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Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Edukologija / Education (S007)
Author(s): Milko, Alikas
Supervisor: Kvieskienė, Giedre
Title: Moksleivių savivaldos matmenys kaip demokratinio ugdymo prielaida
Other Title: Self-government of students is a mean of democratic bringing up
Extent: 51 p.
Date: 19-Jun-2004
Keywords: demokratija;pilietiškumas;Moksleivių savivalda;bendruomenė
Abstract: Self – government is a very important part of all educational institution including creativity at school. While developing the democratic life’s experience of students, teachers and parents, the self – government at the same time can raise possibilities for school as for the organisation, which is in the process of learning. Self – government helps to create democratic and humanistic life for the school community. The self – government areas should be concrete; its functions should be fixed in the structure of school – government and statute. The concrete activities form traditions of self – government as a school life’s standard. On reality self – government exists only if students are the organisers of the school life, fell and act as the hosts of the institution. Students themselves plan, organise, have an idea of the perspective, estimate activities and the results. They are the subjects of activities; they themselves create and rule their life. Teacher’s responsibility is to organise these activities systematically, actively, paying attention to the aims. They also have to improve the relationship between students and teachers. However nowadays students self – government as the mean of democratic bringing up is rarely explored.
Appears in Collections:VDU, ASU ir LEU iki / until 2018

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