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I bambini cattivi (Los ninos malos)

ISBN: 978-88-95706-27-6

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Author: Maria Rita Guerra
Pages: X + 112

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Adults, whether they are parents, grandparents, teachers or simply friends of the children, they have many duties, but there is one nice, need to know: "having to learn from children."

From this reflection, by listening humbly put, he was born a method that has helped me to solve even very serious problems in my profession as a teacher. Because children, although small, can have big problems. So, pretending not to know how to help these people in place, I asked them for help when a problem faced by force or shyness. Then we put in a circle with chairs, we had called "assembly," I was doing them a few questions, and the solution was born, fairy tales were born. Here are some ways, the result of their knowledge and know how to be, as natural as only children can.    

MARIA RITA GUERRA has been a teacher for thirty years, starting from experiences in secular private schools with advanced teaching methods. He then worked in Roman public schools and at the same time provided training courses related to improving the quality of education. In 1996, to be a member of the Quality Project, sponsored by the Department of Training Policies in Rome, he has carried out assignments related to updating and training.   Posted in group workings of Childhood Documentation Center, also he played the experience as a trainer ACI (driver education project for kindergartens). He has published several articles for the magazine Children in Rome, he participated in the construction of two themed educational exhibits (the children's tree, The Children's styles). In 2012, passed the competition for "coordinator of kindergarten" has held the position as an officer of educational services, for ten years, remaining tied to training projects. Since 2011 collaborates with the LAIF Association (Free Association of Teachers and Trainers) committed to supporting educators and teachers in Rome and province. both in everyday life of their work, both in the preparation in contests linked to childhood.