Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny

Journal Information
ISSN : 0023-5938
Published by: University of Warsaw (10.32346)
Total articles ≅ 180
Filter:

Latest articles in this journal

Miłosz Mółka
Published: 9 October 2020
Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny pp 76-102; https://doi.org/10.31338/2657-6007.kp.2020-2.5

Abstract:
The article presents an example of the implementation of one of the narrative study methods, which aims to develop pedagogical implications constituting the premises for building the theory and/or designing educational activities. This goal set the line of reasoning from determining the significance of biographical research in pedagogy, by demonstrating the scientific value of the narrative, to showing how to study (auto)biographical narration using the procedure of interaction analysis.
Irena Przybylska
Published: 9 October 2020
Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny pp 39-53; https://doi.org/10.31338/2657-6007.kp.2020-2.3

Abstract:
The purpose of this paper is to indicate a relationship between codes and transmission of emotional culture patterns. The theoretical framework is Basil Bernstein’s concept, which is applied to describe emotional culture scripts in their different communication contexts. It is assumed and discussed that both open-role and closed-role systems, and the corresponding elaborated and restricted codes influence children’s emotional competence. It is probable that in the open-role system, the patterns of emotional culture are more individualistic, while in the restricted-code more collective. An open-code educational situation involves talking about emotions and is based on self-control. On the other hand, a restricted-code may result in poor emotional language and lack of internal control. In adopting a sociolinguistic lens I wanted to draw attention to the importance of communication of and about emotions in the educational environment. The article ends with a comparison of emotional competence dimensions formed in different communication systems.
Dagna Dejna, Filip Nalaskowski
Published: 9 October 2020
Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny pp 103-124; https://doi.org/10.31338/2657-6007.kp.2020-2.6

Abstract:
This article presents the most important aims and conduction of the “Patriotic Studies” project, carried by us. Research was carried out in Poland, Russia, Turkey, Georgia and Romania. We present the foundations of our decisions, and methodological solutions in fields of: aims, identification of the most important ideas, state of knowledge, research inspirations. We present the chosen research method, sample, and tested environments. In addition, the article contains the reconstruction of selected aspects of Pierre Bourdieu’s theory, on which we based our strategy. The described research has the comparative and international nature. Three main aims were established: measuring the level and scope of identification with the state and society among the university students, measuring the level of social, economic and cultural capital of the examined youth and examining the correlation between them and the level of identification with the state and society manifested by the respondents, as well as determining and examining the possible correlations between the patriotic attitude (the degree of identification with the state and society) and the field of study, the country of residence and the level of symbolic capital.
Published: 9 October 2020
Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny pp 54-75; https://doi.org/10.31338/2657-6007.kp.2020-2.4

Abstract:
The article presents the views of Zygmunt Bugajski on the issue of physical education in prisons of the Second Polish Republic. Bugajski was one of the main representatives of the Polish penitentiary thought in the years 1918–1939. Many of his thoughts were accomplished. Physical education was also brought to prisons. The article presents his thoughts on physical exercises, but also (as far as the sources allowed) their practical applications in prisons of interwar Poland. Increased interest in physical education as a form of social rehabilitation ended in the early 1930s. Bugajski played an important role in this, being not only responsible for introducing legal functions, but also covering the theoretical foundations presented in his work: “Education and physical education in prisons” published in 1929. Bugajski was murdered by NKVD in the spring of 1940 in Katyn.
Małgorzata Obrycka
Published: 9 October 2020
Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny pp 9-27; https://doi.org/10.31338/2657-6007.kp.2020-2.1

Abstract:
The issue stated in the title is an attempt to understand the profound changes that have taken place in the culture of ethical education related to the relationship between humans and nature. The subject of analysis is linked to the need to promote interpersonal and interspecies humanitarianism. The author refers here to the educational activities aimed at shaping attitudes of respect for all living beings. The theoretical plane covers the ideas developed within the framework of the trend known as post-humanism. In this paper, the stance is that upbringing in humanitarianism is a great capacity that must be developed in children and adults. This is an ethical capacity for a community-oriented and respectful coexistence.
Jarema Drozdowicz
Published: 9 October 2020
Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny pp 28-38; https://doi.org/10.31338/2657-6007.kp.2020-2.2

Abstract:
The issue of migration is now becoming part of a wider debate on cultural diversity. This article explores selected aspects of this debate in the context of school education. A relatively new subdiscipline, the anthropology of education, is indicated as a useful perspective in this matter. Anthropological research on migration and cultural differences in general can be regarded here as a scientific reconstruction of the processes that lead to the construction of otherness. The cultural figure of a migrant in particular serves as an example of these processes in the context of European education. Western concepts of otherness thus build large part of the current political and social debates on migration and the presence of migrants in the educational milieu. The article examines these concepts in relation to the main contemporary migration trends visible in the West.
Published: 9 October 2020
Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny pp 177-189; https://doi.org/10.31338/2657-6007.kp.2020-2.10

Abstract:
The paper presents the results of research on the level of self-esteem of participants of high seas cruises that implement the idea of sail training and are a non-standard form of informal education. The study involved 124 people, including 65 girls and 59 boys aged 13 to 18 years old, who can be considered as youth with special educational needs. They were participants of the Krzysztof Baranowski School Under Sails in 2015 and 2016, the cruise of the 42nd General Secondary School in Warsaw in 2016 and the Catholic School Under Sails in 2017. The results show a statistically significant increase in the level of self-esteem measured with the SES scale. The level of self-esteem of participants after the cruise is significantly higher than that of their peers from standardisation groups. It can be assumed that various types of Schools Under Sails are an attractive way to educate young people.
Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny, Volume 65, pp 99-115; https://doi.org/10.32346/2657-6007.kp.2020-1.6

Abstract:
Education in prison conditions is mostly focused on resocialization. In Poland, imprisonment also aims to educate and motivate people to lead a generally acceptable lifestyle. To achieve this, penitentiary institutions use appropriate educational measures by means of which changes in the personality of the convict are created. One of such methods is the introduction of education. In order to facilitate the selection of the educational content for the school’s didactic and educational tasks, it is necessary to make the inclusion of learning objectives more concrete and operational. By definition, prison schools help convicts in intellectual transformation as well as arousing interests. They are also helpful in building positive personal qualities, deepening competences in the field of ability to behave in difficult situations, etc. Education allows the convict to obtain professional and life maturity, and also teaches competition and teamwork. teamwork. Apart from scientific requirements about choosing appropriate educational content there are also some program concepts such as pedagogical theories about selecting the content of education.
Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny, Volume 65, pp 9-26; https://doi.org/10.32346/2657-6007.kp.2020-1.1

Abstract:
The sense of community is recognised as a key category favouring the development of local communities, conducive to the growth of social activity, supporting the activation of internal resources of the group in the field of solving social problems. The main goal of the article is to show the possibility of using the assumptions of the theory of community-relatedness in pedagogical research. The author indicates how much and to what extent the sense of community is complementing the area of research of contemporary local environments. The analysis of research on the sense of community conducted by American and European researchers determines possible areas and directions of research with particular emphasis on social participation in the local space.
Emilia Mazurek
Kwartalnik Pedagogiczny, Volume 65, pp 65-81; https://doi.org/10.32346/2657-6007.kp.2020-1.4

Abstract:
Evaluation is an important element in Polish education, especially in reference to schools. This article deals with the evaluation process in homeschooling. It talks about forms and functions of evaluation in homeschooling. It describes how homeschoolers can use this process in their activities.
Back to Top Top