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Scalability of Learners’ Success Rates in e-Learning: A Survey Study of the Learners’ Perspectives

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Cross-Cultural Communication and Collaboration: Case of an International e-Learning Project

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Examining Learners’ Interaction in an Open Online Course Through the Community of Inquiry Framework

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Nigerian Students’ Perceptions and Cultural Meaning Construction regarding Academic Integrity in the Online International Classroom

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Who are the Open Learners? A Comparative Study Profiling Non-Formal Users of Open Educational Resources

. Glover, I., & Latif, F. (2013). Investigating Perceptions and Potential of Open Badges in Formal Higher Education. In J. Herrington, A. Couros & V. Irvine (Eds.), Proceedings of EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2013 (pp. 1398-1402). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). 16. Goligoski, E. (2012). Motivating the Learner: Mozilla’s Open Badges Program. Access To Knowledge: A Course Journal, 4 (1). Retrieved from 17. Hewlett (n.d.). Open

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Differences Between Regular and Distance Education in a Teacher’s Training Program

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Learners’ Perceptions on the Structure and Usefulness of e-Resources for the Thesis Courses

References 1. Aghaee, N. (2013) Finding potential problems in the thesis process in higher education: Analysis of e-mails to develop a support system. In Education and Information Technologies, online. DOI:10.1007/s10639-013-9262-z, 2. Aghaee, N. and Hansson, H. (2013). Peer Portal: Quality enhancement in thesis writing using self-managed peer review on a mass scale. In The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 14(1), (pp. 186

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Intercultural Blended Design Considerations: A Case Study of a Nordic-Baltic Course in Autism Intervention

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Giftedness as a Possible Risk of Bullying

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The Reception of Education for Patriotism in Contemporary Polish Education


The aim of the article is to present the perception of upbringing to patriotism in contemporary Polish education and to make the reader sensitive to the importance of the topic of love for the homeland in today’s world. The analysis of the research problem begins with presenting the key terms, such as ‘patriotism’ and ‘upbringing to patriotism’. Next, the article presents selected issues from school curriculums and their analysis paying special attention to developing the attitude of love for one’s homeland. The following part of the article analyses selected elements of the National Curriculum, which is the basis for patriotic education. The aim of the article is also to prompt scientific reflection and to inspire others to create programs for teaching to patriotism.

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