|dc.contributor.author||Lombard, Hermanus Stephanus||
|dc.description||Skripsie (MEd)--PU vir CHO, 1993||
|dc.description.abstract||This study was undertaken, making use of literature studies, to determine what it
involves for the teacher acting as a "in loco parentis"-person within the pedagogical
education. What is of particular importance and receives much attention is the
concept explication of "in loco parentis".
Further attention is given to the origin of the concept "in loco parentis" as well as the
application thereof in different countries like England, the United States of America
and South Africa.
An important aspect, as seen from the view-point of the teacher, is the pedagogic
tuition which results from the definition of a "in loco parentis"-person. Much
attention is paid to this, especially the matter concerning the triangular relationship
between the parent, the child and the teacher and the duty that the teacher has to keep
these relationships intact and functioning. Important concepts that come to the fore
and to which attention must be paid are authority, discipline and punishment and how
the "in loco parentis"-teacher must handle this.
Attention is also paid to the legal side of the "in loco parentis"-teacher regarding his
duty and rights. Concepts explication is done regarding legal terminology. At the
same time attention is paid as to how this affects the teacher in his "in loco parentis" position.||en_US
|dc.publisher||Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education||
|dc.title||Die 'in loco parentis'–posisie van die onderwyser||afr