Mr. Salija Bangoji

Authors country of origin: Northern Macedonia
Institutional affiliation: Professor at the University of “Goce Delčev”, Faculty of Educational Sciences– Štip.
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Models of open education in schools that are practiced in recent times and are considered successful because the systems are more organized, strengthen the community and young people but also encourage others to try it, respect it and adapt to it to benefit from sharing experiences of all involved in the process of open education, as well as to work on the development of local communities and society as a whole in any way. Attention is paid especially to the individual, regardless of whether they are pedagogues, teachers, students or unemployed rather to anyone who can notice changes in their environment but also who wants to influence on them. Open education opens the possibility for an individual to learn anytime and anywhere with anyone’s support and with the help of any device.

When it comes to upbringing and education, we can say that it went from a traditional to a modern school. It makes the modern school different by introducing innovations in teaching. Also, the school sees progress where the theory of equal opportunities for all is being created, which ranged from the integration of some rejected and neglected groups until inclusion.

In this paper, we want to emphasize that as an innovation in society on the one hand and innovation in school is the integration and inclusion of marginalized groups. “In order to see the individualization of teaching in the light of the concept of inclusive education, it is especially important, first to make a conceptual and essential distinction and then to think about the permeation of elements of these concepts (phenomenon))” (Milinković, M., 2008: 8).

The family has always, in a greater or lesser extent, influenced on social changes and due to the progress of humanity, there is a change in the individual plan of parents in terms of the need for new education, work, statute in society etc. No matter what the changes are, they change the way of life of both parents and children. With the emergence of the need for institutional admission of children in educational institutions, there have been some changes in the family and social field, which has led to changes in the work of institutions. The modernization of schooling itself brings an improvement in the education of parents, who become more informed and instructed in children’s development.

Keywords: open school, open education, inclusion and integration, cooperation of family, schools, communities and societies.

Volume 5.No.1(2021): December (Humanities Session)

ISSN 2661-2666 (Online) International Scientific Journal Monte (ISJM)
ISSN 2661-264X (Print)

DOI : 10.33807/monte.20212022


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