THE ROLE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONTEMPORARY SCHOOL

Ardita Ceka, Rabije Murati, Ankica Antovska

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School is the most beautiful place and institution in the life of a child and its purpose is to provide conditions of security and development for the time he will spend there. School is a long journey on the path of raising the intellectual, cultural, educational and health of the child. This study ventures to explore theoretical problems of educational process, which are changing school, methodology of changing school, models , models of planning the changes in school. It is suggested that school must be changed , and the change its means progress. So, if we have to change the school, firstly we have to change the teachers, students.

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school, change, teacher, student, pedagogical process

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v7i12.3469

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