The Role of Nurture In The Child Well Being In Society

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Published on July 16, 2012

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The Role of Nurture In The Child Well Being In Society   : The Role of Nurture In The Child Well Being In Society PowerPoint Presentation: Introduction: "I believe in nurturing creativity and offering a haven for creators, enabling them to develop their ideas to the fullest. With more and more talented creators being drawn to Cirque in an environment that fulfills them, these are ideal to continue developing great new shows." This is how Guy Laliberte describes nurturing and thinks of it. PowerPoint Presentation: The need for a good nurturing A good society is built by the hands of those mothers who knew how to nurture! I believe nurturing is the starting point for the success of any individual as well as the starting point for his/her failure. Everyone has his way to nurture his kids, but what might seem a good way for somebody might seem wrong for another. Everyone would argue to convince the people that he's right, but is he really right? To prove this, his talk must be based on studies and facts, on real stories and experiences; and for sure on best philosopher's points of view. For that serious point exactly I've chose Pestalozzi to take his help. The following are two real case studies, both cases stopped me when I started to write under that title. Two kids, one of them was born having a golden spoon, his mother, and the second having curse, also his mother! A real case study: "I believe my success was a reflection of my mother's nurturing!": A real case study: "I believe my success was a reflection of my mother's nurturing!" "Mohammad", twenty nine years old, was not that clever; however the his mother knew how to teach him, and how to build him as an "A" student until he became a dentist. Mohammed said when he opened his dental clinique: “I believe my success was a reflection of my mother's nurturing, mommy, thank you…" Another real case study: "I killed but wasn't my fault, my mother was behind!": Another real case study: "I killed but wasn't my fault, my mother was behind!" "Jihad", twenty nine years old, was my classmate. His mother used to ask for "As" in wrong ways, and the "Ds" were always the case. He used to have anything he wants ready. He was clever, but he was raised in the wrong way. After his imprisoning "Jihad" told my friend: “I killed but wasn't my fault, my mother was behind! She taught me to have anything I desire at any cost!" PowerPoint Presentation: Pestalozzi view of how to nurture: Pestalozzi's philosophy of how to nurture was based on a four-sphere concept of life and the premise that human nature was essentially good. He declared: "The first three 'exterior' spheres-home and family, vocational and individual self-determination, and state and nation-recognized the family, the utility of individuality, and the applicability of the parent-child relationship to society as a whole in the development of a child's character, attitude toward learning, and sense of duty. PowerPoint Presentation: Recommendations: Pestalozzi's 34 letters on early childhood nurture and education. Letter I. October 1, 1818 Development occurs through education; especially education in the earliest stages. Letter II. October 3, 1818 Each mother is qualified to become a principal agent in her creator's development. Letter III. October 7, 1818 A child is born endowed with all the faculties of human nature, but none developed! Letter IV. October 18, 1818 Child first traces of development must be directed unanimously in favor of heart. Letter V. October 24, 1818 The child was created, not for earth, but for heaven. You just have to lead him! PowerPoint Presentation: Recommendations: Pestalozzi's 34 letters on early childhood nurture and education. Letter VI. October 31, 1818 The infant's mind is far from a consciousness of his power. Letter VII. November 8, 1818 Let educators advocate the theory, that evil may be done that good may come of it. Letter VIII. November 15, 1818 As a good teacher, adopt of your students as much as your heart will warrant you. Letter IX. November 20, 1818 Education teaches man that his animal's nature must not be permitted to rule him. Letter X. November 27, 1818 Feelings such as the smile of joy, and tear of sympathy, can't be learned by teachers. PowerPoint Presentation: Recommendations: Pestalozzi's 34 letters on early childhood nurture and education. Letter XI. December 5, 1818 Self-preservation is the first point which any act of learning tries to secure. Letter XII. December 8, 1818 We are not all born to be philosophers; but we aspire all to sound state of mind &body. Letter XIII. December 12, 1818 The greatest benefit that results from a good education of a child is of a moral nature. Letter XIV. December 17, 1818 Maternal love is a most powerful agent; affection is a primitive motive in education. Letter XV. December 24, 1818 Education should try to afford infinite gratification and preserve it as long as possible. PowerPoint Presentation: Recommendations: Pestalozzi's 34 letters on early childhood nurture and education. Letter XVI. December 31, 1818 It is only by engendering a habit educational principles give evidences of their vitality. Letter XVII. January 7, 1819 Students can't respect the teacher as wise until they notice the kindness of his manner. Letter XVIII. January 14, 1819. Student is excited by feeling of want; teacher is supported by consciousness of duty. Letter XIX. January 19, 1819 The time when a child begins to walk alone is an epoch in the history of his education. Letter XX. January 25, 1819 There is inside any student a pure sense of the true and the right teachers' education. PowerPoint Presentation: Recommendations: Pestalozzi's 34 letters on early childhood nurture and education. Letter XXI. February 4, 1819 Education is understood to be the work of continual and benevolent superintendence. Letter XXII. February 10, 1819 According to correct principles of education, all faculties of Man are to be developed. Letter XXIII. February 18, 1819 Physical education is confined to exercises in which strength & dexterity are acquired. Letter XXIV. February 27, 1819 Among 1 st manifestations of the faculties of a child are desires &attempts at imitation. Letter XXV. March 5, 1819 A student who builds his prospects on the diffusion of knowledge is always in success. PowerPoint Presentation: Recommendations: Pestalozzi's 34 letters on early childhood nurture and education. Letter XXVI. March 15, 1819 We can't expect real improvement in education unless we begin by educating mothers. Letter XXVII. March 20, 1819 It is prejudice that acquirement of knowledge must not be solid and comprehensive. Letter XVIII. March 27, 1819 A principle of abstract idea should be represented by exemplification to any student. Letter XXIX. April 4, 1819 A teacher should be able to distinguish between the mere action of memory and mind. Letter XXX. April 10, 1819 A student must very early in life be taught a lesson which frequently comes too late. PowerPoint Presentation: Recommendations: Pestalozzi's 34 letters on early childhood nurture and education. Letter XXXI. April 17, 1819 Teach exercises adopted to employ mind usefully and prepare it for further pursuits. Letter XXXII. April 25, 1819 In relation to society man must be qualified by education to be a useful member of it. Letter XXXIII. May 1, 1819 Formation of intellect and development of all the faculties may be made instrumental. Letter XXXIV. May 12, 1819 Before laying down this volume, a mother must ask herself seriously, "Is the course, and are the measures recommended in these letters in union with my principles?!" Conclusion: I would like to end my presentation by quoting some words for Pestalozzi and some words that I, as a teacher and future father, have learned from him. Pestalozzi said: "As a little seed... contains the design of the tree, so in each child is the promise of his potentiality. The educator only takes care that no untoward influence shall disturb nature's march of developments. However, without love, neither the physical not the intellectual powers will develop naturally." And I've learned from him to say: "Love your students and they'll love you too, respect them and they'll also do!" : Conclusion: I would like to end my presentation by quoting some words for Pestalozzi and some words that I, as a teacher and future father, have learned from him. Pestalozzi said: "As a little seed... contains the design of the tree, so in each child is the promise of his potentiality. The educator only takes care that no untoward influence shall disturb nature's march of developments. However, without love, neither the physical not the intellectual powers will develop naturally." And I've learned from him to say: "Love your students and they'll love you too, respect them and they'll also do!"

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