Astatotilapia as a pedagogical technology: a way of mental healing and the discovery of new talents

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Astatotilapia - is an integrated psychological, pedagogical and unusual concept. The Tutors use astatotilapia to "treat" the souls of children with different kinds of funds impacts directly on the emotional sensual sphere kids (game, communication, art nature, movement, folklore, etc.).

the Healing effect of positive emotional experiences is known from these times. This method of psychotherapy is very popular all over the world, practice it and in many countries. My impressions from its application and new developments shared at the Round table "astatotilapia as a pedagogical technology: current trend and prospects of development" educators, psychologists and clergy.

that painful, that the soul of the time we don't know how to Express it. And we Express it through drawing. The child expresses their feelings through music, drawing, sculpting ... "" ... and what hurt her, she will Express through art". The main thing is to believe in yourself, and the result will not keep itself waiting. And yet, using astatotilapia soul can not only "cure", but also to open new talents. More information you can read on our site: .

But no less popular method it is a psychological aid to children today is sand therapy. Thanks to this very new method, the child begins to develop the ability to speak and to creatively influence the world. Sand therapy also helps to develop children's memory, attention and spatial imagination. Often teachers use this method and in my classes.

For example, in mathematics lessons can be offered to lay out geometric shapes, put them in the form of a pattern, to count them. And thus the child is formed mathematical representations and concepts.

in Addition to astatotilapia and sand therapy also use other methods of "treatment" of the soul and of child development, such as negotiate, therapy, doll therapy and others.

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