SINEM SPECIAL PROGRAMS: PEDAGOGIC MODEL, STUDENTS' NEEDS AND INTERESTS, AND THE HUMAN RIGHT

Abstract: This document emerges as a result of the bibliographic review performed by the author in order to achieve her Master degree in Human Rights of Children and Adolescents, for the Graduate Program in Social Work at the University of Costa Rica.  It develops several postulates of the SINEM Spe...

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Autor Principal: Arguedas Quesada, Consuelo
Formato: Artículo
Idioma: Español
Publicado: Universidad de Costa Rica 2014
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Acceso en línea: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/aie/article/view/14742
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/17061
Sumario: Abstract: This document emerges as a result of the bibliographic review performed by the author in order to achieve her Master degree in Human Rights of Children and Adolescents, for the Graduate Program in Social Work at the University of Costa Rica.  It develops several postulates of the SINEM Special Programs pedagogic models, related to Human Rights approach and the needs and interests of the students, as part of the theoretical background covering in this program. The data was obtained through passive observation, interviews, questionnaires, drawings, bibliographic reviews and videos. The information was systematized in order to be analyzed and several conclusions and suggestions were obtained.  Furthermore, this document is intended to provide information to SINEM’s docent and administrative staff, parents of children attending the institution and people interested in this area.