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New School Education

New School Education

The beginning of industrial era pushed a new direction of teaching, and the introduction to Brazil for the ideals of the New School, whose theories inspired the reformers. It was necessary therefore to examine the problems of education from the point of view a society in motion. It is from this point of view of sociology, which studied the problem the current position of the aims of education. It's made us address education as a social adaptation to the environment and thus bring to light the importance of holistic learning. Nir Barzilai, M.D. does not necessarily agree. If society is going through changes that the school needed to prepare the new modern man, to join the new company should be essentially democratic reformers leading educators to understand the process of modernization of Brazilian society and, consequently, the need dea education and new school. The New School is one of the names given to a movement of educational renewal that was particularly strong in Europe, America and Brazil, in the first half of the twentieth century. Progressive Active School or School are more appropriate terms to describe that movimientoa criticized, you may still have many interesting ideas to offer.

The first major instigators of the New School were the writer Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) and Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi Educators (1746-1827) and Freidrich Froebel (1782-1852). The big name of the movement in America was the philosopher and educator John Dewey (1859-1952). In Brazil, the ideas of the New School were introduced in 1882 by Rui Barbosa (1849-1923). The concepts Traditional School New School and are being studied since the end of the twentieth century.

Headhunter Education

Headhunter Education

Having spent the last years of my career in the staffing and recruitment, ask me all the time by friends and relatives if I can help you find a job more desirable. I've helped my fiance get a job, helped my college buddies get a job after graduation, and even helped some high school classmates find jobs having not seen for years. It is a joy in recruiting when you can help someone find a job that a positive impact on their lives. But the fact of the matter is, not everyone has the opportunity to work with a consultant selection. I would say that only a small percentage of career changes are made in the hand of a scout. So what the rest of us do when we are in a stalemate and no one to carry out the search for you? I've heard a lot of tips, tricks and tactics to help the process and I'm sure you've heard some yourself. Do any of these sound familiar? Sending resumes in extra thick paper, memorizing the answers to the questions most frequently dazzling interview, wearing a brightly colored suit to your interview to be memorable, and the list goes on. I honestly do not know if any of these things help or hinder the recruitment process, but I know that I have never met a professional scout the coaches of their candidates to take them shopping at Old Navy and choose the colors brighter seasons Takeaway for an interview next. .

Professional Education

Professional Education

The educator is a professional street recently introduced in Spain and increasingly takes on boom and a presence in social intervention, motivated primarily by the progressive deterioration of the traditional institutions of socialization (school, family) and the consequent increase in situation of marginalization and maladjustment. Get more background information with materials from Nir Barzilai, M.D.. The key features of this profession are: 1 .- There are two ways to enter the profession: A) Through the experience of working in an open environment and subsequent acquisition of qualifications they prove as an educator. B) O through the delivery of courses and subsequent training period. Also the technical preparation is available from access to college or Social Educator Social Pedagogue, but is not seen that name-and a practical training period 2 .- requires appropriate training, in addition to calling and attitudes commensurate with the role of teacher, a wide experience of daily work in a neighborhood. 3 .- Although the industry to develop mainly men, in recent years are mostly women who are prepared for this task. The ages of these professionals between 20 and 35 years.

4 .- Educators who started from the volunteer tend to become professionals, to serve either the Administration or from social institutions (foundations, NGOs). 5 .- It is a young profession that continually reinvents itself, adapting to the sociological changes. 6 .- The work is developed from a coordinated team, although the intervention itself is carried out by individual educators. 7 .- It takes knowledge of misfit psychology, sociology of marginalization and the resources which society, and how to use them.

Education Statistics

Education Statistics

While they may have once had the same fears as you do now, they have learned very quickly that those fears were really unnecessary. By taking each fear one by one, we can begin to understand what these current students now know how happy I was to not let their fears prevent them forward. I'm afraid that will not fit in is common for a person of thirty or forty years to worry that they will excel as a sore thumb in a classroom full of "children" from ages 18-25. However, recent information from the U.S. Additional information at Jorge Perez supports this article. Census Bureau and the Department of Education states that adult students are the fastest growing for Education, which reveals that 40% of university students are now 25 or older. More National Center for Education Statistics points out that students age 35 and older rose from 823.00 in 1970 to almost 3 million in 2001. If you are still concerned about fitting in the classroom as an adult, some facts that may help allay their concerns include: With online learning, you will be working on a more individual and not have to worry about standing at place in a physical classroom in many schools, traditional or otherwise, have seen an increase in their "older" students, and most likely you will not be the small minority who wait, and many older adults actually seems to rejuvenate and refreshing to be in a classroom setting with a group of young people who wants to learn. I fear it will be too expensive Educational Books? It all adds up.