CLASSROOM TEACHING (Class teacher;)
The first cycle of the study program CLASSROOM TEACHING at the basic academic studies lasts for four years, in which 240 ECTS credits are acquired. The second cycle (master’s degree) lasts two semesters in which 60 ECTS credits are acquired and third cycle (doctoral studies) lasts for three years and 180 ECTS credits are acquired.
A student who defends a thesis after passing all subjects provided by the curriculum for eight semesters receives a certificate of completion of the study program with 240 ECTS credits, and becomes a Bachelor of Classroom Teaching based on the elective courses in the selected module – 240 ECTS.
A student who defends a master’s thesis after passing all the subjects provided by the curriculum for two semesters receives a certificate of completion of the study program with 60 ECTS credits, and becomes a Master in Classroom Teaching based on selected elective courses in the selected module – 60 ECTS.
A student who defends a doctoral dissertation after passing all the subjects provided by the curriculum for six semesters receives a certificate of completion of the study program with 180 ECTS credits, and becomes a Doctor of Philosophy in Classroom Teaching – 180 ECTS.
After graduation, the class teacher will be able to work: theoretical and practical understanding of the phenomenon of education and teaching in the field of primary education, the ability to structure the professionalization of the teaching profession, monitoring modern trends in primary education, the ability to identify and research current problems in school education. and teaching in the field of primary education, methodological ability to research problems and phenomena in the field of primary education, for permanent training, continuous and self-directed learning in the field of profession, cooperation with the social environment and various factors of educational work in primary education.
The study program Classroom teaching is structured on the basis of European and world studies of primary education. The focus of the studies is an interactive and interdisciplinary teaching process, training students for lifelong learning, acquiring skills that will help them easily adapt to market changes, and, above all, practical work not only within the faculty but also within various media, government and non-governmental organizations with which the Department of Classroom Teaching has cooperation. Through the study, students are gradually introduced to the future business environment, teaching, management in the public and non-governmental sector, experts in primary education. The department also encourages students to attend a number of additional trainings, seminars, to use the European and world student exchange programs, and periodically organizes study trips.