“Blizzard” is about unconditional love, as if, once again coming into fashion, depriving the rest of particularly sensitive and sverkhsvetovykh moms.
My idea is not original, but not universally. It is that unconditional love, most likely, does not exist. If a person is able to love unconditionally, then it is either Holy (without irony!), or just prone to self-deception. In the first case I would like this person to meet and become his apprentice. True! I really want to achieve the degree of enlightenment, when you know how to love. But such people I have not seen. I suspect that they do not. But from time to time meet somebody declares the importance of such love and denounces all, it is capable of.Oddly enough, most often the sounding nonsense broadcast psychologists or educators, or – especially – teachers-psychologists. And suffer from it, most often they are the same. And their children.
Why suffer? Because, trying to hide herself from unwanted feelings (type of hatred for the child), the mother becomes tense, unnatural and disturbing. The child feels unmistakably that something was wrong, but because feelings are not named and not defined by the mother, the child cannot understand what is happening, but feels anxiety. His own anger and rage regarding unsatisfactory relationship with her mother nowhere to place because the mother is unable to containerwith them. Guilt (autoaggressive), Continue reading
INTRODUCTION 3 SECTION 1 5 THE THEORETICAL BASIS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THINKING PRESCHOOLERS 5 1.1. Characteristics of the development of thinking in children of preschool age 5 1.2. The relationship of cognitive abilities of the child 11 1.3. Features of formation of properties of thinking in preschool children 15 SECTION 2 18 TRAINING DEVELOPMENT of THINKING IN CHILDREN of PRESCHOOL AGE 18 2.1. Characteristics of training with preschoolers 18 2.2. Features and order training 22 2.3. The results of the method “determination of the level of mental development of senior preschool children” before and after training 25 WISNOSKI 27 LIST VIKORISTANNYA LITERATURE 28 appendices 29 the Method of “determining the level of mental development of senior preschool children” 29 lesson Plan No. 1. 34 lesson Plan No. 2. 36 lesson Plan No. 3. 38 lesson Plan No. 4. 40
The development of memory in children of preschool age
Introduction 2 Chapter I. General concept of memory 5 1.1. The processes of memory 5 1.2. Types of memory 7 Chapter II. Theoretical basis for the development of spatial memory in preschool children 10 2.1 the Nature, structure and content of memory in psychological Continue reading
Socio-economic instability of modern society exacerbates a number of problems of education of children. When faced with child stealing, many parents and teachers are experiencing a complex range of negative emotions: anger, shame, fear for the future of the child, a sense of helplessness. The causes of this phenomenon are often hidden, making it difficult to find the right pedagogical response to the act of the child.
Theft – this is criminal misappropriation and stealing someone else’s property, contrary to the law of morality and ethics.
Child theft is a frequent phenomenon, but carefully concealed as alcoholism and other “shameful” family secrets. In the minds of most adults firmly soldered two mythologies: the child is an innocent angel, and stealing – a sign of the criminal world. When a child is caught stealing, the parents usually feel completely confused. Experts believe that the only correct response to the theft does not exist – it depends on the reasons why a child steals.
Researchers identify social and psychological causes of child stealing. To social Continue reading