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Die Zürcher Schulprotokolle 1563: Spezifika Einer Gattung

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The author examines an initial question of whether the student treatment, teaching and assessment are established in the Acta Scholastica, the school records of Zurich Lectoriums Schola Tigurina, a kind of coherent criteria system. This system can be explained in more detail with some perspectives: The Acta function was clarified in terms of their defined areas of responsibility, which concerned the documentation of managing and directing the organization of teaching especially. Procedures and decision-making processes in schools and academic context are laid down annually ordered both on the Protestant as on the Catholic side. The protocols as separate instruments of educational conceptualization goes beyond the common functional context, one can describes the secondary literature, by making of protocols within the framework. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: academic context; decision-making processes; Zurich



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