Volume 3 | Issue 1 | 2015

Abstract

 

In this article investigated the aspect that the course of religious was and still is a timeless stakes in the Greek educational system, as embodied in the curricula almost from the founding of the Greek state. More specifically, raised questions and sought answers about the manner in which the course of religious involved in educational reforms and also how it relates to the reports in the social sphere and social relationships. In this dimension, we accepted as a core position the dialectical relationship between imperatives of each educational reforms with the transformations and changes that occur in socio-economic and political level, and highlighted the need to focus both the course of religious and general the social practice of “religious” upon the needs and feelings of learners-religious subjects.

 

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