SABIAS QUE…

On October 13, 2014 by administrad0r

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UN PEQUEÑO ARTICULO SOBRE LA MÚSICA EN UN AMBIENTE MONTESSORI.

Dentro de un ambiente Montessori podemos tener varias formas de introducir al niño en el mundo de la Música y las Artes.
Una de ellas puede ser dándole breves lecciones de algún instrumento y luego dejar que el niño los use con libertad.
También tenemos el reconocimiento de los sonidos musicales, que podemos encontrarlo en uno de los ejercicios sensoriales que son Campanas que están ordenadas según su tono.
Como la doctora María Montessori abre un enfoque a las artes en el niño es un enfoque indirecto sobre el aprendizaje, ya que dejas la base puesta pero es el niño quien trabaje bajo su propia exploración y esto hace que se genere su propia experiencia, el desarrollo del trabajo mismo es en donde esta el aprendizaje, la experiencia de vivirlo es lo que hace que el niño lo haga suyo.

SABIAS QUE…

Sabias que… el hipo está causado por contracciones y relajaciones anormales del diafragma.

Sabias que… los antepasados de los perros estaban asociados con los humanos hace 100.000 años.

Sabias que… los aguacates son tóxicos para casi todos los animales, excepto para los humanos.

Sabias que… el ojo de la avestruz es más grande que su cerebro.

 

IMPORTANCE OF CRITICAL THINKING FOR CHILDRENS

Critical thinking is “examining, questioning, evaluating, and challenging taken-for-granted assumptions about issues and practices” and critical action as “action based on critical thinking”.

By adopting this definition of critical thinking and applying it to a child’s need, they will:
•    become broad and adventurous thinkers
•    generate innovative solutions
•    use their reasoning skills to analyze and evaluate
•    plan and think strategically

Critical thinking enables a child to:
•    think about and evaluate their own thinking and behavior
•    make reasonable and defensible decisions about issues related to individual and community well-being
•    challenge and take action (individually and collectively) to address social, cultural, economic, and political inequalities
•    understand the role and significance of the movement culture and its influence on our daily lives and the lives of people in our community
In order to help children develop critical-thinking skills and to take critical action needed, they must:
•    have a sound knowledge base
•    remain open to challenge
•    encourage children to look at the big picture by engaging them in critical-thinking processes that have relevance
•    be prepared to listen and to use personal experiences as starting points for gathering information
•    encourage children to question and challenge existing beliefs, structures, and practices
•    avoid offering ‘how to do it’ approaches
•    encourage children to be sensitive to the feelings of others
•    provide opportunities for inquiry by giving children time for planning, processing, and debriefing
•    develop creative forms of shared responsibility
•    encourage children to take critical action. When children learn to use democratic processes inside the home, they can transfer these to situations outside the home.
For children, learning to think critically and to take critical action will include:
•    learning to take responsibility
•    giving feedback about their analyses, evaluations, and actions
•    questioning and challenging assumptions in a non-threatening manner
•    learning to identify any inequalities
•    reflecting on people’s assumptions, beliefs, and behaviors, taking into account a range of factors
•    generating alternative solutions and accepting them or critiquing them in a sensitive manner
•    developing the confidence to work with others in taking critical action

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