ERIC Number: ED381536
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994-Nov
Reference Count: N/A
Teacher Training and the Educational System in Poland. Some Notes.
Hult, Hakan, Ed.
This volume contains 12 papers on teacher training in Poland. Many reflect a special collaborative relationship between the Departments of Education at universities in Gdansk and Linkoping. The papers are: "Teacher Training-Between Atomism and Holism" (Joanna Rutkowiak); "Following-Applying-Seeking Inspiration as Possible Varieties of Dialogue with the Pedagogy of Celestin Freinet" (Wanda Frankiewicz); "Teachers in Poland--Their Education, Professional Qualifications and Duties (to the Beginning of the 20th Century)" (Lech Mokrzecki); "The Training of Teachers in the Renascent Poland of the Pre-War Period" (Janina Siwoszko); "The Education and Betterment of Teachers in Executive Posts in Polish Education in the Post-War Period" (Janina Siwoszko, Jozef Zerko); "A Concept of the University Training of Teachers in Poland" (Jan Zebrowski); "The Training of Staff for the Needs of Extra-School Adult Education" (Barbara Z. Malecka and Jozef Zerko); "Teacher's Preparation and His Work with Gifted Students" (Jan Papiez); "Teachers Schooling for the Needs of Special Education for the Mentally Retarded" (Halina Borzyszkowska, Dorota Krzeminska); "The Changing Approaches towards Educating Teachers for Mentally Disabled Children in Poland after World War II" (Danuta Grzybowska, Romuald Grzybowski); "Integrated Education Model for the Chemistry Students of Gdansk University" (Elzbieta Kowalik); and "Preparation of Teachers to the Educational Application of Computers" (Grazyna Penkowska). Most papers contain references. (JB)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Chemistry, Computer Uses in Education, Educational History, Educational Philosophy, Elementary Secondary Education, European History, Foreign Countries, Gifted, Higher Education, Mental Retardation, Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Teacher Role, World War I, World War II
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Linkoping Univ. (Sweden). Dept. of Education and Psychology.
Identifiers - Location: Poland