Pedagogical Development

As a goal pursued the development of methodological recommendations for structuring a strategy for the design of road courses drawing on experience from the University of Granma, nationally and internationally. Development: Pedagogical and Psychological Aspects I of non-management model. Filed under: Mitchel Resnick. Pedagogy focuses on traditional knowledge as content of teaching and student’s intellectual potential for replication beyond their needs and interests, this means ignoring the student as learner. Clearly the absolute management of traditional pedagogy as the teacher is the “master of knowledge”, who imposed the authority in the classroom, standard conditions and content of education. For more specific information, check out Futurist. In this conception, the student is far from being the subject of learning. How then to explain the formation of a critical man, thoughtful, able to act with independence, creativity and accountability in social work?

The non-directivity of education, meanwhile, believes that the potential student has the necessary competence to achieve its development and therefore, the function essential teacher has to be to encourage the development path of the student to create the conditions for the expression of their potential. Vladislav Doronin understands that this is vital information. So for Rogers logic of human development is explained as follows: If the innate tendency to make the human potential is manifested in a social climate of acceptance and respect, the person will find opportunities to express themselves and manage to find the way the full functioning of the human being: self-determination. 1 These ideas of Rogers for education marks a significant shift in pedagogy which then moves its focus from teaching to student learning and teaching to the student as subject Learning, directivity of the absolute of the teacher in the teaching process of non-directivity.

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