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SCHOOL CHRONICLE 2017/1-2


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PUBLICATION ETHICS AND PUBLICATION MALPRACTICE STATEMENT

UREDNIŠKI ODBOR REVIJE ŠOLSKA KRONIKA / EDITORIAL BOARD OF PUBLICATION SCHOOL CHRONICLE

School Chronicle / Instructions to contributors

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SCHOOL CHRONICLE / Journal of the History of Schooling and Education.
Bulletin of the Slovenian School Museum. Ljubljana. Slovenia.

Year 2017, number 1-2

Volume 26 - L

 

CONTENTS

 

ARTICLES AND OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS

Tatjana Hojan: On the fiftieth anniversary...7–60
Milan Hladnik: First writings on numbers and basic arithmetics in Slovene language...61–89
Boris Golec: Leachers and the Slovene official writing until the mid-19th century...90–106
Petra Vidmar: The Mirna school in the 19th century...107–118
Aleksandra Renčelj Škedelj, Darja Pergovnik, Tatjana Adamič: The Ursuline school in Ljubljana and the history of the school buildings...119–136
Aleksandra Pirkmajer Slokan: Pregled An overview of Latin lessons in the Slovene state primary school (1958–2016), part 2...137–204

 

ANNIVERSARIES

Anton Arko: Janez Krajnc – 200 ...205
Anton Arko: Matija Senkovič (Lichtenwallner) – 150 ...205–206
Tatjana Hojan: France Ostanek – 115 ...206–208
Anton Arko: Karel Jug – 100 ...208
Teodor Domej: Sixty years of operation of the Slovene Gymnasium in Klagenfurt...208–210

 

REMINISCENCES OF SCHOOLING
Mirjana Junc: Mirjana Junc memories of memories of teaching at the Elementary School Ig from 1986 to 1999...211–212

MUSEUM ACTIVITIES
Stane Okoliš: Slovenian School Museum in 2016 – Report on activities...213–274

BITS AND PIECES FROM PAST SCHOOL TIMES

Tatjana Hojan: A Hundered Years Ago...275–276

REPORTS AND REVIEWS

Viva la musica!« Presentations of collection of scientific papers of music schools(Polona Koželj)...277–278

SCHOOL CHRONICLE – BIBLIOGRAPHY 1992–2016 ...279

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS / AUTHORS of School Chronicle  št. 3, 26/L, 2017 ...280

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS / CO-WORKERS of School Chronicle  št. 3, 26/L, 2017 / ...502

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS ...281–282

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Summaries and Abstracts / ŠK 2017 št. 1-2

 

Tatjana Hojan: On the fiftieth anniversary
Abstract
The article talks about the development of what started off as a collection of papers and then in the 1950s became a journal, and then from 1964, when it began to be published by school museums in Ljubljana, Zagreb and Belgrade, and finally the journal Šolska kronika (School Chronicle), published since 1992 by the Slovenian School Museum. The article contains a description of individual sections of the publication: the history of schooling in individual nations, biographies of important teachers, reports about the work of school museums, and bibliographies of the history of schooling in individual republics; it also pays special attention to themed issues.

Key words: Šolska kronika, history of schooling, school museums, biographies of teachers

 

Milan Hladnik: First writings on numbers and basic arithmetics in Slovene language
Abstract
In the article a short survey of the oldest Slovene manuscripts and prints that consider the art of counting and doing basic arithmetics, without higher arithmetics and geometry, is giving. We describe their mathematical ingredients as well as their linguistical and other features, sometimes also their origin.
Key words: names of numerals, numbers and counting, calculation, first Slovene writings, historical overview

 

Boris Golec: Teachers and the Slovene official writing until the mid-19th century
Abstract
The article discusses teachers in the wider meaning of the word as the creators of official writings in Slovene before this language became one of the official languages of the Habsburg monarchy in 1849. Until the mid- 19th century, Slovene documents were an exception, mostly oaths; from the mid-18th century also large number of translations of official announcements and from the late 18th century also wills. The article includes all the established examples where a document was confirmed to have been created by a teacher, and throws light on the document’s appearance. The first such document is from the mid-18th century and is of a normative nature. Two oath forms for the newly admitted market-town inhabitants are the work of two teachers, who also worked as market-town scribes. Furthermore, teachers and organ players were also involved in writing oral testimonies. During the last decades of the period in question, the influence of teachers can be felt in the increase in literacy among the rural population, which was also reflected in Slovene official and semi-official writings.
Key words: names of numerals, numbers and counting, calculation, first Slovene writings, historical overview

 

Petra Vidmar: The Mirna school in the 19th century
Abstract
This article appeared on the 200th anniversary of the Mirna Primary School, celebrated in November 2016. It describes its emergence and the beginnings of schooling in Mirna, as well as the development of education in Mirna through the 19th century. In these 200 years, the school has been through many developmental phases, and the 19th century school that is most remote in time also differs mostly from today’s school. For a better idea about the functioning of the school, the article describes Mirna itself in the 19th century. There is considerable emphasis on the festivities in the school at that time, as the available school chronicles give a detailed description of them, which cannot be said about some other school activities. In addition, festivities tell us a great deal about the spirit of the time.

Key words: Mirna, school chronicle, one-year primary school, school festivities

 

Aleksandra Renčelj Škedelj, Darja Pergovnik, Tatjana Adamič: The Ursuline school in Ljubljana and the history of the school buildings...119–136
Abstract
The Ursuline school in Ljubljana was the first educational institution for girls in Slovenia. In the early 18th century, the nuns first had a public girls’ school, to which was added in the second half of the 19th century a teachers’ college for women, a higher home-management school and a girls’ town school, while in the first half of the 20th century, a gimnazija (grammar school) was founded. Throughout this time, with the help of sponsors, the nuns kept widening their activities by building school buildings, which still serve the same purpose. The article presents the social and temporal framework of the development of the buildings that were intentionally built as schools within the monastery, i..e. the Ursuline school in 1889 and the Ursuline gimnazija built on the basis of plans by the architect Jože Plečnik in 1947.

Key words: Ursuline school, Ursuline grammar gimnazija, history of buildings, Jože Plečnik

 

Aleksandra Pirkmajer Slokan: An overview of Latin lessons in the Slovene state primary school (1958–2016), part 2
Abstract
In spite of unfavourable conditions, it can be claimed that primary school Latin lessons have made an important contribution to the Slovene educational system. The article offers an overview of Latin lessons in the Slovene state primary school from their beginning until today (1958–2016). Latin, traditionally a gimnazija subject, began to be taught in primary school after the abolition of the eight-year classical gimnazija in 1958, when new legislation introduced the unified eight-year primary school and four-year gimnazija. At that time, the teaching of classical languages suffered irreparable damage. Old Greek stopped being taught, while Latin acquired the status of an elective subject for pupils between the ages of eleven and fifteen and was thus pushed to the margins. In spite of the worsening conditions, Latin teaching persisted at different times at different schools and in different forms, while the Prežihov Voranc Primary School in Ljubljana is the only school where it has been taught continuously to this day. When nine-year primary school was introduced, the situation worsened even further and Latin lessons faced a real crisis – in spite of the public interest that the classical-humanities educational programme continue not only in private schools but also in state public schools.
Key words: Latin language, state primary school, optional subject, elective subject, extra curricular activities

 

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School Chronicle – Journal of the History of Schooling and Education. Bulletin of the Slovenian

School Museum. Ljubljana (Slovenia) is a Slovenian scientific and professional publication

concerned with schooling, pedagogy and education. Since 1992 it has been independently

issued by the Slovenian School Museum in Ljubljana. The Miscellany has developed from a joint

publication of the school-pedagogical museums in Ljubljana, Zagreb in Belgrade, which began

to be published in 1964 under the title of A Miscellany of the History of Schooling and Education.

 
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