Management in schools in a multiethnic environment

Petrova Gjorgjeva, Emilija and Kirova, Snezana (2014) Management in schools in a multiethnic environment. In: Practicum of Future Pedagogues, Teachers and Kindergarten Teachers in Multicultural Environments – Experiences and Challenges, 27-29 Nov 2014, Skopje, Macedonia.

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Abstract

Resolving conflicts/disputes is part of people’s’ efforts to avoid violence. The varieties of ways of resolving a dispute that are characteristic to certain cultural region are associated with the basic values of the community and the willingness to implement them in practice. Conflict/dispute prevention, fast response, their management and the handling of the outbreak of a conflict or a dispute requires a very complex action of different factors in the community (formal- institutional or informal). If conflicts/disputes are managed appropriately, they will not cause an escalation of hostility and produce violence, and they can represent a process of purification and liberation through which a whole series of misunderstandings and erroneous information can be cleared. That way they can become an opportunity for change and creation of mutual respect, understanding and reconciliation. The desired interethnic setting cannot be established solely by legal, political and other declarations, but through a long and complex process of socialization of a person. This in turn means that all social agents, starting from family to educational institutions, media, non-governmental associations and others should enable the individual to adopt the correct value orientation towards the culture and ethnicity of other groups. More specifically, the educational activity of the aforementioned socialization factors should enable people, especially young people, for deeper understanding of intercultural relations and for acceptance of ethnic diversity and tolerance as an existential social value and important condition for the development of both individuals and the society.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Education, ethnicity, environment, values, tolerance.
Subjects: Social Sciences > Educational sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Educational Science
Depositing User: Emilija Petrova Gorgeva
Date Deposited: 05 Feb 2015 12:47
Last Modified: 07 Aug 2015 12:33
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/12405

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