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  • Museum Expressions

    The text, dated of November of 1997, original in Frenchman and English, was presented first in Annual Conferencia of the ICOFOM, in the cities of Paris, Grenoble and Annecy in July of 1997. The current version was revised in 2004 landmark. Divided in four parts (Memory or Memories; Memory, Change, Esquecimento; Memory and Document: Of the Real to the Museum and the Imagtica Adventure) it initiates with the central question, that one that will guide its content all: What it is the Memory? It to the present time defines it to Scheiner as occured mental associations from perceptions and images, being on, in its continuous movement, generating associations of value to the species human being in its trajectory. Citing authors as Henri Bergson in its Matire work et Mmoire, of 1990, Halbwachs, Namer and Durkheim, detaches the idea of that we are surrounded of images, being main of them the image of the proper body, from which all the others are developed. From it we connect in them with physical and psychic world generating memory, for which, if all the relations between body and the actions on it accumulated will cause the modifications of perception; soon, of reality and, therefore the form to interpret the memory. Deflagra the knowledge of the Real for the conscience, possessing each one, its particular perception of the world. The conscience if relates with two cerebral functions; one represented for the repetition that generates information; to another one to the action, directed tendencialmente of the gift for the future. With this movement where a memory imagines and to another one it repeats we have the real core, that one that is known in them by experimentation, for perception. The author also traces a parallel between ' ' memory espontnea' ' , represented for the flashings and ' ' memory voluntria' ' , that one that is produced conscientiously, having this the capacity to overwhelm the first one. Sam Mikulak: the source for more info.

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  • Transformation School

    Orienting values of the participativa action the participativa action, as practical social according to team spirit, depends on that it is carried through by means of the orientation for certain substantial values, as ethical, solidarity, fairness and commitment, amongst several co-related others, without which the participation in the context of the education loses its social and pedagogical character. (p.50) … Therefore, the skillful participativa action in education is guided by the solidary promotion of the participation for all of the pertaining to school community, in the construction of the school as dynamic and competent organization, taking decisions in set guided by the commitment with raised values, principles and educational objectives, respecting the excessively participant ones and accepting the personal diversity of positionings and characteristics. (P. 51) …

    2.2. Objectives of the participation as social action Therefore, it fits to alert that the promotion of the participation must be guided and if it justifies in the measure where is come back toward the accomplishment of clear and determined educational objectives, related to the practical proper transformation of the pedagogical one of the school and its social structure, in way if to become more effective in the formation of its pupils and the promotion of improvement of its levels of learning. … Is standed out, in special, the following general objectives in the promotion of the participation: ) To promote the development of the human being as to be social (citizen) and the transformation of the school as social unit and the transformation of school b) To develop the comunitarismo and the spirit of collective in the school, characterized for specific the joint social responsibility, … As objective, they are distinguished: ) To guarantee meaning social to the pedagogical practical actions and, in the pertaining to school context. b) To raise the standards of quality of the pertaining to school organization and the results of its educational work.

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