The story of Maria Montessori, the first woman to enter the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery in Italy in 1892. She was encouraged by her parents, supported mainly by her mother, Renilde, and poorly received by teachers and students. At the university she met Professor Giuseppe Montesano, who guided her towards psychiatry and her first works in a mental health hospital where there were many abandoned children. She confronts doctors, experts and scholars, renowned pedagogues, and her method is increasingly gaining ground and reaching other parts of Europe and America. This makes her recognized in Italy, although she never stops teaching children, renewing her methods and guiding teachers in new pedagogical and didactic paths.
Eurípides Barsanulfo, self-taught educator, teaches us with his example of life how to serve humanity with infinite love and personal selflessness, through Education. Slandered, humiliated, misunderstood, many times, he remained firm in his proposal and brave in the face of adversity, showing with immense tenderness that only through the integral Education of the being, will humanity successfully achieve the objectives proposed for the Third Millennium.
“The Children’s Spiritist Education will undoubtedly contribute to the formation of a world in which fraternity will no longer be an ideal to be achieved, but will become a constant reality in the relationship between individuals and people. Is there a better program than this?” Cecilia Rocha
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.