INCLUSION – YES or NO

Lucie Havlíčková Source: www.euroclio.eu   The primary purpose of inclusive education is to involve all students in the process of learning regardless of their health, social situation or other limitations. The very first efforts towards the establishing of inclusive education were encouraged by parents of children who were disabled or …

It happened again

Andrea Krawchuk It happened again. She didn’t see it coming and there really wasn’t any good reason for it to happen at that particular moment, yet it did happen. Nothing that day would indicate that there was trouble ahead. She woke up at the usual hour, with the kids and …

A little show of interest

Kristína Lekárová As Ciara was walking home one summer night, hot tears poured down her face. Tired from work and deeply lonely, she just couldn’t help crying. Heavy sobs were interrupted by long intakes of breath. The crying stopped when she was too exhausted to continue. It’s just a part-time job,she …

From your Editor

Dear readers, The Messenger continues to be here for you. This issue has been produced by a team of fully engaged students of AJ_EJTM, it is an inspiring issue and I thank everyone who has participated on its development. If you feel engaged by any of the ideas, please feel free to contact …

Je Učení Mučení? Let’s Discuss Education

Anna Fučková When I enrolled on the “Challenging Conventions in Education” course provided by the Masaryk University Faculty of Education, I had no idea what to expect, but I was hoping that somebody would share my own dissatisfaction with some of the practices one encounters in traditional schooling, and I certainly was not let …