Humanities and Social Sciences

Rocznik Pedagogiczny


Rocznik Pedagogiczny | 2013 | Tom 36 |

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In this article I present the main assumptions and discuss issues of pedagogy as a science and the field of education during a special meeting of the Committee of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. I focus on the institutional leaders in science teaching who are rectors and deans of Faculties of Education in Poland. Moreover, they are co-authors of relevant teaching and research solutions in science teaching. In the age of growing crisis in the academic community we can, as educators, discuss how no to be to be surprised by pathogenic processes and events, but how to be able to counteract them. Furthermore, how to show representatives of other academic disciplines and structures of learning, how to deal with common to us problems.
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Bogusław Śliwerski
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The motto of the article signals that ‘the great cultural change’ on the turn of the 20th century is going to be the context for reflections on the identity of pedagogy. The problem of identity has always been controversial; however, it is particularly visible in the circumstances of change. In the article I attempt to weaken the argumentation used by the advocates of marginalising that problem in an academic discourse in order to remind statements of leaders of Polish pedagogy encouraging undertaking the problems of the identity of pedagogy. I also try to convince the reader that it is possible to form important questions about the new connection between pedagogy and educational practice in the context of a discourse about the identity of pedagogy.
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Teresa Hejnicka-Bezwińska
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The article discusses the problem of counteracting academic promotion won on the basis of apparent achievements. Attention was drawn to the growing problem of so-called “Slovak habilitation and degrees”, to the pedagogical promotion of persons from outside of pedagogy that is not justified by achievements of good quality, but is based on popular science publications, to the phenomenon of softening and ignoring negative reviews and the reviewers’ tendency to mitigate the final conclusions of their opinions. Some ways to prevent promotional pathology are also recommended as worth using in academic practices.
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Dorota Klus-Stańska
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In this text is taken the issue of doctoral studies as the highest level of formal education as well as the first stage of their research careers. Use the category of “critical mass” I put questions about the PhD program in the discipline of Pedagogy. One of the context of analysis of “critical mass” is the number of the pedagogy students I and II degree and the social contexts of education as well as employability qualified pedagogs. Then, I ask, who and why needs a PhD in pedagogy. At the end I discuss the European trends in doctoral education with comparing it to the dominance the administrative and bureaucratic approach to doctoral studies in Poland.
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Maria Czerepaniak-Walczak
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American higher education work in an era of academic capitalism. Addressing the financial support to students, not to universities and accreditation of colleges by private institutions create mechanisms of that capitalism. It is a strategy of financial revolution in higher education. There are more and more university presidents from the “managerial class”. All academics have lost their professional security. Students are academically adrift and their learning is limited. For that reasons universities have to fulfill partly new roles: sorting students. Weaving them and cooling those, who were promised to much.
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Eugenia Potulicka
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The paper deals with different approaches used in engineering education. It analyses concepts of engineering curricula, methods of education and technical means used. The main dilemma is represented by “teacher oriented” and “student oriented” concept of engineering education.
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Alena Vališová
Pavel Andres
Jiří Měřička

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Jolanta Lausch-Żuk
Krystyna Błachnio
Beata Tylewska-Nowak
Danuta Kopeć
Marzena Buchnat
Katarzyna Pawelczak
Anna Drozdowicz
Aneta Wojciechowska
Monika Karwacka
Sandra Krajczy
Aleksandra Załustowicz
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The purpose of this paper is to examine the mechanisms of classification and discursive representation of the poor and their everyday life, that result in dehumanization and orientalization of their image. Research data (press articles) was analyzed in the framework of theories such as the Bourdieu’s theory of symbolic power, post-colonial studies and discourse theory. The representation of everyday life was analyzed using the theory of real and symbolic localization. The use of the abovementioned theories enabled the author to describe the processes in which the poor are discursively reconstructed as Others. The identity of the “Other” is (falsely) attributed to the poor by localizing them, within the constructed representations of the places they inhabit
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Karolina Starego
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The article is an illustration of everyday life of marginalized children belonging to indigenous peoples. It elucidates selected aspects of everyday life of marginalized Ba’Aka children in Central Africa at the beginning of the 21 st century. The problem of Pygmy children’s everyday life is presented by means of words, and assisted with images.
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Urszula Markowska-Manista
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This article is an attempt to apply the conceptual framework of social stigma and some specific strategies of coping with stigma, for the interpretations of interviews with young Jehovah’s Witnesses, representing high schools from Bialystok. According to several studies, the followers of the Watchtower Society – compared to members of other churches and religious – are faced with the most negative reactions of social audience, not only in Poland but also in other countries around the world. The presence of religion class in Polish schools produces specific conditions, in which the student religious identity becomes visible. Therefore, everyday classroom experiences of such students can be – compared to catholic majority and other religious minorities – much more difficult, involving not only potential negative stereotyping, but also the problem of how to deal with the school structural conditions, sometimes clearly being in conflict with the requirements of the Jehovah’s Witnesses religion.
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Marzena Rusaczyk
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The article sets a road map for an experimental research on the impact of the use of photographic images in teaching mathematics on the mathematical culture development of students. The included titles and descriptions are matched with visual (photo) metaphors which helps in reconstructing the cognitive process of the authors. This creates a foundation for implementing new methods in teaching mathematics based on photographic education.
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Małgorzata Makiewicz

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Komitet Redakcyjny:

Maria Dudzikowa – redaktor naczelny

Sylwia Jaskulska –sekretarz
Mateusz Marciniak - członek Komitetu Redakcyjnego


Rada Naukowa:

Zbigniew Kwieciński (Dolnośląska Szkoła Wyższa we Wrocławiu), Tadeusz Lewowicki (Wyższa Szkoła Pedagogiczna ZNP w Warszawie), Marian Nowak (Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski), Hein Retter (Uniwersytet Techniczny w Brunszwiku), Karel Rýdl (Uniwersytet w Pardubicach),  Piotr Szybek (Uniwersytet w Lund)


Redaktorzy tematyczni:

Maria Czerepaniak- Walczak (pedagogika szkoły wyższej)

Dorota Klus – Stańska (dydaktyka)

Stefan M. Kwiatkowski (kształcenie zawodowe)

Jerzy Nikitorowicz (edukacja międzykulturowa)

Kazimierz Przyszczypkowski (polityka oświatowa)

Bogusław Śliwerski (teoria wychowania)



prof. UŚ, dr hab. Zenon Gajdzica, Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach (Wydział w Cieszynie)

prof. zw. dr hab. Henryka Kwiatkowska, Wyższa Szkoła Nauk Społecznych PEDAGOGIUM w Warszawie

prof. zw. dr hab.  Mieczysław Malewski, Dolnośląska Szkoła Wyższa we Wrocławiu

prof. UAM, dr hab. Agnieszka Cybal-Michalska, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

prof. zw. dr hab. Stefan Mieszalski, Wyższa Szkoła Pedagogiczna ZNP w Warszawie

ks. prof. CHAT, dr hab. Bogusław Milerski, Chrześcijańska Akademia Teologiczna w Warszawie

prof. zw. dr hab. Bolesław Niemierko, Akademia Marynarki Wojennej w Gdyni

prof. zw. dr hab. Eugenia Potulicka, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

prof. UMK, dr hab. Beata Przyborowska, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu

prof. zw. dr hab. Mirosław J. Szymański,  Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny w Krakowie

prof. UW, dr hab. Anna Wiłkomirska, Uniwersytet Warszawski

dr hab. Monika Wiśniewska-Kin, Uniwersytet Łódzki

prof. UW dr hab. Małgorzata Żytko, Uniwersytet Warszawski




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1 M. Mead, Kultura i tożsamość. Studium dystansu międzypokoleniowego, przeł. J. Hołówka, Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, Warszawa 2000, s. 3.

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Dudzikowa M., Ku sprawstwu, współpracy i refleksyjności poprzez ich doświadczanie w edukacji szkolnej. Brunerowskie przesłanie w praktyce, [w:] Doświadczenia szkolne pierwszego rocznika reformy edukacji. Studium teoretyczno-empiryczne, red. M. Dudzikowa, R. Wawrzyniak-Beszterda, Oficyna Wydawnicza „Impuls”, Kraków 2010.

Śliwerski B., Wielopragmatyczność w ponowoczesnej myśli pedagogicznej, „Rocznik Pedagogiczny” 2008, t. 31.

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