E finally, but less important is not the example of the professor in the classroom. The children, as she knows yourself, inhabit have it to imitate the adults in its gestures, words and action. It is basically a primitive form to enter it I circulate cultural adult. If a professor in classroom displays its contents of clear, objective form and gotten passionate, obviously the pupils go to be interested themselves and will search to perfect those contents, why they had been ' ' cativados' '. Already the opposite also can occur.
The children by its very nature are gotten passionate by the knowledge and are necessary to cultivate, to fortify this passion that sprouts of its humble and tender sincerity. She says us Lipman, ' ' the children alone had found the education an irresistible adventure if the professors also to find ' ' (LIPMAN, 1990, p 45). The philosophical education must not more be seen and be taught in our schools as one ' ' passport for fracasso' ' , but yes with one it forms creative to read and to interpret the reality and from this reading to transform it into a more human place to live itself. everything this must start with the children, therefore they are future it of the humanity more clarified that we want for our future. Reference: LIPMAN, Matthew. The Philosophy goes the School. So Paulo: Publishing Summus, 1990.