Czech-Polish Historical and Pedagogical Journal – v. 8, n. 1 (2016)

Table of Contents

The First Fifty Years of the Didactics of History at the Faculty of Education at Masaryk University (1946–1996). Jaroslav Vaculík

Participation of the Society for the Support of the Construction of State Schools in the Realisation of Construction Projects in the North-eastern Borderlands of the Second Republic of Poland. Stefania Walasek

The Educational Work of the Slavic Women’s Union in Poland (and Czechoslovakia) during the Interwar Period – Ideas, Postulates, and Selected Examples. Mirosław Piwowarczyk

Contemporary Didactics of History in the Czech Republic. František Čapka

Higher Education Reform in Poland. An Example of Training for Candidates of Teacher Profession. Danuta Konieczka-Śliwińska

Political and Social Refl ections of the Soviet Bloc in Didacticised Media and History Teaching. Kamil Štěpánek

Who was Jeremias Joseph Knechtel? A Few Remarks about an Unknown Baroque Painter from Bohemia. Emilia Kłoda

Ukrainian Cultural-Educational life in Lemkovina from the End of the 19th Centuries to the 1930s. Dmytro Hertsyuk – Iryna Myshchyshyn

The Phenomenon of a Polish Kresy Town on the Lithuanian-Belarusian Territory in the 1st Half of the 19th Century. Barbara Jędrychowska

Andrey Sheptytsky – an Educator and a Caretaker of the Ukrainian Youth. Nadiya Zayachkivska

Travelling within the Socialist Period in the Awareness of Today’s Youth. Beata Bednářová

Group Coaching as a Form of Support for Minority Group Leaders. Marek Podgórny

Programmes of Supporting the Educational Needs of Romani Pupils in the Czech Republic. Lenka Gulová – Stanislav Střelec

Multicultural Career Counselling: Helping Minority Groups. Violetta Drabik-Podgórna

Czech-Polish Historical and Pedagogical Journal – v. 8, n. 1 (2016)