Projektarbeit aus dem Jahr 2016 im Fachbereich Sozialpädagogik / Sozialarbeit, , Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Eine wesentliche Stellung in der modernen Pädagogik nimmt das Spiel ein. Was kann es bewirken und wie wichtig ist es für eine gesunde Entwicklung unserer Kinder? In diesem Zusammenhang spielt die Entwicklung und Förderung von sozial-emotionalen Kompetenzen eine wichtige Rolle, wie auch die Herausbildung von Lebenskompetenzen im Kindergartenalter. Was ist das alles überhaupt und welche Sichtweisen gibt es zu diesen Themen? Ganz eng verbunden mit dem Spiel ist die Frage nach dem, dem kindlichen Entwicklungsstand angemessenes Spielzeug, also den Gegenständen mit denen gespielt wird. Stellen wir immer das "Richtige" zur Verfügung und wie und warum wird ohne Spielzeug gespielt? Die Facharbeit nimmt im theoretischen Teil Bezug auf alle diese Fragen. Im Anschluss wird vom Projekt "Spielzeugfreier Kindergarten" berichtet, über Sinn und Herkunft der Idee aufgeklärt und die konkrete Durchführung in einem Berliner Kindergarten beschrieben, um dann in der Auswertung die Ergebnisse darzustellen. Sie belegen zweifelsfrei, wie wichtig und pädagogisch hilfreich dieses Projekt bei der Förderung und Entwicklung von sozialen Kompetenzen in der Elementarpädagogik sein kann, stellen aber auch dar, welche Bedingungen dafür gegeben sein müssen.
On psychology of sex differences
Seminar paper from the year 2000 in the subject Pedagogy - Orthopaedagogy and Special Education, grade: 2, University of Cologne, language: English, abstract: In this paper I will reference a total of three books, a newspaper article, and several conversations with the patient B. and his parents. I have chosen the topic of opportunities for development as the focus of my work, because it seems the most important. This paper is a short survey of Down syndrome and will only briefly examine the various aspects thereof. The remarks about B should illustrate that people with Down syndrome also are capable of achievement in their lives. This should be self-evident and normal, but unfortunately in our society today it remains somewhat unique and of an anomaly.
Wisdom Has Built Her House brings together for the first time the collected studies of Silvia Schroer on the biblical figure of Sophia, divine Wisdom. Schroer presents a differentiated image of Wisdom as female, creator, teacher, prophet, beloved, and more. In Wisdom Has Built Her House Schroer portrays Wisdom as a cosmic ordering principle, as universal architect, and as mediator of all scientific knowledge. Schroer also inquires about the contexts of these writings: about feminine wisdom and women's roles after the Babylonian exile, about the goddess traditions behind the idea of Sophia, and about their significance within a monotheistic symbol system. Schroer then follows the tradition of God imaged as Wisdom to the time of the Jesus-movement and the first Christian communities. Teachers, students, and those looking for a well-reasoned study of personified Wisdom?and reasons for reinvisioning our own images of God?will find this in Wisdom Has Built Her House. Chapters are "Wisdom on the Path of Righteousness (Proverbs 8:20)," "Divine Wisdom and Postexilic Monotheism," "Wise Women and Counselors in Israel: Models for Personified Hokm_," "'And When the Next War Began . . .' The Wise Woman of Abel of Beth-maacah (2 Samuel 20:14-22)," "Abigail: A Wise Woman Works for Peace," "The One Lord and Male Dominence in the Book of Jesus Sirach: The Image of Woman and the Image of Wisdom in a Misogynist Document," "Personified Sophia in the Book of Wisdom," "Jesus Sophia," and "The Spirit, Wisdom, and the Dove.""Along with Wisdom we come to know some of the wise women of the Bible, and we explore a place on which to stand firm in a critique of the kyriarchal domination that surrounds us in defiance of Wisdom's truth. This book is as charming and winsome as it is erudite?food for the spirit and tough arguments to strengthen the mind. Finally we have collected in one volume the fruits of Shroer's long engagement with this divine Presence. And we are all richer for that gift!" Sharon H. Ringe Wesley Theological Seminary Washington, D.C.?. . . a remarkable achievement.? Bernadette Brooten Brandeis University?Silvia Schroer's stunning work on Wisdom breaks new ground, with its challenge to move beyond traditional and Western ways of hearing, reading, and interpreting the biblical text. The work calls all people to ethical responsibility for the sake of all creation. Written with grace, illumined by insight, and meticulously researched, this text is thoroughly engaging. It takes into account the images of personified wisdom as they appear in both the First and Second Testaments. Schroer's work offers both the scholarly community and the general public a new and bold sense of great hope in the midst of the ongoing global struggle for solidarity: human beings with one another, and human beings with creation. Distinctly refreshing in its approach, depth, and breadth, this work needs to be a part of every scholarly conversation on Wisdom, and must be taken seriously by readers in general if transformation at its deepest level is to continue, and the reign of God celebrated.? Carol J. Dempsey Co-Editor, All Creation Is Groaning
Papers originally presented at a conference held at Justus Liebig-Universit'at Giessen, 2003.
Author: Susanne Lohlein
Publisher: North South Books
When three little hamsters are tired of being called cute, they work on disguises to become bigger and scarier.
Author: Olav Hammer
This volume deals with the transformation of unchurched religious creativity in the late modern West. It analyzes the ways in which the advance of science, globalization and individualism have fundamentally reshaped esoteric religious traditions, from theosophy to the New Age. This publication has also been published in hardback, please click here for details.
Childhood and Trauma
Author: Elisabeth Ullmann, Werner Hilweg
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing
What is trauma? Which traumatic events are children exposed to? What reactions do traumatic experiences during childhood evoke? How can the affected children be helped? Who helps the care giver? What roles does the UN Convention on Rights of the Child play in the protection of children? This book attempts to answer these questions and takes a broad approach to the subject of childhood and trauma.
Kids and teachers can build their own science projects based on exhibits from San Francisco's premiere science museum This revised and updated edition offers instructions for building junior versions, or "snacks," of the famed Exploratorium's exhibits. The snacks, designed by science teachers, can be used as demonstrations, labs, or as student science projects and all 100 projects are easy to build from common materials. The Exploratorium, a renowned hands-on science museum founded by physicist and educator Frank Oppenheimer, is noted for its interactive exhibits that richly illustrate scientific concepts and stimulate learning. Offers a step-by-step guide for building dynamic science projects and exhibits Includes tips for creating projects made from easy-to-assembly items Thoroughly revised and updated, including new "snacks," images, and references
In this major work by the distinguished Swiss folklorist Max LA1/4thi, the traditional fairytale is examined from two related points of view, that of aesthetics and that of anthropology. LA1/4thi shows that fairytales are more than just a pleasing form; they present a particular way of looking at the world and at human existence. Thus, they must be evaluated in terms of what they say about man and the human condition. This exemplary study will be read with enjoyment and profit not only by the literary scholar and folklore professional but by any reader who has ever delighted in fairytales.
Includes papers that reflect a range of theoretical approaches to the social psychology of the workplace. This volume explains the cognitive processes through which gender influences the way we perceive, interpret, and respond to our social world. It emphasizes the importance of understanding gender as a multilevel structure.
"Exploring shadows is one of the many projects that the children and teachers of the Reggio Emilia infant-toddler centers and preschools may be involved in each year as a basis for play, interaction, and linguistic exchange, and a catalyst for the learning and knowledge-building processes"--P. 7.