Stanisław Antoni Skrzeszewski jako nauczyciel Państwowego Pedagogium w Krakowie
STANISŁAW ANTONI SKRZESZEWSKI AS THE TEACHER OF THE NATIONAL PEDAGOGIUM IN CRACOW
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Stanisław Antoni Skrzeszewski was the teacher of the National Pedagogium in the Department of Education of Polish Committee of National Liberation and twice the minister of education. In Cracow Pedagogium managed by Henryk Rowid, he taught methodology of elementary teaching and at some point he taught history of education, pedagogical psychology and philosophy. He gathered books for methodological library for the young and took care of extra curricular activities of the students of pedagogy. Moreover, he also looked after German language students who were candidates for teachers in German schools of ethnic minorities in the Silesian province. He paid much attention to the matters of pedagogical training. He cooperated in this matter with the Pedagogium School of Exercise. Rowid positively assessed Skrzeszewski’s didactic activities. The future minister gathered his didactic experience working from 1937 in the Pedagogical Institute and from November 1938 to the outbreak of the war as an assistant volunteer at the Pedagogical Training College of the Jagiellonian University. His thoughts and reflections were described in two papers published in “Pedagogical Movement”. The experience gathered while working as a teacher was used by him for ideological and political influence exerted on education after the war.
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