teacher

teacher
mokytojas statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Asmuo, mokantis mokykloje arba duodantis privačias pamokas. Pirmieji mokytojai atsirado senovės Rytuose (apie 2000 m. pr. Kr.) ir antikinėje Graikijoje (VI–IV a. pr. Kr.). Viduramžiais mokytojai buvo daugiausia dvasininkai, susikūrus universitetams (nuo XII a.), – jų auklėtiniai. Mokytojavo ir nemažai savarankiškai prasilavinusių žmonių, buvusių kareivių, iš darbo atleistų raštininkų, kitų tarnautojų. Naujaisiais amžiais mokytojai tapo valdinių mokymo įstaigų tarnautojais. Absoliutinių monarchijų laikais jie buvo valdininkai – monarchų valios vykdytojai. Nuo Renesanso epochos ir reformacijos laikų pradėta kovoti dėl mokytojo savarankiškumo, nepriklausomybės nuo valdžios ir bažnyčios. atitikmenys: angl. teacher vok. Lehrer rus. учитель ryšiai: palyginkdėstytojas palyginkdėstytojas

Enciklopedinis edukologijos žodynas. 2007.

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