Воспитание / Vospitanie - Journal of Educational Sciences, Theory and Practice 2024-02-08T11:18:07+00:00 Emilija Petrova Gjorgjeva Open Journal Systems <p>&nbsp;<strong><em>Vospitanie</em></strong> - <strong>Journal of Educational Sciences, Theory and Practice</strong> is an official publication of the “Goce Delcev” University, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Stip, Republic of Macedonia. It is published twice yearly. The journal publishes <strong>original scientific papers, short communications, reviews, professional and educational papers </strong>from all fields of advance the empirical, theoretical, and methodological understanding of education and learning. Particularly, papers that are interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach to the study and survey of the problems in education.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Table of content 2024-02-08T11:18:06+00:00 Jadranka Runceva <p>Table of content</p> 2024-02-08T09:04:47+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Воспитание / Vospitanie - Journal of Educational Sciences, Theory and Practice DIGITAL VIOLENCE: PERCEPTION OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH AND WITHOUT DISABILITIES FROM THE TERRITORY OF AP VOJVODINA 2024-02-08T11:18:06+00:00 Nataša Pajkić Bojana Perić Prkosovački Nina Brkić Jovanović <p>The goal of this research is to deepen the knowledge about the phenomenon of digital violence against children with and without developmental disabilities and to raise environmental awareness of the presence of digital violence in the population of children and youth with and without developmental disabilities in order to guide society in the direction of the possibility of protection from it.</p> <p>In the research participated 5227 elementary school age students with and without disabilities.The data was collected in elementary schools and schools for students with developmental disabilities in the territory of AP Vojvodina within the project of the Provincial Secretariat for Education, Regulations, Administration and National Minorities - National Communities "Violence on the Internet: How to prevent and fight against violence on the Internet?".</p> <p>The results of the research showed that digital violence among children and young people with and without disabilities in the territory of AP Vojvodina is represented in a significant percentage.&nbsp; Research data shows that the largest number of children and young people access the Internet through their mobile phones, which supports the fact that the risk of children and young people experiencing this type of violence is significant.&nbsp; Likewise, the data analysis showed that the largest percentage of children and young people believe that they, their parents and teachers are responsible for protecting children and young people from digital violence.&nbsp; From this arises a clear need for the education of children and young people, better communication between schools and teachers, students and parents and clearer procedures related to the prevention and protection of children and young people from violence on the Internet or procedures when violence occurs, all for the purpose of preventing&nbsp; numerous negative outcomes that digital violence can lead to.</p> 2024-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Воспитание / Vospitanie - Journal of Educational Sciences, Theory and Practice LANGUAGE STRATEGIES IN BILINGUAL FAMILIES 2024-02-08T11:18:06+00:00 Mina Karaman <p>Due to the increase in multinational marriages and immigrant families, there is a rise in the number of parents and children who are facing the challenges of bilingualism. Thus, some authors stress the need for bilingual family language strategies to be further explored. The aim of this article was to tackle some of the issues in early education of bilingual children by presenting different approaches to Family Language Policy (FLP) in bilingual families. After looking at all the language strategy approaches to raising a child in a bilingual environment, we can conclude that in the end it is mostly up to the parents and the children themselves how they will cope with the challenges posed by bilingualism. However, experts can agree on one thing, consistency in the rules of use of any of the language strategies is advised. But also, those rules should be natural and suitable for parents and consistent with their living situation.</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> 2024-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Воспитание / Vospitanie - Journal of Educational Sciences, Theory and Practice MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN SCHOOLS 2024-02-08T11:18:06+00:00 Daniela Koceva Nikola Projkov <p>The style of school leadership greatly affects the positive climate and atmosphere between school employees, which in turn affects the efficiency in the implementation of organizational goals and the ways that contribute to their achievement. In this paper we will examine the role of the principal in the management of human resources and school leadership style as a requirement for a work environment in which everyone contributes.</p> <p>Many management theorists emphasize the human side of the organization (school), the relationships between employees at all levels, how individuals and groups react and act in the organization, the nature of informal ties between employees, etc.</p> <p>The participative management system, one of the systems established by Likert, contributes to the establishment of a democratic style of school management, which offers the potential to overcome the weaknesses that tend to develop in other systems (primarily authoritative ones).</p> <p>A democratic school leader ensures that all members of the school community are involved the decision-making process – but participation will vary, depending on the context. Leadership and responsibility are shared, and frequently there are leaders of subgroups, as well as decentralization of authority. Such a school culture, with an open and friendly atmosphere, contributes to teachers and professional associates being more motivated and dedicated, formal and informal communication will develop, and the school will achieve higher academic results.</p> 2024-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Воспитание / Vospitanie - Journal of Educational Sciences, Theory and Practice SOCIOPEDAGOGICAL ASPECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION OF PREADOLESCENTS AND ADOLESCENTS AS A FUNCTION OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 2024-02-08T11:18:06+00:00 Snezana Stavreva Veselinovska <p>This paper deals with the topic of sociological and pedagogical aspects of young people’s education in the pre-adolescent and adolescent age in the function of sustainable development. The <em>aim</em> of our research is, from sociological and pedagogical aspect, to:</p> <p>Define the categories of ecologically sustainable education;</p> <p>Observe and categorize the forms of ecological education present in our contemporary practice;</p> <p>Analyze the contents of ecological education aiming to realize sustainable development;</p> <p>Measure the effects of school - as the most spread and most organized form of education – on attitudes of those being educated;</p> <p>Instead of a conclusion to offer hypotheses for modernizing ecological education in the function of sustainable development.</p> <p>In accordance with the abovementioned aims, we will be faced with a number of research methods. During defining the categories, we will combine the descriptive with the method of critical observation, and the usage of fundamental concepts in everyday life. It seems that such a combination is the most adequate one for a thorough understanding of the contents and influence of education on people as ecological beings.</p> <p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Using the contents analysis, we want to point at the school curricula for educating young generations about ecologically sustainable development. Comparisons and combinations will not only help us to clear up the complexity of ecological education, but also to point at a hypothetical possibility of overcoming some stereotypes in our manner of work so far.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2024-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Воспитание / Vospitanie - Journal of Educational Sciences, Theory and Practice DEALING WITH PEER VIOLENCE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, A CASE STUDY IN PRIMARY SCHOOL HINKO SMREKAR 2024-02-08T11:18:07+00:00 Igorcho Angelov <p>Peer violence has developed to a large extent in today's society. It starts at early age and continues in primary and secondary school. Professional workers is education meet with diffrent forms of violence. &nbsp;We perceive the most peer violence in elementary school, because pupils start to explore society in a different way. We can say that we start talking about it in the second triad. Some professional workers deal with violence almost every day. In this text, we present a qualitative research with a case study at Primary School Hinko Smrekar.</p> <p>In the theoretical part, we show what peer violence means and the forms and types of peer violence. In the case study, we present a protocol for dealing with the perception of peer violence at Primary School Hinko Smrekar.</p> <p>Given that society has changed a lot, and us, educators detect inappropriate behavior in individuals every day, which then turns into various forms of peer violence, we must be prepared to act in the event that we perceive this type of behavior. For this reason, it is necessary to be prepared and also to know how to act corectly.</p> 2024-01-15T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Воспитание / Vospitanie - Journal of Educational Sciences, Theory and Practice