Geschichte der deutschsprachigen Lehrkraftausbildung in Ungarn zwischen 1777 und 1907
Słowa kluczowe:teacher training, minority education, minority languages, institutions for teacher training
The present study examines the history of German-language teacher training since appearance of the Ratio Educationis (1777) till the end of the 19. century. A systemic review of regulations, laws and curricula enable an examination of the changes in teacher training institutions, including the language of instruction in teacher training. 2019 marked the two-hundredth anniversary of elementary-level teacher training for the German minority in Hungary. The most important historical sources of this study, which will be examined in this qualitative research analysis, are curricula, educational laws and regulations as well as textbooks and timetables, in addition to the review of related publications. An in-depth look of the documents makes it possible to follow the continuously changing attitudes toward minority teacher training throughout the different epochs of Hungarian education.