CEPS Journal : Center for Educational Policy Studies Journal

Articles from Vol. 3, No. 2, 2013

A Croatian Study of Practitioners' and Kindergarten Teacher Students' Opinions of Their Role in Children's Lives
In the project Methods and Models in the Education of Preschool Children in Kindergartens conducted at the Faculty of Teacher Education in Zagreb, we were interested in practitioners' and kindergarten teacher students' opinions, motivation, satisfaction,...
Community Resilience and the Fulfilment of Child Rights in the Family, School and Community
The present paper presents the experience of researching the resilience of the local community and the fulfilment of the rights of the child. The aim of research was to place the assessment of the rights of the child in the function of local community...
Editorial
The second issue of the third volume of the CEPS Journal focuses on the school and its environment. A wide range of topics can fit into this domain, as each school is embedded in its social context on many levels. The social and cultural aspects of the...
Life-Cycle Thinking in Inquiry-Based Sustainability Education - Effects on Students' Attitudes towards Chemistry and Environmental Literacy
The aim of the present study is to improve the quality of students' environmental literacy and sustainability education in chemistry teaching by combining the socio-scientific issue of life-cycle thinking with inquiry- based learning approaches. This...
Pre-Primary Education of Roma Children in Serbia: Barriers and Possibilities
In Serbia, as in the other countries of the Western Balkans and South-Eastern Europe, the most disadvantaged communities belong to the Roma minority. The present paper demonstrates the conditions of Roma preschool children in Serbia: primarily their...
School and the Cultural-Heritage Environment: Pedagogical, Creative and Artistic Aspects
The present paper explores the idea that learning, both in and out of school, is a cultural act, and that school and its cultural-heritage environment stamp their own characteristics on pupils. This implies that pupils gradually, with the help of teachers...
Some Aspects of Collaboration in Inclusive Education - Teachers' Experiences
The main aim of the present article is to analyse some aspects of collaboration in inclusive educational practice in Croatian schools by analysing teachers' experiences. Special attention is devoted to the professional support resources available to...
The Establishment of School Social Work in Austria - from a Project to a Regular Offer
The contribution introduces the present situation and the basic challenges of school social work in Austria. Starting with the perception of a developing "knowledge society" (Höhne, 2004), school is seen as a life place at which social subjects and problems...
The School and Society [Sola in Druzba]. Afterword Studies by Slavko Gaber and Ana Pesikan
Dewey, J. (2012). The School and Society [Sola in druzba]. Afterword studies by Slavko Gaber and Ana Pesikan. Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education. 140 pp., ISBN 978-961-253-060-0.Philosopher, psychologist and educator John Dewey...
Towards a Concept of Parental Authority in Adolescence
The notion of authority is common in the literature on parent-child relationships. However, the notion of 'parental authority' remains largely unspecified. The present article first critically reviews conceptualisations of parental authority in selected...
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