By Vicki Hoefle
«Educar a un niño es probablemente una de las tareas más complejas a las que un adulto se enfrente nunca aunque con los angeles guía adecuada puede ser un reto estimulante y reconfortante.» Vicki Hoefle
Cinta aislante para padres aporta una perspectiva interesante y novedosa sobre psicopedagogía infantil.Su autora, Vicki Hoefle, propone una revisión de los métodos de educación así como de l. a. manera de comunicar con los hijos. El método que ha desarrollado consiste en aplicar (de manera simbólica) cinta aislante en los angeles boca de los padres y dejar hacer a los hijos. Los niños quieren ser autosuficientes y capaces, por lo que los problemas provienen muchas veces de los padres que les sobreprotegen.
Este método, pensado para niños de todas las edades, plantea 15 estrategias sumamente útiles, así como mapas educativos para desarrollar juntamente con los hijos. El objetivo es crear un ambiente widespread positivo y saludable, que conduzca a los niños a ser personas responsables, respetuosas y resilientes y, de esta manera, preparadas para enfrentarse al mundo real.
Vicki Hoefle es madre de cinco hijos y educadora profesional desde hace más de veinte años. Empezó dirigiendo una guardería en Seattle con tan buenos resultados que los padres le pedían insistentemente información y herramientas para aplicar su método educativo en sus propios hogares. Creó así un curso de seis semanas con una amplia aceptación. Dos décadas después continúa impartiendo cursos para padres y educadores con gran éxito por todo Estados Unidos.
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