|1. Personal Information|
|Doctoral studies at University of Latvia, Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology, 2006-2010.Liepaja Pedagogical Academy, 2002, Master of Education.Higher education – University of Latvia, Faculty of Physics and Mathematics, 1985, qualification: physicist, teacher of physics;Languages: Latvian – native
Russian – speaking C1, reading C1, writing B2;
English – speaking B2, reading C1, writing C1.
|3. Work Experience|
|Since 1999 – Private Secondary School “Patnis”, Principal,since 2003 „Patnis” Ltd., Board member1997- 1999 – „RAAC” Ltd., Chief Accountant1993-1995 – Aloja Secondary School, Teacher of Physics and Mathematics
1992-1993 – Staicele Primary School, Teacher of Physics
1991-1992 – Jaunpiebalga Secondary School, Teacher of Mathematics and IT
1990-1991 –Adazi Secondary School, Head Deputy of the Education Process
1986-1991 – Adazi Secondary School, Teacher of Physics, Mathematics and IT
1985-1986 – Riga Secondary School No. 41, Teacher of Mathematics
1983-1985 – Riga Secondary Professional School No.19, Teacher of Physics
1980- 1982 – Laboratory of Spectroscophy Problems at the University of Latvia
|2011I rbe, N., Kokare, M., Didactic Principles of Organizational Learning in the Classroom //in Proceedings of the International Conference ‘Society, Integration, Education’2011 Kokare, M., Rubene, Z., A Child and Contemprorary Shooling: Exploring Narratives of Teaching and Learning //in Nowosad I. & Milkowska G. (eds.) International Forum for Education No.1(1). – Torun, Poland: Wydawnictwo Adam Marszalek Publishing House, 123-139.2010Rubene Z., Kokare M., Formation of School as a Learning Organization in the Context of Contemporary Education in Latvia, In Tchibozo G. (ed.) Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Education, Economy and Society, vol.1, Paris, 279-288.
Kokare M., Towards an Understanding of Organizational Learning in the Classroom, In Zogla I.(ed.) Teacher of the 21st Century: Quality Education for Quality Teaching, ATEE Spring University, University of Latvia, Association for Teacher Education in Europe, Riga, Latvia, 2010., 372-380.
Kokare M., Dispositions of an Individual, Group and Organizational Levels at School as a Learning Organization. In Vaitekunas, S. (ed.) Changing Educationa in a Changing Society, ATEE Spring University, Klaipeda University, 123-132.
Rubene Z., Kokare M., The Culture of a School in the Situation of Postmodernism. Latvian Case. In Proceedings of the Paris International Conference on Education, Economy and Society, vol. 2, Paris, 275-285.
Kokare M., School as a Multilevel Learning Organization, In Zogla, I.(ed.) Teacher of the 21st Century, ATEE Spring University, University of Latvia, Riga: University of Latvia Press, 588-596.
|5. Research projects|
|Individual doctoral project: Organizational Learning as a Perspective of Pedagogical Process, 2006-2010.Participation at Doctoral School (University of Latvia) “Human Capacity and Lifewide Learning in Diverse Inclusive Context” research projects, 2010-2011.Participation in the research project “Philosophy of Education in Latvia. Perspectives for the Development”, 2008.|
|7. International Experience|
|ERASMUS studies at Danish School of Education, Aarhus University 02/02-2009-01/05/2009.International courses and seminars:
Participation in SOPHIA network (European Foundation for the Advancement of Doing Philosophy with Children) since 2007.
Organization of International Conference “Meeting Philosophy: opportunities for education” (03/04/2009)