Pedagogičtí pracovníci na malotřídních školách - izolovaní a nekvalifikovaní?
Teaching Staff in small Schools with composite Classes - isolated and underqualified?
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The paper presents the problems involved in operating small schools with composite classes as experienced by their staff. A statistical analysis of selected items from a national questionnaire survey conducted in small schools with composite classes is used to introduce topics viewed as key ones in the everyday reality of providing education in these schools. Mainly professional specifics surfacing in teaching at a small school are emphasized. The individual chapters discuss qualification of staff, their continuing education, openness versus isolation of small schools as to professional experience sharing, cooperation and inspiration. The individual topics are connected by the typical context of village environment providing a common denominator to the relevant variables.
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