Pedagogical strategies from inter-institutional alliances for the improvement of reading comprehension and textual production of sixth grade students of the God is love school (CDA) in the city of Cartagena.
This research project analyzes the needs of reading comprehension and textual production, and proposes the use of pedagogical activities within the framework of inter-institutional alliances with the objective of improving reading comprehension and promoting text production.
SPACE AND GEOMETRIC THINKING My environment is in the middle of the world.
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The CDA Centro de Desarrollo Antroposófico is a non-profit organization located in the city of Cuernavaca, State of Morelos, Mexico, dedicated to the training of teachers in Waldorf pedagogy and to the study and development of Anthroposophy. Through its annual teacher training program and other activities such as workshops, courses and conferences, the CDA has played an important and positive role in the development and dissemination of Waldorf pedagogy.
Anthroposophy is a human-oriented spiritual philosophy that reflects and responds to the basic spiritual questions of humanity, to our basic artistic needs, to the need to relate to the world from a scientific attitude of mind, and to the need to develop a relationship to the world in total freedom and based on totally individual judgments and decisions.
To be free is to be able to think one’s own thoughts: not merely bodily or societal thoughts, but thoughts generated by our innermost and deepest, most original, most essential and spiritual being, our individuality.
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