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COMENIUS[not an acronym] Community Programme for School Education (EC)
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AWARD: Mayor of Kirklees Clr David Ridgway and Huddersfield Town ambassador Andy Booth, back right, pictured with members of the Comenius Project at Royds Hall (PW221012EComenius)
Aptly described by Atwood as the Unity's last and most eminent theologian (398), Comenius may nevertheless have embodied the frustrations of a movement whose dedication to universal education and pansophism attempted reconciliation of too many divergent views of the world.
The Comenius project, and the doors it opens for our students and staff, is extremely exciting, and I believe it will help our students to better understand our own heritage, as well as that of the young people they engage with from right across Europe.
The Senate of the Comenius University decorated President Gul with the "University Golden Medal".
The Comenius program focuses on the first phase of education, from pre-school and primary to secondary schools and involves all relevant members of the education community including pupils, teachers, local authorities, parents' associations, non-government organizations, teacher training institutes and universities.
The four-part cycle interspersed by recitation of the timeless text illuminates Comenius, evokes the atmosphere of the book and works not just with its own thematic material but for example with Comenius's chorales (the Amsterdam Hymnbook) and Moravian folk melody, but in fact Eben goes even further, beyond the horizon of the literary model, reaching harsh and celestial heights.
Introducing telomeres as representing an evolutionary advance, Nosek and Tomaska (in the departments of biochemistry and genetics, respectively, Comenius U.
St Joseph's is beginning a new programme next year under the Comenius Project.
The deals cover the Institute of Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy (at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences) in Sofia; the Lithuanian Energy Institute in Kaunas; and the Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia.
LORD Neil Kinnock is in Belfast today as chairman of British schools to honour Belfast Boy's Model for its participation in the Comenius project linking students around the world.
John Amos Comenius (Jan Amos Komensky), born in 1592 at Uhersky Brod in eastern Moravia in the Kingdom of Bohemia, was the youngest of five children born to Anna and Martin Komensky, people of modest means and members of the Unity of the Brethren.