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For all the information regarding the Erasmus+ Programme and the international exchange at the JU Institute of Pedagogy, please contact

Lukasz Tomczyk PhD
Erasmus+ Programme Coordinator at the Institute of Pedagogy

E-mail: lukasz.tomczyk@uj.edu.pl
 

The Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Erasmus/international students during their studies at the Institute of Pedagogy, and for signing their Learning Agreements.

All other documents and procedures (e.g. Letter of Acceptance, Transcript of Records, Confirmation of Stay) are the responsibility of the International Students Office (incoming.erasmus@uj.edu.pl).

Erasmus Courses 2024/2025

  • Heritage and Education, lectures and workshops / 30h / 3 ECTS / winter semester / dr Joanna Torowska

The objectives are oriented towards the basic knowledge between heritage and education. During the classes students will be given many examples of heritage objects and its interpretation why they are important and worth knowing. Getting to know some national heritage objects, getting to know some heritage issues, as different definitions of the “heritage”, usages of heritage in education. Acquring the ability of reading semi-advanced texts about education and trying to understand it in a wider context.The subject aims to show the spread of a contextually changeable semantic space of heritage. A concept of heritage is important for educationists, referring to the concept of regional and citizenship education which include a concept of heritage. Heritage was usually describing a historic monument, or archaeological site; secondly in the 80-ies it started to describe a monument with its surrounding, and in the 90-es it described even a landscape, called cultural landscape. Nowadays it also refers to intangible objects such as dances, songs, myths, etc.

  • The Social Sciences and Challenging Issues, short lectures / 30h / 3 ECTS / winter semester / dr hab. Lucas Mazur

Scholars have argued that power is one of the most important concepts in all the social sciences (Hearn, 2012). This course will explore how this concept has been historically understood, and the variability we see in how it is understood today. An awareness of the multifaceted nature of power is essential for all social scientists, and especially for people who pursuing careers in those fields traditionally closely linked with debates about power, such as education and the criminal justice system. As the notion of power is what Gallie (1956) called an "essentially contested concept" – meaning that we are all intuitively aware of what the term means despite the often-contradictory nature of those understandings – the course should offer considerable opportunities for lively discussions and debates. This is a wonderful opportunity to practice English in an environment that is comfortable and friendly, but also thought-provoking and intellectually challenging. 

  • Pretence in education: the possibility of disclosing and overcoming / 30h / 4 ECTS / dr Krzysztof Polak, prof. UJ

The aim of the course is to acquire students' knowledge, skills and habits in the fields of pedagogical activity resulting from the specificity of the field of study. A foreign language used during these classes is primarily an instrument of communication and reflection on the content of the subject, but it is also an object of improvement. Material competences related to the learning outcomes of the course will be supplemented with competences related to the need to communicate in a foreign language. They will be complemented in activities that require reading foreign-language texts and foreign-language audiovisual materials.
Explanation of terms: pretense in education, stereotype, falsehood, fake, abuse, myth, sham etc.
Examples of pretense in education: religion and ethics lessons at school; crib problem; black market for exams tests; healthy food in school stores; school uniforms; student as a subject of school life; integrated and integrative (inclusive) education etc. - who and how can counteract?
Does school kill creativity? - film and discussion.
Homeschooling as the potential example of pretence.
Examples of pretence in education - Nigeria, USA, Great Britain - text work.
Student's examples of pretence - presentation.

  • Contemporary Problems of Social Prevention / 30h / 3 ECTS / dr hab. Lucas Mazur

The aim of the course is to provide knowledge about contemporary challenges facing social prevention.
Appreciating the value of social prevention in teacher education and educational and resocialization practice. Understanding the value and limitations of systemic and institutional attempts to control or shape
human behavior.

  • Contemporary Problems of Social Rehabilitation / 30h / 3 ECTS / dr hab. Justyna Kusztal

Topics discussed during classes:
1. theoretical foundations and systemic conditions of institutional and community resocialization;
2. opportunities and challenges related to social rehabilitation;
3. the importance of social rehabilitation for society at large.

 

Students affiliated with the Institute of Pedagogy have priority during the registration for the courses offered at the Institute. You have to enroll in at least two of them.

To register for academic courses at other Institutes and/or Departments of the Jagiellonian University, please contact a relevant Erasmus+ Coordinator.

Registration for courses

Registration for courses is carried out by the secretary of the Institute of Pedagogy

Office hours: 7.30 - 15.30, room 4, 12 Batorego St.

phone: (012) 663 39 24

e-mail: m.karcz@uj.edu.pl