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The mutual interaction of teacher and student and observance of ethical principles in their communication are currently actual problem in the teaching process, including university study. In order to map the current situation in the application of ethical principles and pedagogical tact in the teaching, we realised long-term pedagogical survey in acad. years 2009/2010 and 2017/2018 (65/105 respondents, respectively). Respondents—students of the first year of Faculty of Medicine Comenius University in Bratislava evaluated the level of ethical principles observance and pedagogical tact during teaching and the quality of mutual communication teacher–student and student–teacher. The results of this survey are analysed in this paper.
Keywords: Ethics, ethical principles in education, pedagogical tact, communication teacher—student.
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