Pour un projet pédagogique de soutien à la paternité. Handicap, inclusion et enfance
Pedagogy and psychoanalysis are mostly characterised by considerable mutual diffidence, forgetting the recognition of substantial affinities, including those of understanding and helping mankind. Psychoanalytic pedagogy – an expression coined by the Swiss protestant minister Oskar Pfister, in 1913 – represents a highly interesting, and in our opinion highly successful, attempt to reconcile psychoanalytic orientations and education, comparing these two disciplines on a level of mutual collaboration and cooperation – care and education, diagnosis and educational project, prevention (reparation) and educational care (caring for...) – rather than comparing it in a field of confrontation and division. It is starting from this conceptual framework of reference that we propose a reflection on the father figure dealing with a child with disabilities. This paper proposes a pedagogical project of preventive education, to support fatherhood, both within the family and Early Childhood Education and Care services.
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