THE PEDAGOGICAL FUNCTION OF THE HOMEROOM TEACHER INTO THE NEW CONCEPT OF PRIMARY EDUCATION IN REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA

Authors

  • Vera Stojanovska Faculty of Philosophy, University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje
  • Aneta Barakoska Faculty of Philosophy, University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1024-9339

Keywords:

Pedagogical function, Homeroom teacher, Homeroom class, Upbringing, Educational program

Abstract

The position, role and tasks of the homeroom teacher are defined in the Law on primary education, Regulation on the form and content of the pedagogy documentation and evidence in primary school; Regulation on assessment, upgrading, passing exams, acquiring certificates and pedagogical measures for the children in primary school.
The need of strengthening the educational role of the school resulted in introducing of odd class in 2007/2008 for the pupils of the second to fifth grade in nine years primary school aiming to influence the personal, emotional and social development of the pupils. The scope of this research relies on the class homeroom teacher and their tasks in the successful realization of the tasks in accordance with the contemporary requirements. In that context is the aim of already mentioned research: to determine the effects of introducing homeroom class in two cycles of nine-year education, as well as the effects of the realizing the contents of the educational program for life skills. The pedagogical function of the teacher will be examined through several important aspects: how successfully the teachers realize the pedagogical, the administrative and the organizational tasks; how much the contents of the life skills program are in function of solving the issues met by the pupils in first two cycles of the primary education; how capable and qualified are the teachers to realize the contents of this program.

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2014-06-20

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Stojanovska, V., & Barakoska, A. (2014). THE PEDAGOGICAL FUNCTION OF THE HOMEROOM TEACHER INTO THE NEW CONCEPT OF PRIMARY EDUCATION IN REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA. International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education (IJCRSEE), 2(1), 1–5. Retrieved from https://ijcrsee.com/index.php/ijcrsee/article/view/110

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