Czech-polish historical and pedagogical journal

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ISSN / EISSN : 1803-6546 / 2336-1654
Published by: Masaryk University Press (10.5817)
Total articles ≅ 170
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Nadiia Brit, Olha Sushkevych, Aliona Solodchuk, Nataliia Shulga
Czech-polish historical and pedagogical journal, Volume 12, pp 189-200;

The article focuses on the project method as a teaching tool, which activates teacher and students’ roles in learning English. We reveal our experience of implementing project activities to develop different communicative skills such as speaking, reading, listening, and writing. The paper deals with special approaches while developing project stages for each skill. In the article, listening skills are presented as the most difficult ones for the students to acquire within the project method activity. Even the most advanced learners need to prolong working on listening and will find that there are some words or collocations which are difficult to understand the first time they hear them. It can be stated that project method implementation into class activities comprises all language skills which are interconnected, meanwhile, reading skills are the basis of writing activity and enlarge an individual’s vocabulary, knowledge about the world around or inner outlook. Listening skills prepare for better understanding, responding and proceed to further information in the process of learning. It is also emphasized that development of speaking skills with the project method provide easier communication for a speaker in different speech areas, which can lead to the higher professional development.
Michal Černý
Czech-polish historical and pedagogical journal, Volume 12, pp 53-65;

Cyberspace gradually becomes a place (state, space) in which more and more interactions between users take place. The boundaries between online and offline are progressively being washed away, and it will be increasingly important to be able to work with it adequately for research in pedagogy and historiography. I aimed to create an empirical probe into how the term “cyberspace” works by students of the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University in Brno, or how they perceive it. For the research, I used the study of metaphors.
Alicja Szerląg
Czech-polish historical and pedagogical journal, Volume 12, pp 3-16;

The everyday life of the young generation is to a large extent determined by cultural differences of different origin. Hence the challenge for the education which in its traditional form is not capable of coping with multiculturalism with all its attributes. The need for changes stems from, inter alia, the cultural diversity of societies as a result of migration, in relation to which integration is highlighted as an important process in the construction of the intercultural space of a multicultural society. Therefore, the cultural differentiation of the society, integration and the search for socio-cultural synergy all create a need for education that would equip the young generation, having different cultural self-identifications, with the desired social, civic and intercultural competences. The paper proposes a model approach to education focussed on such issues.
Violetta Drabik-Podgórna
Czech-polish historical and pedagogical journal, Volume 12, pp 30-42;

My goal in this paper is to present what is referred to as the life design paradigm as a new, viable approach to career design which takes into account the new contexts cursorily outlined above. Drawing on the notion of chaos as a tool for describing today’s world, I seek to show how the concept can help us conceptualise the changing systems of work organisation, people’s biographies and applicatory potentials of career counselling theories. By doing this, I to make the case for the pertinence and utility of the intervention model proposed by Mark L. Savickas and his collaborators.
Olena Nevmerzhytska, Myroslav Pahuta
Czech-polish historical and pedagogical journal, Volume 12, pp 153-162;

In the current context, we are confronted with controversial views on the family and family education, which are caused by the complex conditions in which the family organism must function. Therefore, it is important to study the views of the past eminent figures on family education for the purposes of predicting the ways of development of the modern family. Andrey Sheptytsky, the head of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, viewed the role of the family and the peculiarities of its educational function in the context of the neo-Thomism philosophy, but the characteristic feature of his views is democracy. He professed the democratism of family relations between spouses, as well as between parents and children. He expressed his views on the main goals of family education, its content and methods, which remain largely relevant today.
Oleksiy Karamanov
Czech-polish historical and pedagogical journal, Volume 12, pp 146-152;

The article analyzes the peculiarities of organizing learning in a museum in the system of smart education with modern smart technologies aimed at the process of gaining skills and competencies for flexible and adapted interaction with social, economic and technological environment. Smart technologies are emphasized to not only allow creating the effect of presence but also to advance the content sharing, change its quality, and ensure the possibility of communication between all the participants of the educational process. The phenomenon of learning in a museum is viewed in the context of gamification, edutainment, the storytelling technique and the project method. The opportunities of using smart technologies in museums as centres of communication, studying and leisure in the context of a modern knowledge society are defined.
Ewa Barnaś-Bara
Czech-polish historical and pedagogical journal, Volume 12, pp 97-111;

In 2019 in Rzeszów the XVIII World Festival of the Polish community folk groups was held. The festivals have been organized since 1969, being the Song and Dance Group of Olza one of their most frequent participants. Rzeszów hosted other groups from the Czech Republic which were equally successful. The groups are widely-recognized in their own country receiving many prizes and awards in there. The paper indicates the different dimensions of Polish-Czech integration, namely personal, linguistic, educational, cultural and behavioral. The activities undertaken by the concert organizers as well as the individual effort of the participants and the audience alike made that creating the community, integration and building contacts between different nationalities, regions and cultures was possible. The main source constituted the materials collected at the Centre of Research on the Poles and the Polish community in the world of the University of Rzeszów as well as the press articles published locally and nationally.
Jolanta Lipińska – Lokś
Czech-polish historical and pedagogical journal, Volume 12, pp 43-52;

The idea of social integration of people with disabilities is widely known, accepted and implemented in many areas of social life. It should be noted, however, that in more than forty years history of promoting integration in Poland, significant changes regarding the very concept of integration and understanding the determinants of its effects have been visible. The experience of teachers undertaking integrative teaching and scientific reflection have been the source of these changes, changes regarding: static (state)/dynamic (process) approach to integration, individual/social dimension of integration of people with disabilities, total/fragmentary nature of social integration are the most radical. In the aspect of changes in terms of social integration, particular attention is devoted to the conditions of integration in education of children with disabilities: positive attitudes of children towards disabled peers, preparation of a child with disability for integration, teacher - his knowledge, skills, attitude.
Svitlana Sysoieva, Natalia Dichek
Czech-polish historical and pedagogical journal, Volume 12, pp 132-145;

In the context of intensification of Europe's migration processes at the beginning of the 21st century, intercultural communication of people resulted in readjustment of traditional systems of their norms and values; new values are being shaped while traditional ones are losing their dominant status. It is deemed necessary to shape a new cross-border and multicultural identity in the younger generations in order to prepare them to life in various cultural environments. A new standard of cultural awareness is to prevent possible effects of cultural shock, minimize such negative attitudes as national and racial prejudice. The objective of the paper is to outline results of the massive survey which involved students of higher educational institutions as well as senior students of secondary education institutions in Ukraine. The survey reflects the latest ethnic and intercultural ideas (representations) and values of Ukrainian youth, in particular their attitudes to the Poles as a separate nation and a close neighbour or ethnic minority residing in Ukraine.
Maria Czepil, Oresta Karpenko
Czech-polish historical and pedagogical journal, Volume 12, pp 112-121;

The theoretical principles of the national education of children and students in the Ukrainian pedagogy of Galicia during 1918–1939 are scrutinized in the article. The approaches of the Ukrainian educators to the educational ideal, the purpose, content and tasks of the national education have been systematized. The focus on the national values (the national idea, the national unity, the national self-esteem, the national awareness), which are not innate but are formed in the process of the personal development and gaining the social experience on a qualitatively new content of education, in which the national and universal values are closely intertwined. The basis of education is the Ukrainian national idea as a desire for state independence.
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