Escuela Moderna PDF Õ Escuela Kindle -

Escuela Moderna PDF Õ Escuela Kindle -

 Escuela Moderna [Reading] ➸ Escuela Moderna Author Francisco Ferrer – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Cultural Writing Anarchism Education Black cloth binding without dust jacket Translated from the Spanish by Joseph McCabe One hundred years after his death Factory School is proud to publish Francisco Cultural Writing Anarchism Education Black cloth binding without dust jacket Translated from the Spanish by Joseph McCabe One hundred years after his death Factory School is proud to publish Francisco Ferrer's THE ORIGIN AND IDEALS OF THE MODERN SCHOOL Ferrer's rationalist school for children established the pedagogical basis for dozens of Modern Schools in the years after his martyrdom and remains a vital source of inspiration in the struggle against official superstitions I would rather have the free spontaneity of a child who knows nothing than the verbal knowledge and intellectual deformation of one that Escuela Kindle - has experienced the existing system of education Francisco Ferrer.


10 thoughts on “ Escuela Moderna

  1. Luna Pérez-Abela Luna Pérez-Abela says:

    Muy buenas ideas de lo ue podría haber sido el modelo de enseñanza en España a principios de siglo pero ue desgraciadamente se desmanteló antes de llegar a tener un impacto real en la sociedad


  2. Seppe Sai Seppe Sai says:

    Ferrer y Guardia hace un recuento de lo ue significó el proyecto de la escuela moderna su gestación en el extranjero y su aplicación en españa Principalmente dedica la obra a exponer sus fundamentos posturas frente al dogma católico ante el capitalismo y la opresiónDedica parte del libro a exponer los principios fundamentales de la escuela como el hecho de ue sea mixta carezca de premio y castigo sus visiones en cómo enseñar geografía y otras áreas sin embargo nunca profundiza en ésto ni expone sobre metodología o didáctica siendo un libro interesante por su relevancia histórica más ue por su aporte a la pedagogía


  3. Ivan Savić Ivan Savić says:

    Most of his ideas are standard practice in today schools He primarly advocated for coeducation of sexes and social classes There is no separation everyone is going in the same class The next important thing is teaching about hygiene I guess at that time the awareness of hygiene was terrible One thing that is not present in today's schools is the omission of grades exams awards and penalties Which seems like a very interesting suggestion not to create student separation


  4. Victor Alcazar Lopez Victor Alcazar Lopez says:

    Not a very thorough analysis of the inner workings of the school as one would expect Still an interesting read


  5. Alfredo Bojórquez Alfredo Bojórquez says:

    Importante para lxs interesadxs en lo político de la educación


  6. Ash Ponders Ash Ponders says:

    Oldie goodieA new translation is needed but for now this suffices Anticipating the rise of Dewey Mills and Montessori the author's wisdom provides a strong alternative to the contemporary pedagogy


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10 thoughts on “ Escuela Moderna

  1. Luna Pérez-Abela Luna Pérez-Abela says:

    Muy buenas ideas de lo ue podría haber sido el modelo de enseñanza en España a principios de siglo pero ue desgraciadamente se desmanteló antes de llegar a tener un impacto real en la sociedad

  2. Seppe Sai Seppe Sai says:

    Ferrer y Guardia hace un recuento de lo ue significó el proyecto de la escuela moderna su gestación en el extranjero y su aplicación en españa Principalmente dedica la obra a exponer sus fundamentos posturas frente al dogma católico ante el capitalismo y la opresiónDedica parte del libro a exponer los principios fundamentales de la escuela como el hecho de ue sea mixta carezca de premio y castigo sus visiones en cómo enseñar geografía y otras áreas sin embargo nunca profundiza en ésto ni expone sobre metodología o didáctica siendo un libro interesante por su relevancia histórica más ue por su aporte a la pedagogía

  3. Ivan Savić Ivan Savić says:

    Most of his ideas are standard practice in today schools He primarly advocated for coeducation of sexes and social classes There is no separation everyone is going in the same class The next important thing is teaching about hygiene I guess at that time the awareness of hygiene was terrible One thing that is not present in today's schools is the omission of grades exams awards and penalties Which seems like a very interesting suggestion not to create student separation

  4. Victor Alcazar Lopez Victor Alcazar Lopez says:

    Not a very thorough analysis of the inner workings of the school as one would expect Still an interesting read

  5. Alfredo Bojórquez Alfredo Bojórquez says:

    Importante para lxs interesadxs en lo político de la educación

  6. Ash Ponders Ash Ponders says:

    Oldie goodieA new translation is needed but for now this suffices Anticipating the rise of Dewey Mills and Montessori the author's wisdom provides a strong alternative to the contemporary pedagogy

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