Posts Tagged ‘Brazil’
Here are some news from our friends at Fair Start:
HOW TO EDUCATE CHILDREN IN UNDERSTANDING AND PRACTICING THEIR RIGHTS
In the free online education program for social pedagogues www.train.fairstartedu.us , we continue to create more language versions. I have also designed resource sessions for educating children in exercising their rights, in how to inform children and youth about sexuality and prevention, etc.
You can use these staff education “sessions”. The session concerning educating children in their rights can be found if you click “resources” at http://institutions.fairstartedu.us/?page_id=1874#
This is our second version of the social pedagogue training program. When tested, it will also be in Russian, Bulgarian, Polish, Latvian and Danish language versions. For more info, go to www.fairstartglobal.com
PS: For colleagues in Brazil, we have translated the texts of www.train.fairstartedu.com into Brazilian Portuguese, and the book about helping children with attachment problems is here in Portuguese: http://climepsi.pt/livros/a_crianca_abandonada
Best from Fair Start educations and Niels Peter Rygaard, Denmark
A while ago Mr. Érico Ribas Machado from Florianópolis, Brazil, sent me his thesis on scial pedagogy, published in 2010. It is a research which analyses the emergence of social pedagogy as a sub-field of Brazilian education based on Pierre Bourdieu´s concept of field. Its main goal is to understand the historical background of social pedagogy as a sub-field of education in Brazil, its basic concepts, origins and connections with Popular Education.
Unfortunately, it is only in Portuguese, so to those of you who understand it, enjoy the read.
Link to the thesis:
Érico Ribas Machade from Brazil has sent me his master thesis: “The constitution of social pedagogy in the Brazilian education”. It is unfortunately only in Portuguese, but I am sure a lot of the Portuguese speaking people will enjoy it.
Read the thesis here.
PS: If anyone else has a report, thesis, survey or other material they find relevant to publish on AIEJI’s website, feel free to send me a copy.