NIKODINOVSKA-BANCOTOVSKA, Suzana and KOTEVA – MOJSOVSKA, Tatjana (2023) MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION IN THE MODERN SOCIETY. EDUCATION Journal of Educational Research, 5 (9-10). pp. 217-221. ISSN 2671 - 3276

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Multicultural Education is an opportunity for cooperation based on equality for cooperation based on equality on many grounds. It means that communication in the processes of education should be based on equality on a more basic basis: different races, genders, social differences, religious and national affiliations, different intellectual development, as well as specialties of different types. It is a challenge for school cooperation to be based on equality in communication. It refers to the cooperation between teachers and students, students and students, teachers and parents, teachers and colleagues, as well as teachers and students in the wider social environment. The importance of cooperation in the school for multicultural communication can be comprehended through the following states and evidence: The cooperation facilitates moving of different cultural entities towards each other; The cooperation facilitates studying of different cultural entities; cooperation contributes to tightening of ties and relations among different cultures; The cooperation tends to coexistence and tolerance among subjects which are different in terms of the level and contents of their cultural development. The multicultural education represents a phenomenon which should be treated multilaterally. In the educational process, multicultural education is of exceptional value, and it should be determined and interpreted in the curricula of an adequate educational level.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: cooperation, interaction, multicultural, multifunctional
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Education
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Date Deposited: 29 Oct 2023 22:29
Last Modified: 29 Oct 2023 22:29

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