Scholars from the Central and South-Eastern European states convened in Maribor at the symposium which took place in 11-13 October 2012 at the University of Maribor, Slovenia, in order to debate on the issues of the evolution of teacher training – and the related theme of Central European development of schooling –, and how these processes have affected, and have been affected by, the historical circumstances and political trends as well as theoretical and pedagogical influences. A comprehensive scenario has taken shape, thanks to the strong comparative approach focused on the problematic notion of «Central Europe» and on the reciprocal political and theoretical influences in this area, approach which contributed to a further understanding of the influence that has shaped European school systems.
|Editore||Edizioni Università di Macerata - EUM|
|Numero di pagine||225|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2013|
- Geschichte der Lehrer Ausbidung, Europa, XVIII-XIX Jahrhundert
- Schulgeschichte, Oesterreichische Kaisertum
- history of schooling, Austrian Empire
- teacher training, history, Europe, XVIII-XIX century