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Title:Delo z nadarjenimi učenci v slovenskih javnih in zasebnih osnovnih šolah s poudarkom na vsebinah trajnostnega razvoja
Authors:ID Vidovič, Martina (Author)
ID Usenik, Janja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Magistrska naloga Delo z nadarjenimi učenci v slovenskih javnih in zasebnih osnovnih šolah s poudarkom na vsebinah trajnostnega razvoja prikazuje trenutno stanje dela z nadarjenimi učenci v javni osnovni šoli in zasebni waldorfski osnovni šoli z javnoveljavnim programom. Predvsem se osredotoča na preverjanje vsebnosti vsebin oziroma ciljev trajnostnega razvoja na zakonodajni in programski ravni dela z nadarjenimi učenci. Primerjali smo izbrani dve šoli (javna Osnovna šola Ludvika Pliberška Maribor in zasebna Waldorfska osnovna šola Ljubljana). Ugotovili smo, da je waldorfska osnovna šola po konceptu bližje trajnostnemu razvoju, da večjih razlik ne opažamo na zakonodajni ravni, prav tako ne pri splošnih ciljih vzgoje in izobraževanja. Do večjih razlik prihaja pri programih izbranih šol. Ugotovili smo, da je pri obeh šolah program zastavljen podobno za obvezni in razširjeni program, vendar obstajajo pomembne vsebinske razlike v obveznem kot tudi v razširjenem programu. V obveznem delu programa se bolj razlikujeta v učnem načrtu in predmetniku, prav tako v metodah ter oblikah dela. Obe šoli omogočata in pripravljata učence na ista tekmovanja in se vključujeta v Erasmus+. Oba programa skušata spodbujati celosten razvoj otroka. Javna šola ima zelo dodelan sistem evidentiranja, identificiranja in dela z nadarjenimi učenci ter vodi natančno dokumentacijo za vsak korak. Waldorfska šola ne evidentira, identificira in ne vodi dokumentacije za nadarjene učence, čeprav delajo z nadarjenimi učenci v skladu z njihovimi metodami in oblikami dela.
Keywords:nadarjeni učenci, zasebna osnovna šola, javna osnovna šola, vzgoja in izobraževanje za trajnostni razvoj
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:[M. Vidovič]
Year of publishing:2023
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-85914 New window
UDC:37:502.131.1-057.874-056.45(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:169154307 New window
Publication date in DKUM:19.10.2023
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Language:English
Title:Work with gifted students in slovenian public and private primary schools with emphasis on the contents of sustainable development
Abstract:The purpose of the master's thesis with the title Work with gifted students in Slovenian public and private elementary schools with an emphasis on the contents of sustainable development discusses and shows the current situation of Slovene schools with gifted students in a public elementary school and a private Waldorf elementary school with public programe. It mainly focuses and deals with checking the content of topics connected to the goals of sustainable development at the legislative and curricular level of each school. We compared two selected schools, the public elementary school Ludvik Pliberšek Maribor and the private Waldorf elementary school of Ljubljana. We discovered that the Waldorf elementary school is closely connected with goals of sustainable development in concept, there are no major differences at the legislative level, nor in the main goals of education. Major differences occur in the curriculum of the selected schools. We discovered that both schools have similar curriculum at the mandatory and extended program, but there are significant differences in the content of the mandatory as well as the extended program. In the compulsory part of the program, the two programs differ more in the curriculum and subject matter, as well as in the methods and approaches. Both schools facilitate and prepare students for the same competitions, both schools are included in national and European projects like, Erasmus+. Both programs try to promote the holistic development of a child. The public school program has a very elaborate system for recording, identifying, evaluating system of working with gifted students, and keeps accurate documentation of every step. The Waldorf school does not record, identify, evaluate or keep documentation for gifted students, although they integrate the work with gifted students according to concept and system of their work.
Keywords:gifted and talented students, primary public school, primary private school, education for sustainable development


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