Bad students do not exist.
Initiatives for elementary school.
This work presents the gradual evolution of the "Doctrine of Doctrine" - a lesson oriented to the interests and needs of those students who are socially underprivileged and not usually supported at school. The author argues convincingly that meaningful independent action with adequate objects together with adults or other children is an indispensable prerequisite for making the world objective. The work is an excellent example of relevant social science research. It is a lesson in how emancipation can be realized in school. In this ideal school, the pedagogical mandate is for equality and freedom. Here, teachers dedicate themselves purposefully to create an environment of security and openness where students are equal partners. This beautiful book is so convincing with its irrefutable argument. We are invited to accept a school where humane considerations are central and taken seriously.
The content of this book is a call to action!
Beltz, Weinheim und Basel 1978.