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In general, the activities, the work, and also the result of educating, or to educate themselves as faculty development and attitudes, such as aging of the sensitivity, as behav...
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In general, the activities, the work, and also the result of educating, or to educate themselves as faculty development and attitudes, such as aging of the sensitivity, as behavioral correction as transmission and acquisition of cultural elements, aesthetic, moral: cure and . the mind , the spirit , ingenuity , imagination , memory , aesthetic sense , of taste , of the senses ; having , not having an e . Literary, artistic, musical more paretic.

The process of cultural transmission, historically and culturally different for each given situation, by which, within certain social institutions (family, school, etc.), is structured and integrated human personality in society: and of offspring, as required by law to parents, giving an e.g. Their children; devote to e .g Young people; give an civil , moral , religious , neglect , and improve their ; and with regard to how to educate, to be polite: systems , methods and , give , receive an  Strict, rigid, serious, weak, false, having received a sound education. In a broad sense, and the most recent use, and Permanent , the individual training process that develops throughout life, school and post-school education, especially favored by the integration in a homogeneous system that combines the various moments of social life: family, school (as a center of educational processes), workplace, cultural and recreational institutions, etc.

In pedagogy, it is meant by, and all activities, individual or collective, which tend to systematically favor, with the help of special techniques and methods, the achievement of pre-established knowledge and skill on the part of the generally young individuals. Science e.g. the set of studies and disciplines that were gradually added to the pedagogy (i.e. teaching, assessment accordingly, programmed education, sociology of education, etc.), emphasizing the interdisciplinary nature, including with respect to the complex of relationships and social phenomena that are up for it the subject of consideration. And the Ministry.

National, assumed name in September 1929 by the Ministry of Education and maintained until 1944 With more narrow meaning, naming some study or teaching subjects: and the food, the complex notions of years to rationalize eating behavior (extent of food requirements, chemical composition of food, basic principles of nutrition physiology, etc.); and artistic , subject matter of the secondary school which it aims to mature the ability to express themselves and communicate through figurative languages, and to understand and produce visual messages, promoting and developing the aesthetic student attitudes; and .

Civic (v Civic); and. physical, set of rules and exercises aimed at making the most robust body and to promote their harmonious development (once, in schools, sin on of gymnastics); and. linguistic , educational action aimed at developing in individuals, spec a young age, the ability to use the language; and music , teaching that has for objective to promote the active participation of the middle school students to the experience of music both as an expression and communication, either as receiving or listening through ' musical ear training and refinement of taste; and Health, in general, the acquisition of the fundamental rules of hygiene and behavior that are useful to safeguard the individual physical health; and sex, the factual information and sexual problems that modern pedagogy and psychology consider it necessary to give children and adolescents in order to develop in them a balanced mental and moral attitude toward the behavior and sexual intercourse; and. technical , medium teaching section that tends to develop knowledge and reflection on the technical fundamentals (as a set of methods and means used in production processes) and technology (as a science that studies these methods, means and processes) 3 Good manners, habit to behave in any occasion with gentle ways and courteous: people, kids and without. You do not have a little 'e.g.! ; Who taught e.g.? , but look at what kind of education!

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