Magazine Social Debates

Wednesday, 25. December 2013

When considering a reflection on ‘ ‘ School and family: a relation of aid in the formation of the being humano’ ‘ one evidences that it is primordial task in such a way of the parents, as well as of the school the work to transform the immature and inexperienced child into mature, participativo, operating, conscientious citizen of its duties and rights, possibilities and attributions. that this being in formation is future a conscientious citizen, critical and independent developing ethical values, enterprising spirit capable to interact in the way where it lives. In this perspective, family and school must use to advantage, to the maximum, the possibilities of nip of relations, because the adjustment between both and the union of efforts for the education of the children and adolescents must result, without a doubt none, in facilitator element of education and formation of the citizen. Of this form, it is suggested that the school feels blunt to rethink practical the pedagogical one, considering that the students are adolescent children/that they present singular characteristics and that if makes necessary to keep a work in partnership with the families, therefore, if the school desires to have an integral vision of the experiences lived for the pupils, searching to develop the pleasure for the knowledge, is necessary to recognize that it must play well-being, being the diverse dimensions of the human being. Since if adolescent children/and its family know the school where want to arrive, if they are involved in day-by-day of that they are the main beneficiaries, will be able to participate with more investments and autonomy in the search of the success in this taken over on a contract basis that he is to learn e, mainly, in the formation of a human being that develops its physical potentialities, spirituals and functionaries, through creative works, also involving the social environment in which they live, following the modernity and evolution of the world.

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