Współczesny model kształcenia pedagogiczno- katechetycznego alumnów seminariów duchownych w Polsce

The contemporary model of pedagogical and catechetical education of alumni in theological seminaries in Poland

Treść artykułu: Pobierz | Czytaj

Strona: 283 - 295

Publikacja w numerze: 33 (2013)

Autor: Anna Zellma

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In 1990, when religion lessons came back to Polish schools, priests were faced with new requirements concerning pedagogical qualifications. They are defined in Polish educational law and they influence the quality of direct, theoretical and practical preparation of alumni of theological seminaries for their work as religion teachers. When forming the alumni’s pedagogical and catechetical programme, current standards of education preparing to work as teachers and guidelines included in ratio studiorum for theological seminaries in Poland need to be taken into account. The analyses taken in this article aim at presenting the contemporary, based on standards written in the regulation of The Minister of Science and Higher Education from 17 January 2012, model of pedagogical and catechetical preparation of alumni of theological seminaries in Poland. Firstly, the correct understanding of the term “pedagogical and catechetical education” and the legal basis of professional qualifications required from religion teachers are mentioned. In this context, the issues connected with programming of the pedagogical and catechetical education in theological seminaries in Poland are described. It is accomplished through the analysis of guidelines included in ratio studiorum and in standards of pedagogical education, defined in the above-mentioned, current regulation of The Minister of Science and Higher Education. The attention is also paid to new, conditioned by changes in school education and teachers’ training, quality of pedagogical and catechetical training. Since apart from theoretical preparation, alumni are also obliged to undergo training in different types of schools, at different levels of education.

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