2 edition of glimpse into Don Bosco"s educational method in the light of modern guidance and counselling found in the catalog.
glimpse into Don Bosco"s educational method in the light of modern guidance and counselling
|Other titles||Don Bosco"s educational method.|
|LC Classifications||LB675.B75 P36 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 208 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||83901953|
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Don Bosco often used St. Francis’ words to endorse the preventive method: “You can catch more flies with a teaspoon of honey than with a barrel of vinegar.” Don Bosco’s educational system developed as a product of his own tremendous love.
A Glimpse into Don Bosco’s Educational Method in the Light of Modern Guidance and Counseling A. Panampara age nine age of nine Bartholomew Bartholomew Garelli behavior behavioral difficulties Charism child behavior child education Child Rights Children’s rights communication competence.
(Educational Philosophy of Don Bosco - Don Bosco's Way, Style, Approach, Method, System, etc of Educating and Accompanying Young People Today) Introduction.
On Main Nice during a solemn opening of St. Peter's Youth Center in the new quarters of the Patronage de Saint Pierre, Don Bosco gave an address. "After the first 40 pages I was hooked, and it has been a long time since I have been unable to put a book down unitl it was finished.
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John Bosco and his method of education, both by getting in touch with Australian Salesians and their work and by reading Don Bosco’s voluminous Biographical Memoirs4 and other Salesian literature. He thus became an admirer, practitioner, and ardent promoter of Don Bosco’s educational.
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Chapter One provides historical overview of the guidance tradition. Direct quotes by pioneers in the field are included to document their own thoughts about education and the role of guidance. Midth-century influences of the developmental and self psychologists are traced.