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22 December 2020

Ivan Boberskyiʼs pedagogical activity at Bazilian Sisters Servants Gymnasium in Lviv (1906 – 1914)

East European Historical Bulletin
Ivan Boberskyiʼs pedagogical activity at Bazilian Sisters Servants Gymnasium in Lviv (1906 – 1914)

The purpose of the research is to investigate Ivan Boberskyiʼs pedagogical activity at Basilian Sisters Servants (Vasiliyanok sisters) Womenʼs Gymnasium in Lviv comprehensively. The methodology of the research is based on the use of the general scientific (analysis, synthesis, generalization) and special-historical (historical-typological, historical-systemic) methods, principles of historicism, systematicity, scientificity, verification, the authorʼs objectivity, narrative constructivism. By applying the biographical method, the authors were more likely to disclose the goals and objectives of the study. The scientific novelty is that for the first time in the Ukrainian and foreign historiography I. Boberskyiʼs pedagogical activity was investigated in the Ukrainian Basilian Sister Servants Womenʼs Gymnasium in Lviv during 1906 — 1914, in particular, as holding the position of the German language Professor, being the Head of the German-language Library for the students, the author of the educational and methodological literature, designed specially for the physical education classes («rukhanka»), the source of inspiration for the «Girls Sports Club» activity. The Conclusions. During his pedagogical work at the Ukrainian Bazilian Sister Servants Womenʼs Gymnasium in Lviv, I. Boberskyi introduced «rukhanka» classes (physical education lessons) into the educational process of students, taught German at a high level, was at the head of the German-language library, initiated the «Girls Sports Club» establishment, published the vital scientific and methodological works on physical education topical issues, popularized various sports among girls. 

Source: Sova A., Romaniuk M. (2019) Ivan Boberskyiʼs pedagogical activity at Bazilian Sisters Servants Gymnasium in Lviv (1906 – 1914). East European Historical Bulletin. Іcientific conference proceedings: 71–80

Source web-site: http://eehb.dspu.edu.ua/article/view/184411/188058

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