Volume 8/2006 okladka2013_m

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Contents

Editor’s preface

Social pedagogy

Andrzej Radziewicz-Winnicki, Teresa Wilk – “Education for Tomorrow” in the New Polish Order: Images of the Postmonocentric Global Society
abstract bibliography
Tomáš Hauer – Public Area and Globalization Antinomy
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Technology of education

Bronisław Siemieniecki – Research on Using Internet Workshops in Education
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Jana Kapounová, Kateøina Kostolányová, Jiží Pavlíček
– Theoretical Concepts, Sources and Technical Background of E-learning
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Katerina Kostolányová
– Modelling of Logistics of Educational Process in Petri Nets Environment
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Carmelo Cannarella, Valeria Piccioni – Training as an Innovation Device: Experiences in Dealing with Limitations of Conventional Technological Transfer
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Beata Oelszlaeger – A Few Remarks on Children’s Spontaneous Speech in Class
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Pedeutology

Jana Svobodová, Ivana Gejgušová, – Th e Communication Component in the Training of Future Mother-tongue Teachers
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Štefan Chudý – Solving Educational Situations by Modelling as a Means of Pedagogical Skills Development
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Special pedagogy

Jana Swierkoszová – Note Dyslexia
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Jiží Škoda, Pavel Doulík, Lenka Hajer-Müllerová – Concept of ‘Life’ Phenomenon for Pre-school Children
Psychology of Gender
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Eugenia Mandal – Personality of Men and Women – Similarities and Diff erences. Temporal and Cultural Trends
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Review

Marek Otisk – On Postmodernism, Writing Libraries and Language Vagabonds
Olga Zelinková – Expert opinion of the article Note Dyslexia. Author: PhDr. Jana Swierkoszová

Alistair Ross – Opinion Concerning “The New Educational Review”

Conferences

The 1st Symposium of Pedagogy and Psychology PhD Students Wrocław, Poland, 15–18 March 2007 “Human relations and nowadays challenges”

Invitation to attend an International Scientific Conference on Education in a Knowledge–based Society: Ambiguities in Educational, Social and Cultural Reality