The role of the educator is of fundamental importance in Spiritist Education for Children and Youth. He is the emulating energy pole that creates the ideal environment for the work. His words, actions, thoughts, and feelings are essential in the educational process. The educator is the one who provides the appropriate activities for children to interact with the physical and spiritual realm, and experience activities that can help them to build theirown future.

But what  should the educator  continuing  learning look like? How to write a practical, creative, and relevant lesson plan?

In this section, you will find resources that will help you to become a better educator.

Spiritist Education

Together we will study the education proposals offered by Spiritism, not only because its founder, Hippolyte Leon Denizard Rivail ((1804-1869), later known as Allan Kardec was a great French educator, following the footsteps of his master Pestalozzi. But because the basis of the spiritist philosophy is that of educating the spirit.

Teaching Methodology

Teaching methodology are ways of organising classes to optimise them. It is the pathway to follow to internalise all previous learning. We offer, as a suggestion, some strategies, techniques, and activities aimed at different teaching situations aimed at chilren, youths, and family

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Allan Kardec (1804 – 1869)

Together we will learn a little more about the history of Allan Kardec, from his days as an educator to his fundamental contribution to spiritistic codification. Allan Kardec (pseudonym of Hippolyte Léon
Denizard Rivail, was a French translator, teacher, philosopher and writer, considered the founder, along with the spirits, of Spiritism.

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