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SCHOOL CHRONICLE 2017/3


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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 3

Volume 26 - L

 

CONTENTS

 

ARTICLES AND OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS

Milan Hladnik: First Slovene mathematical textbooks...291–323

 

Jan Dominik Bogataj: Patrology in the Context of Theological Study in the 18th and 19th Centuries in Slovenia: the Example of the Manuscript Textbook Patrologia (FSLJ 1 d 47)...324–341

 

Mateja Jevšnik: The development of schooling in Marenberg/Radlje ob Dravi...342–357

 

Matej Prevc: Erasmus of Rotterdam and the humanist education of children...358–373

Tanja Cukjati: The image of primary school teachers between the two World Wars – feminization of the teaching profession...374–396

Taja J. Gubenšek: The Phenomenon of learning lessons in The Slovenian School Museum...397–408

REMINISCENCES OF SCHOOLING
Tatjana Hojan: Memories of the 7th National Gymnasium in Ljubljana...409–412

Miha Mali: Talk with the teacher Mr. France Rihtarič...413–418


REPORTS AND REVIEWS

Bogoljub Šijaković in Aleksandar Raković. The University and Serbian Theology: The Historical and Educational Context of the Establishment of the Faculty of Orthodox Theology in Belgrade (Simon Malmenvall) ...419–421

Saint Joseph Parish, Joliet, Illinois. Celebrating 125 Years of Faith & Community 1891–2016 (Branko Šuštar) ...422–428

17th International Symposium of School Museums in the NetherlandsOnderwijs museum Dordrecht Holland, 5.–8. 7. 2017 (Mateja Ribarič) ...429–430

School Memories New Trends in the History of Education (Maja Hakl Saje) ...431–432

First National discussion of School and Museums(Taja J. Gubenšek) ...433–440


SCHOOL CHRONICLE – BIBLIOGRAPHY 1992–2016
...441–499

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS / AUTHORS of School Chronicle  št. 3, 26/L, 2017 ...501

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

INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS ...503–504

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Summaries and Abstracts / ŠK 2017 št. 3

 

Milan Hladnik: First Slovene mathematical textbooks...291–323
Abstract

This contribution describes and compares mathematical and partially also linguistic contents of the first three arithmetical textbooks written in Slovene language by Marko Pohlin 1781 (»Bukuvce za rajtengo«), Valentin Vodnik 1817 (»Ševstvo za slovenske šle«) and Franc Metelko 1830 (»Ševilstvo za slovenske šle«). Only the first and the third textbook appeared as a printed version while the second one remained as a manuscript. Each of them offers a standard mathematical introduction for beginners, i.e. representations and fundamental operations with numbers, the last ones also manipulations with rational numbers and methods for fast calculations as well as a lot of solved exercises and practical examples in every chapter; so, they are of bigger size. The texts of Vodnik and Metelko are also very similar to each other, probably based on the same German original work. At the end, some mathematical and linguistic peculiarities and terminological differences of the considered texts are described.

Key words: First Slovene arithmetical textbooks, Pohlin's Bukvice, Vodnik's Števstvo, Metelko's Številstvo, mathematical contents

 

Jan Dominik Bogataj: Patrology in the Context of Theological Study in the 18th and 19th Centuries in Slovenia: the Example of the Manuscript Textbook Patrologia (FSLJ 1 d 47)
...324–341

Abstract
The article talks about the discovery of the mid-19th century manuscript reference book Patrologija (FSLJ 1 d 47) in the Ljubljana Franciscan monastery library. The finding represents a starting point for the study of the development of patristics, i.e. the study of the Church fathers from the first centuries of Christianity as a special branch within theology, the development of  patristics reference books within the European context in the 18th and 19th centuries and the study of the Theresian and Josephinian reforms with regard to the study of theology and patristics. Within this context, the study places the teaching of patristics in Slovenia, of which the manuscript reference book Patrologija was undoubtedly a part, and offers an initial analysis and an attempt of identification.

Key words: patristics, manuscripts, textbook, theology study, Josephinian reforms

 

Mateja Jevšnik: The development of schooling in Marenberg/Radlje ob Dravi...342–357

Abstract
The article describes the development ofnschooling in Radlje ob Dravi, once Marenberg, from the first records until today, with an emphasis on the earlier history. It describes the modest beginnings of the school in this town from 1727 and the first teachers from 1782 onwards, as well as the later development that involved the school being moved to new school buildings. Because of the specific location of Radlje close to the national border and the constant contact with the Germanspeaking population, the article also presents the issue of the Germanisation carried out by the school over a number of centuries.
Key words: school, Marenberg, Radlje ob Dravi, Germanisation.

 

Matej Prevc: Erasmus of Rotterdam and the humanist education of children...358–373

Abstract
The article presents the main educational principles of the European Humanists, who in the early 16th century were gathered around Erasmus of Rotterdam. As one of the most prominent intellectuals of his time, Erasmus was closely involved in both pedagogical theory and teaching, while essays on upbringing and education also have an important place in his work. In one of these, entitled De pueris statim ac liberaliter instituendis, taking the form of an ordered theoretical treatise involving varied and considered arguments, Erasmus reveals his belief that it is necessary to begin a thorough education in early childhood, while also discussing convincingly the importance of and characteristics of a good teacher, the harmful nature of physical punishment and the importance of education ast he foundation of a virtuous character and a happy life.

Key words: Erasmus of Rotterdam, humanist education, early education of children

 

Tanja Cukjati: The image of primary school teachers between the two World Wars – feminization of the teaching profession...374–396
Abstract
The article presents fragments of what the Slovenian periodical press wrote about the teaching profession between the two World Wars. There is a short description of the school system in that period, followed by a description of the image, work and autonomy of teachers and, finally, of the position of female teachers. The image of teachers changed greatly with regard to their gender, their social and material position and their professional status. In the interwar years, women increasingly become a valued part of the workforce, and (unintentionally) pushed out male teachers, leading to the feminisation of the profession. But there was still a small number of male teachers for whom the best positions were reserved (i.e. those in towns, the position of head teacher, inspector, etc.).

Key words: women, the period between the two World Wars, housekeeping, professional pursuit, emigrants

 

Taja J. Gubenšek: The Phenomenon of learning lessons in The Slovenian School Museum...397–408

Abstract
One of the general purposes of education is cooperation and forging links between educational institutions on the one hand and cultural institutions and the wider environment on the other, with the aim of better education and lifelong learning. Today’s curricula at all educational levels steer teachers towards museums, which offer additional content or supplement the acquired school knowledge and, above all, open up new dimensions of the collective memory. The Slovenian School Museum, which will in 2018 celebrate its 120th anniversary, was founded by the Federation of Slovenian Teachers’ Associations and is among the oldest museums in Slovenia. As the first specialist museum in Slovenia it plays a very special connecting role.
Key words: Slovenian School Museum, learning lessons, The Emperor's song, Nice behaviour or bonton, domestic cat

 

 

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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