovenia in light of implement the common European objectives: Analysis of achieving the objectives of “Education and Training 2010” 2000-2010] . Ljubljana: Pedagoški inštitut. Commission of the European Communities. (2009). Progress towards the Lisbon

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