Nutrir resiliência: a “magia comum” da vida cotidiana
Palavras-chave:resiliência, competência em risco, desenvolvimento infantil
Apresentamos uma breve exploração da resiliência e o desenvolvimento infantil neste estudo. Os conceitos de resiliência e "competência de risco" são elaborados juntamente com algumas das implicações práticas destes em relação ao cuidado e bem-estar da criança. Algumas questões são levantadas em relação ao cuidado e dos riscos na infância e, ao mesmo tempo, permite que as crianças sejam capazes de avaliar e lidar com os riscos por si mesmas.
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