Sunday, 15 January 2017

TWO RECENT ARTICLES

In Hungarian

Formal abstracts in English:

Special education's two decisive Marias: Maria Montessori and Mária Hári

This study presents the decisive pedagogy of two Marias: Dr. Montessori and Dr. Hári. Dr. Montessori was the first woman in Italy who received a medical degree and it was many years later when she did pedagogical studies as well. Dr. Hári was a young medical student when she started to work with Professor Pető who had laid down the basics of Conductive Education. Dr. Montessori and Dr. Hári had a lot in common: not just their profession was the same but thanks to their hard work both pedagogies became famous internationally. Through their personality the reader will have a glance into their educational methods as well. The topic is relevant because both educational systems make it possible for people with disabilities to integrate into society and live a meaningful life.


Everyday activities to help integration in Pethő Institute in Hungary and abroad

This paper will present András Pető, the father of conductive pedagogy, his method and his institute. His new rehabilitation method gave a chance to motor-disordered children and adults to learn how to adjust into society and cope with daily challenges in spite of their physical disadvantage. He established his institute after World War II in 1945, and the institute was named after him and became nationally and internationally well-known as the Pető Institute.

http://www.degyfk.hu/kulonlegesbanasmod/archivum/kb2015-4/KB2015-4-049-M-5000-65XXXXXX0-Oravecz.pdf 

References

Oravecz, A. (2016) A gyógypedagógia két meghatározó Máriája: Maria Montessori és Hári Mária, Különleges Bánásmód, II. évf. 2016/4. szám, 35-47
http://www.degyfk.hu/kulonlegesbanasmod/archivum/kb2016-4/KB2016-4-035-E-1001-65XXXXXX0-Oravecz.pdf

Oravecz, A. (2015): A Pető Intézet Integrációt segítő mindennapos tevékenysége itthon és külföldön, Különleges Bánásmód, I. évf. 2015/4. szám, 49-64





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