Konec pedagogiky : kritický esej

Title: Konec pedagogiky : kritický esej
Variant title:
  • The end of educational sciences : a critical essay
Source document: Studia paedagogica. 2013, vol. 18, iss. 2-3, pp. [55]-72
  • ISSN
    1803-7437 (print)
    2336-4521 (online)
Type: Article
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Kritický esej popisuje tři současné diskurzy, které natolik ohrožují základní principy pedagogických věd, že lze s nadsázkou hovořit o konci pedagogiky. Koncem pedagogiky je myšleno nahrazení pedagogických konstant jinými prvky. Diskurz je pojímán jako určitý z působ vnímání skutečnosti v daném oboru a dané době, což se v prvé řadě projevuje v jazyce a ve druhé řadě v rámování debaty uvnitř daného oboru. Postupně analyzujeme tři diskurzy (diskurz evidence, praktického výzkumu a technologický diskurz) a detailně popisujeme jednotlivé koncepty a myšlenky, ze kterých jsou dané diskurzy vystavěny. V závěru shrnujeme vliv popsaných diskurzů a ukazujeme, jak mohou nahradit některé pedagogické koncepty, pokud nedojde ke konsolidaci oboru.
This critical essay describes three contemporary discourses which threaten the essential principles of educational sciences to such a degree that it is possible to start talking about the end of educational sciences, albeit with a hint of exaggeration. The end of educational sciences is understood to herald a change in educational constants and their replacement with different elements. We understand discourse as a way of perception in a given field at a given time which is mirrored both in language and in the framing of debates in the field. We progressively analyse three discourses (evidence-based discourse, discourse of practical research and technological discourse) and describe in detail the individual concepts and thoughts from which the discourses stem. The essay concludes with a summary of influences of the described discourses and also with showing how the discourses can replace some educational concepts, if the field is not consolidated.
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