A BIOGRAPHICAL STUDY: TEACHER AND SOCIAL EDUCATOR'S FORMATION
Keywords:biographical studies, teacher formation, social educator formation
This article aims to outline the importance of the study of biographical elements in teacher and social educator's formation. It builds on fragments of history and actions of two educators who have translated their personal convictions in acts of human and social promotion of their living space. Their biographies show us that the role of education is to form and prepare people who respect each other, with trust and sharing. Consistent with their principles and choices, they show us the way to discover what, how, for what and why to do in a given context, amid the challenges of a society governed by the dynamics of consumption, the devaluation of life and a certain clouding consciences.
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