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References Akar Öztürk, E. (2007). In-service training needs of biology teachers and observed local differences. Education and Science, 32(143), 68-79. Armstrong, C., & LeHew, M. (2011). Scrutinizing the explicit, the implicit and the unsustainable: A model for holistic transformation of a course for sustainability. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 13(2), 17-43, DOI: 10.2478/ v10099-011-0012-2. Bakutytė, R., & Ušeckienė, L. (2010). In-service training of pre-school pedagogues as a way towards sustainable development. Discourse and Communication

Educators' Professional and Personal Growth: A Case Study of European Teachers' In-Service Training Courses

In this paper, we consider the development of teachers' emotional skills by using arts and skills. In the theoretical background, we focus on the modern theories of motivation, learning and school culture and on cultural theories (Sapher & King, 1985) of school environments and views of learning. The main problem is to determine which skills the teachers can achieve during intensive training of emotional skills and arts. In the paper, we have used the course evaluations and post-evaluation material from one of the Comenius courses held in Cyprus in October 2008. The findings show that, in spite of the school culture, all the methods for teaching emotional skills can also be used for the personal and professional growth of teachers. Teachers' well-being and a positive school environment are essential in sustainable development and education.

(3), 361–376. Kabadayi, A. (2016). A suggested in-service training model based on Turkish preschool teachersí conceptions for sustainable development. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 18(1), 5–15. doi: 10.1515/jtes-2016-0001 Lawless, K. A., & Pellegrino, J. W. (2007). Professional development in integrating technology into teaching and learning: Knowns, unknowns, and ways to pursue better questions and answers. Review of Educational Research, 77(4), 575–614. Ministry of Education, China (2012a). Professional Standards for Primary School Teachers. China

Randma, T. (2002). Public Personnel Management, In: Wright, G., and Nemec, J. (Eds.) Public Management in the Central and Eastern European Transitions: Concept and Cases. pp. 198-199, NISPAcee, Bratislava. Saner, R., Strehl, F., & Yiu, L. (1997). In-Service Training as an Instrument for Organizational Change in Public Administration. Brussels: IIAS/IASIA. Scriven, M. (1991). Evaluation thesaurus , 4th edn., Sage, Newbury Park. Škraba, A., Kljajić, M., & Leskovar, R. (2003). Group exploration of system dynamics models - is there a place for a feedback loop in the

Sustainable Education, 8(1), 19-31. Demir, S., & Bozkurt, A. (2011). Primary mathematics teachers’ views about their competencies concerning the integration of technology. Elementary Education Online, 1 0(3), 850-860. Durak, H., Sarıtepeci, M., & Çakır, H. (2016). An in-service training of teachers on the model proposal: web-based in-service professional development model. Journal of Computer and Education Research, 4(8), 222-248. Egne, R. M. (2014). Gender equality in public higher education institutions of Ethiopia: The case of science, technology, engineering, and


The paper presents articles published in the “Szkoła Specjalna” (“Special School”) magazine between 1924 and 1939, devoted to the accomplishments of special education in the world. In this period, knowledge about the modern foreign accomplishments in the area of education and care for people with disabilities was conducive to better organisation of the domestic system of special education and had fundamental significance for education and in-service training of special education teachers. In the analysed period, approx. 30 articles referring to foreign accomplishments in this discipline were published in “Szkoła Specjalna.”


The high operational cost of exploitation of armaments in near-battle conditions and numerous restrictions in use of the battle equipment in places of permanent deployment have contributed to seek new training methods. In recent years, there has been a rapid development of simulators used in the process of education and in-service training associated with the technological advancement and the modernization of the armed forces of the Republic of Poland. In this article, an experimental model of the simulator was introduced for the operator of manual tracking (RS) using a visual system. This model was built by the authors as part of their master’s thesis. It allows either manual or automatic tracking of targets against the simulated background and gives a grade to the operator based on the accuracy achieved while tracking the target. The solution suggested by the authors may raise the effectiveness of training of operators using television- optical systems, as well as reduce the associated operating costs of the weaponry.

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America , New York 1961, p. 193. [10] Hall S., Kodowanie i dekodowanie , Przekazy i Opinie, no. 1/2, 1987. [11] Act of 6 April 1990 on the Police (Journal of Laws 2017, item 2067, as amended). [12] Decision No 405 of 22 December 2016 of the Police Commander-in-Chief on the basic vocational training programme (Journal of Laws KGP (NPH), item 77, as amended). [13] Reports on vocational training and in-service training organised and carried out by the police- 2009-2017 reports, Komenda Główna Policji (National Police Headquarters). [14] Ordinance of the Minister of

vasak käsi on paremast osavam [When the left hand is more capable than the right hand]. Tervis [Health], 11, 52-54. Kopietz, G. & Sommer, J. (1999) Kas hädas lastega? [Problems with children?]. Tallinn: Kunst. Koppel, K. (2005) Õpetaja täiendkoolitus [Class teachers, primary teachers and their in-service training]. Haridus [Education], 6/7, 23-25. Kramer, J. (1970) Linkshändigkeit [Left-handedness]. Erscheinungsformen. Solothurn. Kula, P. (2000) Vasakukäeliste algklassiõpilaste toimetulek koolis ja igapäevaelus [Left-handed primary school children