Prof. Dr. Kéri Katalin

PTE BTK Neveléstudományi Intézet – a modernizált változata

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Egy 800 éves modern könyv: Al-Zarnúdzsí útmutatója diákoknak

Posted by ambrusa - 2008. június 16.

Kéri Katalin: Egy 800 éves modern könyv: Al-Zarnúdzsí útmutatója diákoknak Szerző: Kéri Katalin
Cím: Egy 800 éves modern könyv: Al-Zarnúdzsí útmutatója diákoknak
Megjelenés: In: Neveléstörténet, V. évf., 2008/3-4. sz. (11), 110-120. o.
Licenc: © Kéri Katalin, 2008 | Hungary 2.5 [CC BY-NC-ND 2.5]
Letöltés: [.pdf] [.rtf] [.txt] [stream] [.epub] [.mobi] [.djvu]
Identifier: Internet Archive

An 800 year-old modern book: al-Zarnuji’s instruction of the student. – Recently the scope of research of universal history of education has been focusing more intensively to study pedagogical history of other continents as well. This perspective, which alloys the results of comparative educational science and various trends in cultural history, may contribute to a more refined understanding of the history of education shedding more light on intercultural relations as well. The Middle Ages gave birth to several works of art in pedagogy outside the European civilization, which, however, did influence the pedagogical mindset in Europe. The “Instruction of the Student – The Method of Learning”, al-Zarnuji’s guide for students written in the early 13th century, became well-known in Europe as well, is, for example, is such a book of significant influence. This paper introduces the main chapters and ideas presented in that book originally written in Arabic, sheds light to the Islamic concept of learning of that time, and highlights how the book was received in Europe (in the Western civilization). The medieval author focused on the quintessence of attaining a knowledge, methods of learning, the particular features of teachers’ work, and selection of syllabus. His book is rich in topics and is a pleasure to read, contains plenty of poems and maxims, and generations read it over many centuries.

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