El siglo XX, en Europa, empieza con la guerra del 14 y no con la muerte de la reina Victoria de Inglaterra. El panorama es preocupante, aunque supongo que no. Estamos empezando ya a desollarle el rabo al siglo XX, y el siglo XXI, con sus evidencias y sus incertidumbres, se pinta ya en el horizonte. Cuando, en , Leopoldo II muere sin haber. Nuestra paciencia se agota. Escenas que fueron convenientemente utilizadas por los medios informativos belgas.
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To this end, ten Lasallian professors, one Guadalupana Sister of De La Salle, and fifteen Brothers of the Christian Schools gathered, coming from all Regions of the Institute, for an innovative experience: four weeks of residential formation and seven months of online formation, using new communication technologies.
The articles that follow are the result of that SIEL session. They represent a first step in the construction of a new way of thinking about all things Lasallian, that is to say, all that deals with the experience of Saint John Baptist de La Salle, the first Brothers, our tercentennial history and current educational reality.
The authors' ways of looking at things are not as diverse as the Institute itself; nevertheless, all articles have a common denominator: the educational mission from a Lasallian perspective.
The first article presented is not part of this overall SIEL work; but we have included it because it constitutes a new way of looking at history; it is the cultural perspective that is being used by researchers at Unilasalle Canoas Brazil. Beginning with issue number 7, we present articles in their original version; we have only translated the summaries and keywords into Spanish, English and French.
We hope that this issue may motivate many to continue to open roads in terms of the way of thinking, researching, and communicating all things Lasallian, especially as they come face to face with the educational challenges of the 21 st century.
The Editor i. The authors, using the perspective of cultural history, have asked themselves about the group of these first twelve Brothers, who were anxious to get to know the city which had been envisioned and discussed among themselves.
To respond to this, the authors used the stories of their journeys and how these first Brothers settled into Porto Alegre as consultation resources. Through looking at these first Brothers, it is possible to identify the representations of the city of Porto Alegre and to arrive at an innovative reconstruction of the social reality of southern Brazil at the beginning of the 20 th century.
Keywords: Porto Alegre, Brothers of the Christian Schools, perceptions, sensitivities, representations. De La Salle's leadership is characterized by his vision, listening, and community building. His leadership faced many challenges. He succeeded with the Brothers in fulfilling his vision of a community of teachers dedicated to the education of the poor. Keywords: servant, vision, community, schools. The author proposes two hypotheses: first, that Lasallian education is pertinent in the context of two national educational systems of the District of the Gulf of Benin when you consider the centrality of the student that characterizes it; second, that due to the centrality of the student, Lasallian education is a fundamental theoretical and practical reference point for teachers as a model of human and religious education, especially as regards the mentoring of students.
This work is a documentation that uses critical studies of Lasallian education and the reality of education in Benin and Togo. Keywords: Lasallian education, centrality of the student, teacher, Benin, Togo.
John Baptist de La Salle. As originally conceived, this system depended on a new and unique religious community structure to ensure not only the proper formation of its practitioners, but also to ensure its intended design and character.
This paper examines the question: as new generations of Lasallian educators who cannot or do not associate through the original community structure assume responsibility for this design and character, what adverse effects could this have on the system and how can they be addressed?
The goals of this examination are 1 to survey the major historical developments in Lasallian spirituality and ministry as they related to the question; 2 to state the problem that the gradual loss of this community life poses for the continued authenticity of Lasallian educational praxis; and 3 to propose an approach to Lasallian formation based on connecting current Lasallians to the collective Lasallian memory in order to preserve the dynamics of association for mission that are essential to the character of Lasallian ministries.
Keywords: community, association for mission, collective Lasallian memory, Lasallian imagination, Lasallian idea, Lasallian foundational charism, Lasallian generative charism. Categories of analysis and the methodologies used for this purpose have been enriched by the Lasallian perspective. As a result, we start from the model of the ideal school where all are welcomed, respected and where there is peace among the population.
The researchers sought to identify the management practices for peaceful coexistence that exist within Mexican Lasallian schools. In both, the ideal school and the Mexican Lasallian school, there do exist practices that foster coexistence, rooted in Lasallian tradition.
The analysis of the categories used allow for, nevertheless, dealing with less developed aspects and new strategies are proposed for the daily life the Lasallian schools that were studied. Keywords: management, school coexistence, treatment, norms, participation, Lasallian. Miller, FSC District of Eastern North America - DENA The basic aim of this paper is two-fold: to examine the contemporary documentary history of the Brothers of the Christian Schools regarding the promotion of justice and to urge a progressive movement towards recovering and renewing the biblical call of justice as a constitutive dimension of the Lasallian Educational Mission.
The emphasis on God's reign signifies that the biblical motif of the reign of God is a source of light that sanctifies participation by Lasallian educators in the Gospel mission and as a means of salvation.
The author offers a narrative attending three types of normative sources of the Lasallian heritage covering the period : the Declaration, pastoral letters, and circulars. The joyful task of making the world more fit for children and young people is not something we can accomplish once and for all. Rather, with a discerning spirit, it is an ideal that we hold before us as we keep exploring and implementing an education for solidarity and justice, which orients our students and ourselves toward the common good what the reign of God requires of us.
The way in which mentoring is applied at the beginning of Lasallian education urgently needs discussion as does how it is applied today so as not to lose sight of the goal. This paper begins with the origins of mentoring from the 17 th century. Then, that at-risk situations of our young people today are described as well as the way in which teachers and coordinators think about and implement mentoring strategies. Finally, two models for mentoring are presented that are currently in use by two Lasallian Mexican Universities.
Keywords: vigilance, mentoring, strategies, risks. Bertele Stephanie Teacher at John Baptist De la Salle Junior High School Illertissen, Germany The full title of this research project is intentionally posed as a question: Is the "Marchtaler Plan" at school one possible way to maintain and to pursue the path of Lasallian education in a community without any Brothers? This so called Marchtaler Plan is an educational program that encompasses the Catholic view of man with a decidedly Christian focus in order to assure a holistic personal and social education of young people.
The author wants to compare the Marchtaler Plan with Lasallian educational aspects in order to prove that this German educational concept is combinable with Lasallian tradition and therefore a helpful means to keep the Lasallian spirit alive at places where no Brothers are on-site to assure this.
Las autoras, utilizando la perspectiva de la Historia cultural, se preguntan sobre el universo de sentido de estos primeros doce Hermanos, ansiosos por conocer la ciudad tantas veces imaginada y hablada entre ellos. Palabras-clave: Porto Alegre, Hermanos de las Escuelas Cristianas, percepciones, sensibilidades, representaciones.
La vie quotidienne sous Louis XIV. Paris: Hachette, Compagnoni, , p. Porto Alegre: Tip. Vidas Lassalistas. Sobre los hombros, un vasto manto negro de mangas flotantes [ Bernardo, ansiosos por conocer la ciudad tantas veces imaginada y hablada.
Pesavento, , p. O que tal vez haya sido percibido por los Hermanos Lasallistas, como veremos en el tema siguiente. La calle, de esa manera, pasa a ser un gran teatro urbano, donde los nuevos actores sociales circulan y se relacionan.
Miradas lasallistas sobre Porto Alegre Entramos en el reducto de las sensibilidades para analizar las primeras impresiones de los Hermanos lasallistas sobre Porto Alegre. Captada por la primera mirada, la ciudad se muestra a los Hermanos, apareciendo a nuestros ojos embebidos el bello panorama de la ciudad tantas veces imaginada y hablada.
Bernardo, apodado Compagnoni, , p. Esos, como informa Pesavento , p. Porto Alegre pasa a ser pensada, imaginada; en los primeros contactos con ella, por medio de iconos como las edificaciones, los accidentes naturales, etc. Como ejemplo, tenemos el relato del H. En las ciudades, los ojos no ven cosas, sino figuras de cosas que significan otras cosas.
El pueblo estaba constituido por una mezcla de blancos, prietos y mulatos. En el relato del H. Bernardo se desvelan para los historiadores rastros de escenarios del pasado.
El Navegantes de era un barrio de obreros. Conforme al H. Bernardo afirmaba que todo era costoso. Pedro escribe que Porto Alegre es una ciudad de mucho comercio. En ninguna parte del. Los escritos de los Hermanos Lasallistas apuntan hacia ese escenario y delinean las condiciones de vida de Porto Alegre y de sus barrios. Pero, como dice Calvino , p. Los Hermanos miraban a los habitantes a partir del contexto existencial marcado por valores y modelos europeos, identificando los espacios de sociabilidad y de visibilidad de hombres y mujeres con sus mejores trajes.
Parmagnani , p. Marcelo H. A partir de las narrativas, los Hermanos dan a conocer elementos importantes de las relaciones sociales en Porto Alegre. Conflictos, sociabilidades y sensibilidades pueden ser desvelados a partir del cemento, hierro, madera, piedras, paredes, muros y caminos.
Y los Hermanos pioneros, en Porto Alegre, demostraron esto en sus cartas dirigidas a Francia en aquellos momentos, fragmentos sensibles de memorias lasallistas. Julio de Castilhos , era totalmente vazada nos ideais do Positivismo. Porto Alegre. Porto Alegre: Ed. Iluminuras, v. Vidas lassalistas; 7. Adauto Novaes Org. Rio de Janeiro. Alphonse LeBlanc, F. De La Salle s leadership is characterized by his vision, listening, and community building.
Key words: servant, vision, community, schools. In this book Almonte portrays St. On the cover is a well-recognized portrait of De La Salle dressed in a business suit and tie. Applying each corporate principle, Almonte compares De La Salle to famous giants of the international corporate world.
On the back cover, Br. Armin Luistro, F. First of all it is written by a laymen. Almonte intended to make De La Salle relevant to modern day education and current corporate governance. Luistro points out that this book is also somewhat unusual because it does not focus on De La Salle s saintliness. While saintliness is not the focus, it is not ignored.
Almonte respectfully does not rule out saintliness as a possibility for corporate leaders. Other kinds of leadership Besides corporate leadership there are other paradigms, theories, and styles of leadership put forth in self-help books and the corporate world.
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To this end, ten Lasallian professors, one Guadalupana Sister of De La Salle, and fifteen Brothers of the Christian Schools gathered, coming from all Regions of the Institute, for an innovative experience: four weeks of residential formation and seven months of online formation, using new communication technologies. The articles that follow are the result of that SIEL session. They represent a first step in the construction of a new way of thinking about all things Lasallian, that is to say, all that deals with the experience of Saint John Baptist de La Salle, the first Brothers, our tercentennial history and current educational reality. The authors' ways of looking at things are not as diverse as the Institute itself; nevertheless, all articles have a common denominator: the educational mission from a Lasallian perspective. The first article presented is not part of this overall SIEL work; but we have included it because it constitutes a new way of looking at history; it is the cultural perspective that is being used by researchers at Unilasalle Canoas Brazil.