The new paradigm of the Europen pedagogy of the 21st century may be perceived mainly as a manifestation of numerous types of thinking about education and its alternatives. It is mostly the paradigm of pedagogy characterized by anti-fundamentalism. The consequence of its alternativeness is the arrival of complimentary theories, schools and trends of modern, multicultural education in Europe and in other countries. The implications of these new approaches are: - departure from the pedagogy of 'moulding' and introduction of pedagogy of 'liberation'; departure from the pedagogy of 'security' and introduction of pedagogy of 'searching' and 'alternative'; - departure from the pedagogy of the 'pompous' and introduction of pedagogy of the 'dialogue'; - departure from dogmatism and introduction of dynamism in functioning of educational partners.
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