By Prof. Dr. Käthe Schneider (auth.), Käthe Schneider (eds.)
The uncomplicated predicament of the amount is to figure out the preconditions of character improvement and to teach their importance and their views for academic technological know-how and for pedagogical perform. First, those easy preconditions of turning into oneself are accumulated in one quantity and mentioned by way of their value for technology and for tutorial perform. In all basic dimensions are understood as precondition of changing into oneself. “Bildung” is right here for the 1st time understood because the formation of the final person character, which the OECD postulates to be the foremost qualification of the Twenty-first Century. From a pedagogical viewpoint, it's a subject of furthering the character. It offers examine with a brand new standpoint, in that it makes the furthering of the general character the item of education.
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5 see Chené (1983). 2 3 32 J. Eneau terested mainly in the way in which educational systems could take this autonomy into consideration in order to better adapt systems to individual particularities (individualization), while still others focused on specific groups, such as adults educating themselves in the work environment (managerial current), etc. 6 In Canada as in the United States, these researchers most often considered only very indirectly the learner’s autonomy as an aim of the process.
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This triple obligation represents a basic constant in every kind of society and in this way, reciprocity could be considered the basis of social connections; reciprocity is then at the root of all forms of “sociality”, balancing and regulating social ties25. From an anthropological point of view, reciprocity exists “prior” to exchange, the latter being only a limited range of the former. Giving cannot in fact be considered an exchange, because when something is truly given it is done so freely, expecting nothing in return—two reciprocal gifts are not an exchange; when one gives back for an initial gift, the debt is not paid off26.