9788401019401

La emoción de aprender/ The Emotion of Learning

  • ISBN 13:

    9788401019401

  • ISBN 10:

    8401019400

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 01/22/2019
  • Publisher: Plaza Y Janes Mexico

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Summary

«Un viaje hacia la diversidad, una reflexión sobre el éxito, el fracaso y las expectativas que condicionan a niños, niñas y adolescentes y sobre cómo podemos darles la posibilidad de construir su propio futuro

¿Qué es el éxito para ti? ¿Y el fracaso? Y si piensas en niños y niñas, ¿qué responderías? Cuando miras a los que te rodean, ¿consideras que estás libre de prejuicios? ¿Hay ciertas creencias que distorsionan tu manera de ver la vida?

Como docentes, muchas cosas no nos las enseñaron en la universidad; como padres, vamos aprendiendo a base de ensayo y error. La empatía es un juego que hay que practicar a diario, y eso no implica alejarse de lo que eres sino acercarse a lo que la otra persona es y siente.

En el mundo hay casi 8.000 millones de personas, cada una diferente al resto. Las diferencias son un valor y no un inconveniente. Cuando entendamos eso, comenzaremos a ver la vida de otra manera, con la riqueza que proporciona la diversidad.

En este libro hallarás historias inspiradoras que invitan a la reflexión sobre todas esas preguntas y sobre el modo en que miramos a los que nos rodean. «No es lo que miras, es lo que ves», decía Thoreau. Y cada palabra, cada gesto, cuenta.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

“A journey toward diversity; a reflection about success, failure, and the expectations that condition children and adolescents and about how we can give them the potential to create their own future.”

What is success for you? And failure? And if you think of children, how would you answer? When you look at those around you, do you consider yourself free of prejudice? Are there certain beliefs that distort your way of seeing life?

As teachers, many things weren’t taught to us in university. As parents, we learn by trial and error. Empathy is a game that has to be practiced every day, and that doesn’t mean leaving behind who you are but rather approaching who the other person is and what they feel.

In the world, there are nearly 8 billion people, and each one is different from the others. Differences are valuable, not inconvenient. When we understand that, we will start to see life in a different way, with the richness that diversity offers.

In this book, you will find inspiring stories that invite reflection about all of these topics and about the way we view those around us. “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see,” said Thoreau. And each word, each gesture, counts. 

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