Posts Tagged ‘Educational Theory’
All affective variables or domains must be stimulated from the earliest pre-school age. Otherwise it is a very difficult, almost impossible, task for high school and the university. However, at any age, the world of feeling is always open to exploration and individual growth. If this has not been achieved at the previous levels of […]
Dogmatism and rigidity in the university are sources of intolerance, authoritarianism and conflict. Moreover, flexibility is not a synonym of weakness; on the contrary, it is a symbol of spiritual fortitude that grows when it rectifies mistakes and discovers its own ignorance.
I am a firm believer in the education of the heart and the education of the creative impulse. At the risk of sounding too idealistic, I believe that what is dignified, what is gentle, what is poetic and artistic in the human spirit is the most important part of the education of a child. The […]
What has come to be know as educational technology sprang from behaviorist psychology and philosophical positivism and gradually came to include the theories of systems and of communication. However, the different incidence of each of the contributions in each place, and the passing of time, have shown all too clearly the shortcomings of the atomistic […]
Nothing is more important in the early stages of a child of any cultural and social condition than being prepared for cooperative behavior and social learning in which learning to understand himself and others, learning to trust, learning to respect the environment, learning to understand and control emotions, to develop meaningful relationships, and to be […]
Education begins and ends with humans. Thus, to understand the concepts of education we study ourselves and our existence. Man is born in solitude. However, in the brief moments after his birth, he feels desolate and is unable to survive by himself. Unlike other animal species, a human being requires an extended childhood to organize […]