Category Archives: 2015

Child and Education

Naturalistic, Romantic, Liberal: Philosophical Tenets of Modern Pedagogy in the Context of Postmodern Critique

Does Pedagogical Innovation Contribute to the Tackling of Inequality in Schools?

Child, Pupil, School and the Reform of Society – a Few Notes Regarding the Czechoslovakian Inter-War Pedagogical Reform Debate

Conceptualisation of the Child and Childhood by Future Pre-School Teachers

Opening the School to Support Children: The International Primary Case

Constructivism in Teaching the Mother Tongue or How to Teach the Czech Language Better to Czech-Speaking Children

Pedagogika in the Vortex of Reflection, Research and Discussion

Research on History of Education on the Pages of the Journal Pedagogika 1989−2014

A Methodological Profile of Quantitative Research Studies Published in the Journal Pedagogika: Comparison of the periods 1995–2000 and 2010–2014

Where Pupils Halfway through Basic Education are Failing in the Understanding of the Read Polemic Text

The Assessment of Intercultural Communicative Competences: The Adaptation and verification of the psychometric properties of a Czech version of the YOGA questionnaire

On the Power and Powerlessness of Education

The Zdeněk Helus Jubilee

PROKEŠOVÁ, M. The Light and Darkness of Jan Amos Komenský − Comenius, or a man known but unknown

HÁBL, J. So that the Human should not Descend into the Inhuman. Comenius’s humanisation of education as an anthropological problem


Selected Results of Research on the Development of Digital Competences among Pupils at Basic (Elementary) School

Tackling the Incomparability of Assessments of Pupils’ ICT Knowledge and Skills by Using Anchoring Vignettes

A critique of the current trend to implement computing in schools

Ways in which University Students Use Digital Technologies

Communication Barriers in Computer Supported Group Learning

Remembering Radim Palouš (6th November 1924 – 10th September 2015)

GARDNER, H., & DAVIS, K. The App Generation: How today´s youth navigate identity, intimacy and imagination in a digital world

SPITZER, M. Digital Dementia: How we are depriving ourselves and our children of reason

On Discussion of Pedagogics as a Science and its Direction

The Production of Case Studies for Research Purposes

Look Who’s Talking? The Participation of Pupils in Teaching Communication at the Second Level of Primary School

The Wanted and Unwanted Professional Self of Students in the Second Year of the Educational Faculty

New Professional Challenges for the Teacher after Appointment as School Director

The Scientification of Pedagogy – Analysis and Prospects

Pedagogics in Search of Itself. A contribution to discussion on a lecture by W. Brezinka

One the Risk of Simplification and Movement in Science, Especially in Pedagogics

A Look Back on the Life and Work of doc. PhDr. Jiří Pelikán, CSc.

BREZINKA, W. Pedagogics in Austria. The History of the Discipline in Universities from the 18th to the 21st Century

PRŮCHA, J. Czech Learning. A Multidisciplinary View of the Phenomenon of National Culture

KASPEROVÁ, D. The Education of Industrial Man and the Baťa Firm in Interwar Zlín

KUSÁ, J. Multicultural Education in the Process of Literary Communication

Editorial on the Beginnings of Scientific Texts, Insecurity and Procrastination

Professional Judgments on Quality of Teaching: Prospectively and retrospectively structured reflection

Motivation in a Task Situation

The Use of Mental Maps in Educational Research: Methodological connections

The Principle of Isomorphism in Teacher Training

What questions are raised by A. Tomková’s paper on the principle of isomorphism in the concept of teacher education?

Let us look for the limits of analogy and go on looking

From the principle of isomorphism to the improvement of teacher education or thanks for a reaction and the opening up of a broader theme

Rendl, M., & Vondrová, N. et al. Critical Points in Mathematics at Elementary School through the Eyes of Teachers