Loving Every Child: Wisdom for Parents

Loving Every Child: Wisdom for Parents By Janusz Korczak Sandra Joseph, Loving Every Child Wisdom for Parents Born in Poland in educator physician and legendary child advocate Janusz Korczak believed that simply understanding children is the key to being able to take care of them It s a basic premise
  • Title: Loving Every Child: Wisdom for Parents
  • Author: Janusz Korczak Sandra Joseph
  • ISBN: 9781565124899
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Loving Every Child: Wisdom for Parents By Janusz Korczak Sandra Joseph, Born in Poland in 1878, educator, physician, and legendary child advocate Janusz Korczak believed that simply understanding children is the key to being able to take care of them It s a basic premise too often overlooked This collection of one hundred quotations and passages from Korczak s writings provides valuable advice on how to take care of, respect, and love everyBorn in Poland in 1878, educator, physician, and legendary child advocate Janusz Korczak believed that simply understanding children is the key to being able to take care of them It s a basic premise too often overlooked This collection of one hundred quotations and passages from Korczak s writings provides valuable advice on how to take care of, respect, and love every child In an inviting gift book format, this is a heartfelt and helpful reminder of who we were as children and who we might become as parents.
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    1. Janusz Korczak Sandra Joseph

      Janusz Korczak was a Polish Jewish children s author, pediatrician, and child pedagogue, also known under the pseudonym Stary Doktor He was born Henryk Goldszmit in Warsaw on July 22, 1878 During his youth, he played with children who were poor and lived in bad neighborhoods his passion for helping disadvantaged youth continued into his adulthood He studied medicine and also had a promising career in literature When he gave up his career in literature and medicine, he changed his name to Janusz Korczak, a pseudonym derived from a 19th century novel, Janasz Korczak and the pretty Swordsweeperlady.In 1912, Korczak established a Jewish orphanage, Dom Sierot, in a building which he designed to advance his progressive educational theories He envisioned a world in which children structured their own world and became experts in their own matters Jewish children between the ages of seven and fourteen were allowed to live there while attending Polish public school and government sponsored Jewish schools, known as Sabbath schools The orphanage opened a summer camp in 1921, which remained in operation until the summer of 1940.Besides serving as principal of Dom Sierot and another orphanage, Nasz Dom, Korczak was also a doctor and author, worked at a Polish radio station, was a principal of an experimental school, published a children s newspaper and was a docent at a Polish university Korczak also served as an expert witness in a district court for minors He became well known in Polish societyand received many awards The rise of anti Semitism in the 1930 s restricted only his activities with Jews.In 1934 and 1936, Korczak visited Palestine and was influenced by the kibbutz movement Following his trips, Korczak was convinced that all Jews should move to Palestine.The Germans occupied Poland in September 1939, and the Warsaw ghetto was established in November 1940 The orphanage was moved inside the ghetto Korczak received many offers to be smuggled out of the ghetto, but he refused because he did not want to abandon the children On August 5, 1942, Korczak joined nearly 200 children and orphanage staff members were rounded up for deportation to Treblinka, where they were all put to death.Source Janusz Korczak Communication Center and U.S Holocaust Memorial Museum

    384 thoughts on “Loving Every Child: Wisdom for Parents”


    1. Imagine one of the most profound educators of the last century simply taking notes of his mistakes and experiences so others could learn from.This piece of art does to pedagogy and education what Calvino s Hidden Cities does to your imagination a short mass taking you on a journey you ll complete as a different person.Enjoy.


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    3. Adults are not very clever They don t even know how to take advantage of the freedom they have They re so lucky, they can buy anything they like, they re allowed to do anything they want, but despite all this, they are always angry about something and any little thing is liable to make them shout Janusz KorczakThis little gem of a book 84pgs is filled with quotes about children similar to that found above from Korczak who became very well known for his advocacy of children in the Warsaw Ghetto b [...]





    4. Janusz Korczak was a well loved Polish writer, pediatrician, and advocate for children in the years prior to WWII He was also Jewish He had a regular radio show where he dispensed advice to parents, he had both wealthy and poor patients, the latter of whom he not only didn t charge, but left money with for prescriptions He designed, built, and ran two orphanages one Jewish, and one Catholic that were ground breaking in their treatment of children He lived in the Jewish orphanage, serving as a fa [...]




    5. LOVING EVERY CHILD, is a very quick read with it is mere 84 pages of quotes and reflections on parenting It is the saddest of stories taking into account the tragic ENDING of the author s life JANUSZ KORCZAK and his children,i.ee members of a jewish orphanage in Warsaw The description of the death march of Korczak and his children, each carrying a favorite toy or book, on August 5, 1942 on the way to the freight cars whose final destination would be the gas chambers of Treblinka, brought tears t [...]



    6. Uscito negli anni 20, questo libro non un trattato di pedagogia ma un vero e proprio modello di come deve essere ascoltato un bambino non solo amato, dunque, ma rispettato Non esistono bambini, ma individui per Korczak un innovatore, ancora insuperato, secondo me, un profondo conoscitore dell animo umano Tantissime osservazioni sui bimbi in famiglia, nelle colonie, negli internati non sentenze calate dall alto ma pensieri e riflessioni.


    7. Such apropos teachings from a pediatrician who perished in the Holocaust so long ago His writings are so important and so true even nearly 100 years lateruld have been written today, however, few people would have his insight and wisdom.





    8. I have a feeling that my old favorite doctor is talking with me It helps to overcome my fears and gives interesting ideas to think about I love this book.








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