IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RESTITUTION IN THE CONTEMPORARY TEACHING PRACTICE IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA

Authors

  • Svetlana Pandiloska Grncharovska Study program in Pedagogy, Faculty of Philosophy, State University in Tetovo, Tetovo
  • Gordana Stankovska Study program in Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, State University in Tetovo, Tetovo
  • Fadbi Osmani Study program in Pedagogy, Faculty of Philosophy, State University in Tetovo, Tetovo

Keywords:

discipline, restitution, behaviour, students

Abstract

The discipline of students is a problem for which there are as many different approaches as theoretical concepts and legal regulation of these issues. It is too often based on procedures, which are used to prevent undesired behaviour. The dominance of such discipline treatment, which often puts the teacher in a position of a conductor and the student as an executor, perhaps is the simplest, but not the most proper way. 
Viewed from this perspective the discipline should deny repressive and aggressive methods. This actually represents an attempt to overcome the historical understanding of the term pupils` discipline which carries an emphasized negative connotation. This does not mean removing of all rules, regulations and procedures, but an attempt to increase students` accountability and considering this fact since the nineties of the twentieth century, in the world intensively appear strings of pedagogical leadership models, which treat the issue of students’ discipline. Stressing their extraordinary importance, we decided to study the pattern of restitution and the effects of its application in establishing school discipline.

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Published

2020-08-24

How to Cite

Pandiloska Grncharovska, S., Stankovska, G., & Osmani, F. (2020). IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RESTITUTION IN THE CONTEMPORARY TEACHING PRACTICE IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA. International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education (IJCRSEE), 1(2), 38–44. Retrieved from https://www.ijcrsee.com/index.php/ijcrsee/article/view/2