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Constructing the narrative of religious identity of the child in the concept of Sofia Cavalletti as a part of inclusive education

Subject and Keywords:

constructivism   inclusion   narrative religious education   pedagogy of Maria Montessori   religious education concept of Sofia Cavalletti


Changing interpretive concept of man, which assumes the subjectivity of the individual, his continuous change in becoming the person and activity in the construction of his own development, relationships with others and changing world also sets new directions of changes in modern education, including religious. The basis of subjectivity, and also the aim of education is the development of man as a person, together with his free „self”. Self-determination, identity formation of own „self” takes place in cooperation with the reality that man himself codetermines and at the same time he affects it secondarily. Giving meaning of „self” determines the future of peoples’ operations. Understanding yourself and the world is the result of the adoption of two certainties: the existence of speaking for the group with which one is identified and existence of individual point of view of these statements. The exemplification of the category of narrative and constructivism in religious education, which may be proposed as an inclusive education, is an Italian concept of Sofia Cavalletti. Some chosen assumptions of this concept are examined above.

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Instytut Pedagogiki Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego

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ISBN 978-83-62618-34-7




Między ekskluzją a inkluzją w edukacji religijnej, s. 234-243

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Copyright by Barbara Surma

Location of original object:

Biblioteka Instytutu Pedagogiki UWr

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