2 edition of Anton Makarenko found in the catalog.
Y N. Medinsky
Includes articles by Makarenko.
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Anton Makarenko's book The Road to Life has been read by millions of people in fifty-four languages. In the Soviet Union alone it has run into eighty-five editions totalling two and a half million copies. The name of this distinguished educator, who broke 5/5(1).
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In Anton Makarenko book Soviet Union alone it has run into eighty-five editions totalling two and a half million copies. The name of this distinguished educator, who broke new ground in pedagogics, is familiar to the English reader. A Book for Parents.
Anton Semyonovich Makarenko, Russian educator and novelist, was born on Main the town of Belopolye, in Kharkov Gubernia, the Ukraine. Besides being a remarkable teacher, he was a profound theoretician and made a major contribution to Soviet pedagogics.
Makarenko was an innovator/5. In Road to life (Pedagogicheskaia poema) Anton Makarenko () tells the story of his struggle to make sense of the theory he had been taught and to put it into practice in a home for young people who were at the end of the road between and in Ukraine.
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In Makarenko graduated from 4-year college in Kremenchug, at which time he chose the profession of teacher. He continued his education with a one-year teachers’ Anton Makarenko book.
Transliteration Anton Semenovic Makarenko), war ein sowjetischer Pädagoge und Schriftsteller. Er gilt als der bedeutendste Pädagoge der Sowjetunion. Makarenko wurde vor allem für seine pädagogische Arbeit als Heimpädagoge und Leiter der Gorki-Kolonie von bisder Dserschinski-Kommune von bis sowie als Autor von Büchern.
Makarenko, Anton Makarenko Paperback, Pages, Published by Book On Demand Ltd. ISBNISBN: Makarenko. Pädagogische Werke. Anton Makarenko's book The Road to Life has been read by millions of people in fifty-four languages. more» In the Soviet Union alone it has run into eighty-five editions totalling two and a half million copies.
The name of this distinguished educator, who broke new ground in pedagogics, is familiar to the English reader.
Anton Makarenko was born on March 13th, in Belopolie, Russia, in the family of a construction worker. He worked as a teacher and became famous when he agreed to take care of orphans in thes. These were the years that followed the October Revolution.
The second volume of Makarenko's description of life in the Gorky labor colony. It describes how homeless youths, after the Russian Civil War, were educated to be good Soviet citizens through collective work and education.
A fascinating account involving self-discipline instead of punishment. Seller Inventory # APC Anton Semenovych Makarenko (Ukrainian: Анто́н Семе́нович Макаре́нко, Russian: Анто́н Семёнович Мака́ренко, * – †) was a Ukrainian and Soviet educator and writer, who promoted democratic ideas and principles in educational theory and practice.
As one of the founders of Soviet pedagogy, he elaborated the theory and methodology of. by Anton Makarenko. NOOK Book (eBook - Russian-language Edition) $ Sign in to Purchase Instantly.
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In his book Makarenko showed how proper education could turn uncontrollable and aggressive teenagers into worthy and responsible citizens. “The Pedagogical Poem,” Makarenko’s principal publication, was a great success not only in the USSR, but also abroad.
Anton Makarenko earned a reputation as a progressive, innovative and talented educator. Soviet educator Anton Makarenko - quotes, creativity and biography - Book reviews - Anton Semenovich Makarenko is known not only in Russia, but throughout the world.
His principles of education and training continue to be used by teachers in their activities. Anton Semionovich Makarenko.
Ediciones AKAL, - Literary Criticism - pages. 1 Review. En el año deel joven maestro A. Makarenko recibe del 5/5(1). "Anton Semyonovich Makarenko was a Russian educator and novelist. Besides being a remarkable teacher, he was a profound theoretician and made a major contribution to Soviet pedagogics.
To him we owe the first detailed elaboration of the educational significance of the collective. There are a few correctional educators whose work is historically so influential that it is difficult to summarize in an article.
Anton Makarenko was among this very select group; this is merely an attempt to outline his work. One way to introduce Makarenko to correctional educators is to focus on some of the seemingly incongruous elements of his context and contributions: (1) He rose to. Anton Makarenko: biography 13 January – 01 April Anton Semenovych Makarenko (, * – †) was a Russian and Soviet educator and writer, who promoted democratic ideas and principles in educational theory and practice.
As one of the founders of Soviet pedagogy, he elaborated the theory and methodology of upbringing in [ ]. Anton MakarenkoKniga dlja roditelej [A Book for Parents].
Google Scholar 7. Anton Makarenko Flagi na bašnjah: Rasskazy [Flags on the Battlements: A Novel. Anton Makerenko A CONVERSATION WITH THE CHIEF OF THE GUBERNIA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION 1 But I haven't got enough book learning to be the director--besides, I don't want to be!" Kalina Ivanovich stalked away in a huff.
All day he seemed dejected, and in the evening he came into my room quite. 'The Pedagogical Poem'' - is a work by the soviet teacher and writer A. Makarenko ( - ). The novel was written in This is a widely known and the most considerable work by the author.
Here the author narrates about the reeducation of the juvenile delinquents in the child's labour. Anton Makarenko, Apizaquito, Tlaxcala, Mexico. likes. SOMOS UNA ESCUELA CON 27 AÑOS DE EXPERIENCIA EN EL ÁMBITO EDUCATIVO, OFRECEMOS EDUCACIÓN INTEGRAL Y DE CALIDAD.
"EDUCAR POR LA RAZÓN, LA. The Pedagogical poem is a well-known and most significant work of the Soviet teacher and writer A. Makarenko. It describes the re-education of juvenile offenders in a childrens labour colony, the Creator and leader of which in the 20s was the author.
The book is addressed to a wide range of. Author of Pedagogicheskai͡a︡ poėma, Kniga dli︠a︡ roditeleĭ, A book for parents, The collective family, Pedagogicheskai︠a︡ poėma, Veröffentlichungen [i.e.
neunzehnhundertdreiundzwanzig bis neunzehnhunderteinunddreissig], Vospitanie v sovetskoǐ shkole, Kleinere Veröffentlichungen Written works: The Road to Life: An Epic of Education. "Pedagogical Poem" A.S. Makarenko gave 10 years of hard work. One of the most important events in the history of the creation of this remarkable book is the visit to A.M.
Gorky colony, which led the A.S. Makarenko. Great interest of the great writer to the intention to create a book about the. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
The Pedagogical Poem (Педагогическая поэма, Pedagogicheskaya poema), translated into English as Road to Life, is a novel by Anton Makarenko, written in and published in three parts in Brand: Enwikabooks. Makarenko, His Life and Work: Articles, Talks and Reminiscences by Anton Makarenko.
University Press of the Pacific, Paperback. Good. Anton Makarenko - International Bureau of Education - Unesco The establishment and development of educational theory and the ion for life, to.
Anton Makarenko Anton Semyonovich Makarenko (Анто́н Семёнович Мака́ренко, 13 January – 1 April ) was a Russian and Soviet educator, social worker and writer, the most influential educational theorist in the Soviet Union who promoted democratic ideas and principles in educational theory and practice.
As one of the founders of Soviet pedagogy, he elaborated. Includes: Teacher, writer, citizen/by V.V. Kumarin --Makarenko on his own life --Reminiscences about Anton Makarenko --Makarenko on education.
Responsibility: [translated from the Russian by Katharine Judelson ; designed by Vadim Kuleshov ; compiled by Valentin Kumarin]. Anton Makarenko: works in three volumes - presented by Youri Kopylov Educational poem / flags on towers / Parents' book, articles on education format: x editions of progress - Moscow good condition - - Fast, neat and free shipping to mainland France and foreign countries Contact me to know the shipping costs to the DOM-TOM Bookstore Dbooks and you 70 place de la République.
Biography. Anton Semyonovich Makarenko was born in Bilopillia, Kharkov Governorate, to Semyon Grigorievich Makarenko, who worked at the Kharkov railway depot as a painter, and Tatyana Mikhaylovna (née Dergachova), daughter of a soldier from Mykolaiv.
In Septemberhaving graduated from a four-year college in Kremenchug, Makarenko took a one-year teachers' course and.
Anton Semyonovich Makarenko (Russian: Анто́н Семёнович Мака́ренко, Ukrainian: Анто́н Семе́нович Макаре́нко, 13 January – 1 April ) was a Soviet educator, social worker and writer, the most influential educational theorist in the Soviet Union who promoted democratic ideas and principles in educational theory and practice.
As one of. Anton Makarenko A Book for Parents applies Makarenko’s theories regarding childhood education to the practice of parenting. Makarenko wrote of his experiences and observations of life in rural Russia in the decades following the Civil War of but there’s a lot of wisdom and insight to be found in his writings, even with.