The educator’s role goes far beyond teaching. Well-prepared educators promote significant learning in the construction of ethical values, formation of citizenship, and consolidation of the knowledge base necessary for life in fullness.
Spiritism, with its threefold aspect (moral, philosophical, and scientific), has a highly pedagogical character and offers us a proposal for the Education of the Spirit in conformity with universal moral principles.
Teaching methodologies integrate strategies, techniques, and activities aimed at different didactic situations experienced in the study and living spaces, which favor the moral transformation process.
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Become familiar with the beautiful life of the Educator Ana Fuentes de Cardona, born in Cartagena, Colombia, who would become one of the most admirable workers of Spiritism in the country, directing the Colombian Spiritist Federation. Undoubtedly, her example in the fulfillment of her duties towards Education and Spiritism is an inspiration for all.
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.