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¡La educación está desnuda! (eBook-ePub)

By Juan Ignacio Pozo Municio
  • ISBN Code: : 8413189098
  • Publisher : Ediciones SM España
  • Pages : 128
  • Category : Education
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Como la sinceridad infantil en "El traje nuevo del emperador", de Hans Christian Andersen, ha tenido que llegar la crisis de la COVID-19 para desvelar las numerosas debilidades de nuestro sistema educativo.Debemos aprender de este gran incidente crítico, reflexionar y generar cambios como seleccionar un currículo más ajustado a un concepto de aprendizaje profundo, asentar el enfoque competencial y avanzar hacia una escuela híbrida. Este texto extrae algunas lecciones de la crisis, detecta carencias del sistema educativo y propone plantearnos qué educación queremos. Pretende retratar su desnudez, hacernos conscientes de ella, y encontrar nuevas formas de vestir la educación.

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Henry A. Giroux is one of the most respected and well-known critical education scholars, social critics, and astute observers of popular culture in the modern world. For those who follow his considerably influential work in critical pedagogy and social criticism, this first-ever collection of his classic writings, augmented by a new essay, is a must-have volume that reveals his evolution as a scholar. In it, he takes on three major considerations central to pedagogy and schooling.The first section offers Girouxs most widely read theoretical critiques on the culture of positivism and technocratic rationality. He contends that by emphasizing the logic of science and rationality rather than taking a holistic worldview, these approaches fail to take account of connections among social, political, and historical forces or to consider the importance of such connections for the process of schooling. In the second section, Giroux expands the theoretical framework for conceptualizing and implementing his version of critical pedagogy. His theory of border pedagogy advocates a democratic public philosophy that embraces the notion of difference as part of a common struggle to extend the quality of public life. For Giroux, a student must function as a border-crosser, as a person moving in and out of physical, cultural, and social borders. He uses the popular medium of Hollywood film to show students how they might understand their own position as partly constructed within a dominant Eurocentric tradition and how power and authority relate to the wider society as well as to the classroom.In the last section, Giroux explores a number of contemporary traditions and issues, including modernism, postmodernism, and feminism, and discusses the matter of cultural difference in the classroom. Finally, in an essay written especially for this volume, Giroux analyzes the assault on education and teachers as public intellectuals that began in the Reagan-Bush era and continues today. Henry A. Giroux is one of the most respected and well-known critical education scholars, social critics, and astute observers of popular culture in the modern world. For those who follow his considerably influential work in critical pedagogy and social criticism, this first-ever collection of his classic writings, augmented by a new essay, is a must-have volume that reveals his evolution as a scholar. In it, he takes on three major considerations central to pedagogy and schooling.The first section offers Girouxs most widely read theoretical critiques on the culture of positivism and technocratic rationality. He contends that by emphasizing the logic of science and rationality rather than taking a holistic worldview, these approaches fail to take account of connections among social, political, and historical forces or to consider the importance of such connections for the process of schooling. In the second section, Giroux expands the theoretical framework for conceptualizing and implementing his version of critical pedagogy. His theory of border pedagogy advocates a democratic public philosophy that embraces the notion of difference as part of a common struggle to extend the quality of public life. For Giroux, a student must function as a border-crosser, as a person moving in and out of physical, cultural, and social borders. He uses the popular medium of Hollywood film to show students how they might understand their own position as partly constructed within a dominant Eurocentric tradition and how power and authority relate to the wider society as well as to the classroom.In the last section, Giroux explores a number of contemporary traditions and issues, including modernism, postmodernism, and feminism, and discusses the matter of cultural difference in the classroom. Finally, in an essay written especially for this volume, Giroux analyzes the assault on education and teachers as public intellectuals that began in the Reagan-Bush era and continues today. }

Practicing Memory in Central American Literature

By N. Caso
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  • Publisher : Springer
  • Book Code : 0230106250
  • Total of Pages : 288
  • Category : Literary Criticism
  • Members : 577
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Through penetrating analysis of twentieth-century historical fiction from Central America this book asks: why do so many literary texts in the region address historical issues? What kinds of stories are told about the past when authors choose the fictional realm to represent history? Why access memory through fiction and poetry? Nicole Caso traces the active interplay between language, space, and memory in the continuous process of defining local identities through literature. Ultimately, this book looks to the dynamic between form and content to identify potential maps that are suggested in each of these texts in order to imagine possibilities of action in the future.

La educación sentimental

By Gustave Flaubert
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  • Publisher : Lindhardt og Ringhof
  • Book Code : 8726521121
  • Total of Pages : 200
  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 350
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Cuenta la historia de un ambicioso joven de provincias que se enamora de una mujer casada. En la cubierta del barco que le lleva de París a su ciudad natal, Frédéric Moreau, el joven que sueña con alcanzar fama y fortuna, queda prendado de la belleza de Madamae Arnoux. Por lo tanto, cuando regresa a París, Frédéric comienza a frecuentar al señor Arnoux para estar cerca de su secreto amor. La historia está ambientada en el escenario esplendoroso de París de mediados del siglo XIX, la capital de la burguesía emergente, donde la intensidad del placer se mezcla con el inevitable tedio y el resplandor de uno de los periodos cruciales de la historia europea: la revolución de 1848. La educación sentimental es sin duda una de las novelas más perdurables de todos los tiempo, considerada la obra maestra de Flaubert y uno de los hitos estilísticos de la literatura universal. Gustave Flaubert (12 de diciembre de 1821) fue un escritor francés. Su obra fue una gran influencia, ya que se le considera el mayor exponente del realismo literario en Francia. Se le conoce especialmente por la obra Madame Bovary.

Menos que nada

By Slavoj Žižek
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  • Publisher : Ediciones AKAL
  • Book Code : 8446041863
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  • Members : 386
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Read and download full book Menos que nada

Libro sobre la buena enseñanza y educación de los jóvenes (1584) de puerorum disciplina etrecta educatione liber

By Beatriz Comella Gutiérrez,Virgilio Rodríguez García
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  • Publisher : Editorial UNED
  • Book Code : 8436274946
  • Total of Pages : 669
  • Category : Literary Criticism
  • Members : 265
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Juan Funguerio (1546 Leuvarden [Frisia, NL] ¿ 1612 Franeker) estudió en el Colegio Trilingüe de Lovaina y en Colonia. Fue doctor en ambos derechos, si bien no ejerció como abogado. Fue director y profesor de escuelas de gramática latina en su Frisia natal y gran bibliófilo; admirador de Cicerón, Séneca, Plutarco y Quintiliano, seguidor de Erasmo y Vives, de Melanchthon y Calvino. Vivió en una época convulsa desde el punto de vista religioso y sumamente creativa en el ámbito cultural. Se dedicó a estudiar, enseñar y escribir, es autor de dieciséis obras. Sus libros vieron la luz en prestigiosas imprentas de Francia, Países Bajos, Alemania e Italia. En su conjunto poseen un carácter humanista en el sentido de tender puentes entre la cultura clásica y el tiempo que le tocó vivir. La obra que se estudia en este volumen es un tratado de pedagogía; fue la primera que salió de su pluma, impresa por Cristóbal Plantino en Amberes y reeditada por Francisco van Ravelingen (Leiden, 1586).

El arte religioso de la Contrarreforma

By Emile Mâle
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  • Publisher : Encuentro
  • Book Code : 9788474906431
  • Total of Pages : 528
  • Category : Art
  • Members : 750
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Emile Mâle, heredero de la gran cultura universitaria francesa del siglo XIX, nos ofrece en estas páginas, aunque escritas en su versión final hace más de cincuenta años, un estudio único de la iconografía cristiana posterior al concilio de Trento, cuya concreción, visión amplia y don de referencia le dan un valor permanente e indispensable tanto para el estudioso como para el interesado en conocer una época fundamental de la cultura europea.

La vida desnuda

By Luigi Pirandello
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  • Publisher : Nordica
  • Book Code : 8416440131
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  • Category : Fiction
  • Members : 129
  • Pdf File: la-vida-desnuda.pdf

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Publicamos por primera vez en España todos los cuentos que escribió Luigi Pirandello, Premio Nobel de Literatura 1934. Son la parte menos conocida de su producción literaria, pero es la que él más amaba y en la que trabajó desde su adolescencia hasta el final de su vida. Es en los relatos donde Pirandello se muestra más natural e imaginativo y contienen la clave de su gran capacidad para crear personajes. Por la diversidad de temas, estilos y estructuras estos cuentos suponen un fresco, lleno de humor y ternura, de la Italia de la época —especialmente de su Sicilia natal—, que nos hace entender la cultura y la sociedad de aquel país, a la vez que representa la condición humana. Pirandello escribía en una carta a su hermana: «Yo vivo por la alegría de ver narrar la vida desde mis páginas, extrayéndola de mi cuerpo, de mi sangre, de mi carne, de mi cerebro. Es un trabajo constante de destrucción para crear». Se había propuesto escribir 365 cuentos; fueron algunos menos porque una pulmonía se lo llevó de este mundo, como si fuese uno de los personajes de sus relatos. VOL 1

La princesa desnuda

By José María Díaz Trujillo
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  • Publisher : Editorial Samarcanda
  • Book Code : 1524303267
  • Total of Pages : 250
  • Category : Literary Collections
  • Members : 160
  • Pdf File: la-princesa-desnuda.pdf

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Una historia de amor llena de romanticismo, sirve como hilo conductor, para desnudar los sentimientos, debilidades y miserias, de la condición humana, en su afán por llegar a su meta más deseada...ser felices. Marco siente que sobra en este mundo, está convencido que su estancia aquí es un error, y que nunca debió existir. A lo largo de su vida, la búsqueda de la felicidad ha sido una constante, una lucha por encontrarla, que jamás ha cesado en su interior. Maniático, obsesivo, y estricto consigo mismo, vive encerrado en una cárcel, que él mismo se ha construido, cuyos barrotes son sus propias normas autoimpuestas, que sólo le llevan a la tristeza y a la melancolía. Necesita romper con su vida, tomarse un tiempo para él, desconectando de todo lo que le rodea, y de los fantasmas de su pasado, para iniciar una nueva etapa, ahora que media la treintena. Sigue buscando la mujer ideal, la mujer perfecta, una princesa con la que siempre soñó, y que nunca perdió la esperanza de encontrar. Para iniciar su nueva andadura, se refugia en Valdelamadera, un pequeño pueblo de sierra, en el que la aparición de Azté, provoca un cambio radical en su vida. El camino hacia su anhelada felicidad parece existir, al igual que su princesa preciosa y perfecta....

El arte de enseñar a amar

By Juan José Javaloyes
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  • Publisher : Palabra
  • Book Code : 8490614253
  • Total of Pages : 192
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 678
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Con un estilo práctico, directo y cercano, estas páginas nos ofrecen una exposición del desarrollo afectivo-sexual y numerosas sugerencias prácticas para hablar de este tema con los hijos mediante el diálogo y la confianza. Sus principios pedagógicos se basan en una educación en el amor, en el conocimiento de la sexualidad masculina y femenina de un modo adaptado a cada edad y en el entrenamiento en el ejercicio de las virtudes desde edades tempranas. Siempre dentro de un clima familiar que respete, y potencie, la libertad, la dignidad y la trascendencia de cada uno de los hijos. Es un libro que se dirige a padres y personas comprometidas, animándoles a dar el testimonio que los jóvenes necesitan. Solo una persona que ha sido educada en el amor es capaz de enseñar a otros a amar. Amar es la actividad más maravillosa y excelsa que podemos hacer los hombres, y, por ser la más valiosa, es la que más cuesta.

La educación

By Elena G. de White
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  • Publisher : Editorial ACES
  • Book Code : 9877982129
  • Total of Pages : 320
  • Category : Religion
  • Members : 870
  • Pdf File: la-educación.pdf

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"Cada ser humano, creado a la imagen de Dios, está dotado de una facultad semejante a la del Creador: la individualidad, la facultad de pensar y hacer. Los hombres en quienes se desarrolla esta facultad son los que llevan responsabilidades, los que dirigen empresas, los que influyen sobre el carácter. La obra de la verdadera educación consiste en desarrollar esta facultad, en educar a los jóvenes para que sean pensadores y no meros reflectores de los pensamientos de otros hombres" (pág. 17).

Mujer: Asociaciones y Sindicatos

By Inmaculada Simón Juárez
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  • Publisher : EDITORIAL SANZ Y TORRES S.L.
  • Book Code : 8415550499
  • Total of Pages : 575
  • Category : History
  • Members : 572
  • Pdf File: mujer.pdf

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Se estudia, en seis capitulos, la situación de las mujeres con relación al Derecho y a los derechos, se visibiliza el papel desempeñado, su ausencia y presencia en el devenir histórico español en los años 1875-1939, mediante una selección y análisis de disposiciones legales, aportaciones doctrinales y jurisprudenciales, desde la perspectiva de género. Dos capítulos, el tercero y el cuarto, constituyen la columna vertebral de esta obra: el Derecho de asociación obrera y el papel que correspondió a la mujer en la lucha por su consecición, ofrecen una visión completa del reconocimiento, desarrollo y ejecución del Derecho de Asociación en España. Se plantean los factores determinantes que limitan a la mujer a la esfera privada, analizando la teoría y la práctica en la corrientes ideológicas más significativas de la época estudiada, la posición de ellas mismas, con una breve referencia a las principales asociaciones femeninas y a la labor de destacadas mujeres en el ámbito político, sindical, cultural.