Table of contents - 2000, Volume 6, Number 1

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CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE EDUCATIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY


EDUCATIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY

1) Bojan ŽALEC: Education from the Anthropological Point of View

2) John RAVEN: The Crisis in Education

3) Yin CHEONG CHENG: A new Paradigm of Teacher Education in the New Millenium

4) Dušan RUTAR: Digital Technologies, Productive Variability and the Dialogical School

5) Idalia SA-CHAVES, & F. PEREIRA, A. NASCIMENTO, C. MARQUES, M. ABREU: What Makes a “Good Teacher” Good? - Reflection on Professional Knowledge and Identity

6) Noel ENTWISTL, D. SKINNER,& D. ENTWISTLE: The Nature and Possible Origins of Conceptions of Good Teaching Among Student Teachers

7) Bogomir NOVAK: To Change the Slovenian Teacher Education Model from Particulate into Integrative


ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM

1) Barbara BAJD: The Importance of Providing Students with some Knowledge of Human Evolution


ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE UNIVERSITY CURRICULUM

1) Charles SUSANNE: Challenges of the European Anthropology

2) Marija ŠTEFANČIČ: Medfakultetni podiplomski študij antropologije


BOOK REVIEWS

1) Bogomir Novak: Prosser JON ed.1999: School Culture. London, P.C.P

2) Borut Telban: A.L. EPSTEIN 1999. Gunantuna: Aspects of the Person, the Self and the Individual among the Tolai. Bathurst: Crawford House Publishing. 241pp. +viii.ISBN 1 86333 180 8


CONFERENCE REPORTS

1) Mojca JURČIČ: Deveti mednarodni avksološki kongres, Torino 3.-6. September 2000

2) Bogomir NOVAK: Short Report on the Conferences of the European Educational Research Association (EERA)

3) Tatjana TOMAZO-RAVNIK: Kongres evropskega antropološkega združenja, Cambridge, 8.-11. September 2000

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2000-06-30
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