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Korean Heritage Language Policy in Hawaii’s High Schools

HAWAII-HIGH-SCHOOLOther than the policy on Native American languages, there are very few policies in the U.S. that deal with the maintenance and development of languages other than English (Christian, 1999). The general attitude of the U.S. toward maintenance of heritage languages (HLs) is negative and supports rapid assimilation into English (Duesen-Scholl, Continue reading

Child’s outlook in Waldorf education

study12Basically we use elements of this school for the recovery and rehabilitation of the existing traditional teaching approaches and techniques. We are interested, first of all, in the basic principles of Waldorf education, aimed at developing a holistic worldview of the child. It should be noted that the natural, organic development of a child is one of the first tasks of Waldorf education. Continue reading

School mediation as an effective method to solve pedagogical conflicts

skol-konfDespite the fact that there are lots of discussions about the impact of school nowadays, it is hard to deny the importance of this social institute. The foundation of each school is a huge variety of pupils, their parents, and teachers, connected with formal and informal relationships. That is why a value conflicts become one of the most widespread kind of conflicts, and, at the same Continue reading