Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/98261
Type of publication: Kitos knygos / Other books (K4d)
Field of Science: Istorija ir archeologija / History and archeology (H005)
Author(s): Kiveris, Antanas;Klimka, Libertas;Kniūraitė, Vida;Kundrotas, Gintautas
Title: Lietuvos edukologijos universiteto raidos bruožai / Antanas Kiveris, Libertas Klimka, Vida Kniūraitė, Gintautas Kundrotas ; sudarytojas Libertas Klimka
Other Title: Historical outline of the Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences
Extent: 79 p
Publishing data: Vilnius : Lietuvos edukologijos universiteto leidykla
Date: 2015
Keywords: Lietuvos edukologijos universitetas;Universiteto struktūrinė-administracinė raida;Universiteto istorija;1775-2015 m;Mokytojų seminarija;Respublikos pedagoginis institutas
ISBN: 9786094710148
Abstract: Leidinyje apžvelgiama Lietuvos edukologijos universiteto, pagrindinės mokyklų pedagogų kalvės, pažyminčios savo įkūrimo 80-metį, istorinės ištakos, pradedant nuo 1775 m., bei visa struktūrinė-administracinė raida Klaipėdoje, Panevėžyje ir Vilniuje, nulemta permainingų istorinių aplinkybių
The first seminarium of teacher training in Lithuania was acting in 1775–1781 at Jesuit’s residence in Lukiškės, Vilnius. The idea of the higher level learning of teachers was hold up by the head of Commision of National Education bishop Ignacy Jakub Massalski (1726–1794). It was the age of the European Enlightenment in science and culture, which also occurred in Lithuania – Polish State. The Institute for the purpose of teachers training was arranged in 1783. The total number of students was about 20; all of them were supported by the state payment. The programme of the studies was enlarged by adding the full course of gymnasium disciplines at the level of the university. Many of the postgraduates of the Institute become the famous in the field of science and culture. The closure of the Institute by Russia power occurred in 1832 after the upraising for the independency of the country. Rapid development of economics and culture of the Republic of Lithuania in the 4th decade of the 20th century accelerated the reform of general education. While implementing its measures, first of all, teachers for six-year primary schools had to be trained. The Ministry of Education set up a commission who drafted a law on Pedagogical institutes. On 1 July 1935 taking the latter document for the background the Act by the President of the Republic Antanas Smetona was passed. It declared the establishment of the first institution of higher education of a pedagogical profile in Klaipėda. The choice of location for the institution was made due to the intention to enhance political and cultural integration of the West coast of Lithuania. Dr. Vytautas Soblys, a graduate of the University of Sorbonne, a licentiate degree in Philosophy holder, was appointed Headmaster of the Institute. Mečislovas Mačernis, a former principal of Tauragė gymnasium, became an inspector. [...]
Internet: http://elaba.lvb.lt/ELABA:eLABa_Repository:ELABAPDB14447242
http://elaba.lvb.lt/ELABA:eLABa_Repository:ELABAPDB14447242
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Švietimo akademija
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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