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Educational environments play a critical role in shaping psychosocial development (Sterzing et al., 2017), as well as in the construction of personal and social identities. Non-cisgender sexual diversities face hostility, discrimination and violence in primary and secondary schools. While blatant violence still occurs, subtle discrimination, sexual...
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Background Mathematics is generally dominated by diagrams and spatial representation of concepts. This makes it seem impossible for the blind and visually impaired (BVI) who have limitations or total loss of sight. This study investigated the place of geometry tactile diagrams in meeting the needs of the BVI students in geometry, which is an aspect...
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This study investigated the information-seeking behaviour of visually impaired students using Wilson’s model of information behaviour in Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo, with a focus on assessing information needs, adequacy, and satisfaction of the visually impaired students. The study established that the information needs of visual...
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These are the slides for a video discussing the public information for Frontiers in Education special issue on PDA. Specifically, the video goes into more depth about certain points in the below text, by drawing upon examples from the PDA literature. This text is taken from public information about the Frontiers in Education special issue on PDA,...
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This call is aimed at curating an edition of the journal focusing on a topical dimension to university law clinics, brought into sharp focus during the pandemic and its effects across the legal and business sectors. Undoubtedly there have been many direct and indirect effects caused by the pandemic on businesses and their operations in which law cl...
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This presentation will take place on the 30th of March from 9.00-10.00 AM BST. The presentation highlights the two-volume set comprising of 13 chapters, and benefits to chemical engineering students, professionals, instructors, technologists, and other engineers interested in the chemical/process engineering profession. The publication of the two v...
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In this Perspective, we contribute to the Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education special issue “Opportunities and Challenges of Online Instruction—Blurring the Lines Between Online and On-Site Teaching and Learning” by introducing a framework to guide instructors in transitioning from on-site to online instruction. The discipline-based educati...
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The aim of this study is to identify the most prolific countries in the field of special education and to discuss the widespread impact of their papers by taking into account the country's h-index. Through a bibliometric analysis, the data were collected in the Web of ScienceCore Collection category "Education, Special" in the Social Science Citati...
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This Special Issue aims to present high-quality, high-impact, original research results reporting the current state-of-the-art online education systems empowered with artificial intelligence, examining the elements of personalized e-learning, technology, applications, sustainable development, and teaching and learning principles that contribute tow...
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Today, the world and other professions face more challenges such as climate change, environmental degradation, over population, soil pollution along with the advancement in technology system and software. Roles of Surveyors also change, this does not mean that measurements are no longer relevant but processes, interpretation and management of the d...
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The objective of the present study was to apply an intervention program based on emotional education and self-knowledge in students of the degree in Education to verify changes in wisdom to improve their psychological health and emotional well-being. For this, Three-dimensional Wisdom Scale (3S-WS) was administered before and after the intervention...
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In the education system, teaching is done by dividing the children into two main categories i.e. special and normal children. This pretext is based on their so-called physical and mental abilities. According to their abilities, either child is studying in normal classrooms or special classrooms. In order to teach students who has special needs, spe...
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The need for adaptive e-learning environments that respond to learning variability is now a fundamental requirement in education, as it helps to ensure that students learn and pass their courses within a set time frame. Although guidelines, techniques and methods have been established in recent years to contribute to the development of accessible a...
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MS in Education Specialization in English Language Learning and Teaching. Abstract: I'm an ESL teacher from America and now in Saudi Arabia for years. I'm writing this action Research paper to inform other English teachers who want to teach English in Saudi Arabia what they should do before, during, and after coming to Saudi Arabia to teach.
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Mzukisi Howard Kepe has worked in English First Additional Language for over 20 years in various schools and educational institutions across South Africa. He is currently lecturing English Methodology and Philosophy at the University of Fort Hare, South Africa. He has an Advanced Certificate in Education specialized in English Language Teaching fro...
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This paper explores Students Health Records Management in Academic Institution, using the practices at Federal College of Education (Special), Oyo Medical Centre. Its specific objectives was to determine the available students health records, ascertain the level of effectiveness of the students’ health records management practices and investigate t...
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Hillbilly Elegy has had a profound impact on contemporary views and opinions of Appalachia. In this review, the authors discuss this impact and provide key critiques that help readers make sense of the generalizations made in the book by placing Hillbilly Elegy in conversation with other contemporary Appalachian scholarship. The authors conclude th...
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Today, the inclusion of persons with disabilities has emerged as an important social need. Through many research papers and seminars, one thing has come to the fore that the inclusion of the disabled cannot be done only by the act and law. All the stakeholders have to play an important role in ensuring full socio-economic participation of persons w...
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Welcome to the Intersex and Sexuality Education special issue of Sex Education. It marks an important occasion since this is the first time that an entire issue of an education journal has been devoted to these important concerns. People born with intersex variations have atypical sex characteristics, be these chromosomal, hormonal and/or anatomica...
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Guest editorial for the Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education Special Issue: Mental Health and Wellbeing in Postgraduate Research
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This research focuses on the process of recruitment of civil servants, referring to the effectiveness that must be carried out properly, provide useful results and achieve goals. Secretariat of Education, Special Administrative Region of Oecusi, Timor Leste conducts recruitment to find, find applicants and produce civil servants who have the qualit...
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Applied behavior analysis (ABA) has become a popular behavioral therapy in the special education needs (SEN) community. ABA is used to manage SEN students' behaviors by solving problems in socially important settings, and puts emphasis on having precise measurements on physical and observable events. In this work, we present how Internet of Things...
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This study aims to investigate the extent to which the regular classroom practices have been transformed into Inclusive Education (IE) practices and the progress made for enhancing IE practices in the government schools of Batticaloa district. The research design was multiple case studies, and the approach was qualitative. Five government schools i...
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International Journal of Chinese Language Education Special Issue on Inclusive Education in Chinese as a Second/Foreign Language Open access at: http://ijcle.eduhk.hk/en/catalog/No.9/ ISSN: 2520-7733 (Print); 2521-4241 (Online) Issue: No.9 Publication Date: June 2021 1) Inclusive Education in Chinese as a Second/Foreign Language: An Overview and...
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Introduction: coping strategies are specific efforts that individuals use to tolerate or minimize stressful events. Most caregivers´ of children with disabilities must adjust to their social life to cope with the responsibility of caring for a child with disabilities. This study was carried out to assess caregivers´ coping strategies in raising a...
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Low usage of assistive technologies is one of the critical problems despite the positive impact AT has. The study explored the usage of assistive technologies available in the School of Education Special Unit of the University of Dar esSalaam (UDSM). Using exploratory qualitative approach, 15 students with diverse disabilities, 6 student assistants...
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Nas últimas duas décadas o Brasil experimentou diversos processos de mudanças estruturais no âmbito do Ensino, associados a transformações sociais, políticas, econômicas e culturais que culminaram na expansão do sistema de educação Nacional. A inclusão de pessoas com deficiência na Educação Superior tem sido definida como política de Estado; entret...
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El artículo presenta una visión general del enfoque de Enseñanza Especial en las Recomendaciones preparadas y publicadas por las Conferencias Internacionales de Educación Pública, posteriormente llamadas Conferencias Internacionales de Educación, bajo el patrocinio de la Oficina Internacional de Educación (OIE), en Ginebra, durante el período de la...
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Analisar as tensões existentes entre as políticas de Educação sobre a Educação do Campo e a Educação Especial é o objetivo deste artigo, que é um recorte do projeto, financiado pela FAPESPA e pela CAPES, intitulado “A escolarização dos alunos com deficiência nas comunidades ribeirinhas”. A metodologia é a pesquisa de campo e, para coleta de dados,...
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Our research focuses on Mathematics Teacher Educator specialized knowledge. By means theoretical tools driven from Mathematics Teacher Specialized Knowledge model (MTSK model) we focus on teacher educators' specialized knowledge and carry out a qualitative study in order to identify specific dimensions and domains of mathematics teacher educators'...
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Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), also known as COVID-19, has surprised the country worldwide. The COVID-19 pandemic has had significant implications for communities around the world in general and Malaysia in particular. COVID-19 has caused various sectors to be affected by the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, including educational institutions in Ma...
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The study investigated the knowledge of and attitude of Social Studies pre-service teachers to Social entrepreneurship in colleges of education in Oyo town. A survey design of the correlational type was adopted in the study. The population of the research study comprised of 200 students from 300 level and was randomly selected from the two colleges...
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RESUMO Este estudo possui como objetos de investigação as dissertações de Mestrado do Programa de Pós-graduação em Educação (PPGE) da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG) e parte da seguinte pergunta norteadora: quais as abordagens de pesquisa e as técnicas de coletas de dados permeiam as dissertações do PPGE da UFMG no último quadriênio 201...
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A pretest-posttest comparison-group quasi-experimental study was endeavoured to unravel the effects of the two forms of Microteaching Lesson Study (MLS), the Active MLS and the Passive MLS, on the critical thinking of aspiring physics teachers. Eighteen Bachelor of Secondary Education specializing in Physical Science students participated in the si...
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In the frame of the worldwide policies towards inclusion there is a need of changes, systematic strategies and actions at different levels and settings of the society including education and cultural organizations. Museums, culture and arts have a constantly increasing role towards a more cohesive and inclusive society in terms of educational, soci...
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The development of new information and communication technologies (ICTs) has irreversibly transformed the education sector. The widespread use of new technologies based on IT solutions is strongly linked to the development of key competences, such as digital literacy. Today, it is increasingly difficult to imagine formal and non-formal education wi...
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The 19th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education (E&PDE) was held at the Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (HIOA) the 7th and 8th of September 2017. The conference was hosted by the Institute of Product Design HIOA, at Kjeller and Oslo, Norway, and made the main event for the centennial celebrati...
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Theory, Research, and Action in Urban Education, SPECIAL ISSUE: Changing the Subject: Foucault’s Ongoing Legacy in Educational Research, Theory, and Practice This article examines the disciplinary power of the social-emotional learning movement in forming mindful subjects in her article “Mindful Subjects: The Disciplinary Power of Mindfulness in S...
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This action research was conducted to propose a solution to the challenges posited by modular distance learning to the students and teachers of Technology and Livelihood Education Specializations of Sta. Anastacia-San Rafael National High School.
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact factors of special education journals in indexed in the “Education, Special (ES)” category of the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI) (Web of Science, WoS) as well as considering some bibliometric indicators. As an alternative metric of the journal impact factor (JIF), JIF quartiles were cons...
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That the prediction of the quantities of calories necessary for basketball players necessary to maintain activity, that athletes increase their metabolism rate through physical performance to ten times during one hour or more, and that basketball is one of the games in which the performance is characterized by "repeated ups, attacks and returns to...
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Dear Colleagues, The goal for this Special Issue is to offer a new approach to the discussion and presentation of the current opportunities and limitations of using e-learning in school and academic education. The Special Issue is an opportunity to discuss the main trends in e-learning and the associated research and to share experience and resear...
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We build on identity-based motivation theory to integrate research on in-person and virtual learning environments to articulate which features of virtual learning environments are likely to support or impede learning and identity exploration. Although students experience their identities as stable anchors for meaning-making and action, they constru...
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The Journal of Statistics and Data Science Education special issue on “Computing in the Statistics and Data Science Curriculum” features a set of papers that provide a mosaic of curricular innovations and approaches that embrace computing. As we reviewed the papers we felt that this collection would benefit from the perspective of the authors of th...
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O presente artigo tem por objetivo discutir o processo de inclusão escolar de alunos Xakriabá que compõem o público alvo da educação Especial a partir das experiências da Escola Estadual Xukurank, situada na região norte do Estado de Minas Gerais. Por meio de uma pesquisa realizada na Terra Indígena Xakriabá, foi possível perceber que, embora a Edu...
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Al-Quran and Al-Sunnah are the main sources of reference in learning tarannum. The essence of these two sources can be understood through the agenda of the National Philosophy of Education (FPK), Philosophy of Islamic Education (FPI), and the Malaysian Education Development Plan (PPPM) 2013-2025. Recognizing the importance of changing learning and...
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Just as the adoption of eXtensible Business Reporting Language has standardized the exchange, transmission, and reporting of accounting and financial data, this paper proposes the eXtensible Computing Curriculum Reporting Language as a standard for the exchange, transmission, and reporting of computing curriculum information in hopes of achieving s...
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Website: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/ejihpe/special_issues/blockchain_education Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Blockchain technology application to education has brought forth a new world of possibilities for all the actors in this sector. In this context, this Special Issue aims to discuss new research and trends on all dimensions of AI and Bl...
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One of the biggest challenges in the design of educational systems concerns how vocational education and training (VET) systems are best organized for the labour markets of tomorrow. Do we need more specialized craftsmen with practical and specific skills that tightly link to specific occupations, or do we need a shift towards broader craftsmen wit...
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The Soviet occupation of the Baltic States followed by joining the United Nations (UN) and European Union make these countries an interesting point of comparison in the development of autism and education policy. This study investigates how policies changed following the transition and how the right and access to education are facilitated for autis...
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Students with specific learning disabilities (SLDs) represent a large proportion of those receiving special education services in U.S. schools, but the relationship between student-level variables and SLD identification is still not well understood. The purpose of this study was to examine the extent to which data collected as part of a comprehensi...
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There is a transitional process that occurs when an occupational therapy (OT) practitioner assumes the role of an educator. Various challenges have been reported, though few directly address occupational therapy assistant (OTA) education. This study aimed to identify challenges faced by OT practitioners when they transition from working in a clinic...
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Objective: This study assessed health sciences librarians' attitudes toward interprofessional collaboration using the Interdisciplinary Education Perception Scale (IEPS) and gathered information on their involvement with interprofessional activities. Methods: The authors sent a survey to librarians in the Medical Library Association's (MLA's) In...
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ABSTRACT Researcher: WOODWARD U. VILLALINO, JR. Degree: Master of Arts in Education Specialization: Educational Management Institution: Pangasinan State University Open University Systems Lingayen, Pangasinan Adviser: DR. PHILLIP G. QUERODA Title of Thesis: READING AND WRITING PROFICIENCY OF GRADE 3 ENGLISH LEARNERS OF ANUBANNGAO (PANUNIYOM) SCH...
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COVID-19 has shown us that it is not enough to be pedagogically effective while providing meaningful digital learning; we also need to promote digital competences to remotely access and operate the machines and equipment needed in different disciplines. Given the current technologies available, our learning environments could be improved significan...
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This research examined the determining factors in participating in Physical education/sports activities by the Deaf in Savelugu School for the deaf in the Northern region of Ghana. A survey research design was used for the study. A questionnaire and an observation guide were used to solicit information on the determinants of participating in Physic...
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(A Survey paper which opens a ZDM Mathematics Education special issue on “Numeracy, learning, and vulnerability in adult life”). This survey paper examines selected issues related to the intersection of three broad scholarly areas: numeracy, adult education, and vulnerability. Numeracy encompasses the ways in which people cope with the mathematical...
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This is an editorial commenting on the quality of nursing education in Africa and calling on papers in nursing and midwifery education in Africa for the African Journal of Health Professions Education special focus issue on Nursing and Midwifery education
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Due to recent technological advances in the Internet-of-Things (IoT) and data analytics algorithms, the issues of data privacy are again at the forefront of many enterprise strategies. Data privacy has been seen, throughout the years as a legal, public policy and, most recently, a risk management issue. In this paper, we begin the discussion of dat...
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Social and economic gap remain a crucial issue in Indonesia related to the level of poverty. This research focuses on analyzing how computerized entrepreneurship education can help reduce poverty in terms of improving quality of life. Studies on quality of life need to be performed in this study considering that most of the previous studies highlig...
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Neuroscience and neurodidactics are demonstrating significant progress in improving the teaching and learning process in various subjects, such as physical education. As a reflection of this progress, very interesting studies have appeared in the scientific literature concerning the motivation processes of students and the influence of physical act...
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Dravet syndrome (DS) is an epileptic encephalopathy that starts in infancy and has an important impact on the lives of patients and their relatives. There is currently a need for improvement in diagnosis and treatment: two drugs have been approved for the treatment of DS in Europe, although new treatments are under development or are scheduled for...
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Dear Colleagues, There is growing interest in the field of Higher Education regarding new methodologies, contexts and technologies. In this sense, this Special Issue aims to discuss new research and trends on all dimensions of Higher Education. It will provide a global forum for the investigation and reporting of diverse issues that affect the lea...
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More individuals are affected by dyslexia than any other learning disability. The success of students with dyslexia receiving early identification and evidence‐based interventions is dependent upon the knowledge and skills of the school practitioners responsible for their academic programmes. This study investigated knowledge of dyslexia and percep...
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Educational Research Literacy (ERL) is the ability to purposefully access, comprehend, and reflect scientific information as well as apply the resulting conclusions to problems with respect to educational decisions (cf. Shank & Brown, 2007). ERL can be described as foundational for data-based decision making, but goes beyond, because it is conceptu...
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A presented paper is reviewed for the Special Care Dentistry (SCD) teaching of dental undergraduates from different continents and compared it to the current SCD education scene in Malaysia. Related literature were reviewed together with the current updates of SCD in Malaysia as an overview to bridge the gap for SCD teaching, planning the learning...
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INNOVACIÓN Y EXPERIENCIAS Esta obra está bajo una licencia de Creative Commons Reconocimiento-CompartirIgual 4.0 Internacional. Resumen: En los últimos años se ha incrementado el interés por metodologías alternativas e innovadoras que poco a poco se van implementando en las aulas. Entre estas metodologías, encontramos la gamificación, con un compon...
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Purpose This study reports a secondary analysis of the nature of communicative functions and modalities used in initiations and responses of minimally verbal preschoolers with severe autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from a previously published study ( Thiemann-Bourque, Feldmiller, Hoffman, & Johner, 2018 ). This analysis focused on the final cohort (...
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This is a response to two discussions of my article 'The Weakness of "Powerful Knowledge"' featuring in 2018 in the London Review of Education 16 (2), the first by Johan Muller and Michael Young and the second by Jim Hordern. It also makes brief comments on pieces on powerful knowledge in the London Review of Education Special Issue 16 (3). The que...
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The aim of the paper is an analysis of a broadly understood legislation of general councils which took place in an important period for the development of the then educational system and culture – at the height of the Middle Ages (12th–13th c.). While analysing the written records of synodal and council acts, several interesting aspects can be cons...
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The official reception of the conciliar legislation in medieval Poland was greatly influenced by the papal legates, ambassadors endowed with papal authority, who brought conciliar canons to the coun­try ruled at the time by the Piasts and made them public at councils convened with the participation of papal legates, closely monitored the observance...