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Vem ska bestämma?: en studie om lärares tankar i Skolvärlden 1970-1979
Uppsala University, Disciplinary Domain of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Department of History.
2017 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesisAlternative title
Who is going to make the decisions? : A study og teachers thouhghts during the 1970-1979 according to Skolvärlden (Swedish)
Abstract [en]

1962 a new swedish schoolsystem was accepted called Comprehensive school. The study observes how the discussion of the new schoolsystem looks like in the Union magazine Skolvärlden during the 1970-1969. The study shows how teachers’ thoughts about a schoolsystem which are including all children, no matter what economic statues the have got. Teachers’ need more time to connect with the pupils’.  In the other schoolsystem they did not have that kind of issues that might occure now. Some children from a less education background find it difficult to fit in in the comprehensive school. Teachers’ do not know how to handle those children which are interrupting their classes. As a reason of that special-need education are developed during the decade. The reason of that is that all children in Sweden from now have to go to school for nine years according to the law.

 

Teachers’ also believe that the politicians are interfering a lot in school matters. As an example of that Ingvar Carlsson are saying that school need time to reconnect to the new circumstances. Though the former minister of education Olof Palme in the beginning of the decade says that teachers actually need to be more aware of the importance of internationalization in every subject not just the social subjects. Instead teachers rather will prefer to work by them self to implement the new conditions from the curricula and new research. They should instead leave the education to the teachers that actually have got the education and the knowledge about how to teach children. Teachers’ are also irritated of the low wages according to their harder labor circumstances. They believe that other parts of the labor market have got better incomes and conditions.

Skolvärlden thinks that LO as an organisation connected to the Socialdemokratic party has priveligies that they do not. In the 1975 teachers are prepared to fight for better circumstances and the are very angry at LO who do not want to support them. Skolvärlden thinks that the reason of that is because LO does not think that education is important, which they actually should have thought. The reason of that is because education from now on is very important for a society development.

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2017. , p. 36
Keyword [sv]
Enhetsskolan, didaktik och politiska reformer, synen på eleven, synen på läraren
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URN: urn:nbn:se:uu:diva-324567OAI: oai:DiVA.org:uu-324567DiVA, id: diva2:1110450
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