Published in journal "Pedagogy and education", 2013-3 in rubric "Pedagogical ideal", pages 234-246.
Resume: The article is based on Jerome Bruner’s idea about socialization of children through up-bringing and education. As a social institution, school should simulate social and emotional development of children besides performance of its main tasks, teaching and up-bringing. Only social and emotional development can allow school to prepare children for life in a society. School education has other cultural functions, too. Education is becoming the tool of cultural reproduction. The author of the article views education as a part of culture in general because education is created by culture, on one side and helps to form culture, on the other side. The most ultimate goal of school education is to help a student believe in his competence and intellectual abilities. This ultimate goal lies at the root of all up-bringing processes and achievement of this goal should be the true trigger of all education.
Keywords: pedagogical anthropology, human, society, teaching, up-bringing, socialization, culture of education, psychology, knowledge, narrative.
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