Pedagogy and Didactics

Faced with the habitual memory-based study methods and the generalized pedagogical theories that do not connect knowledge to one’s inner life, González Pecotche sought new ways to teach the development of essential skills to the human being. Hence, he created a new pedagogy – the Logosophical Pedagogy –, which is based on the conception of the human being as a bio-psycho-spiritual being, capable of achieving a permanent internal improvement, with the aim of providing constructive results for society.

Based on the knowledge and the method of study and research established by Logosophy, Logosophical Pedagogy adapts learning to the reality that each human being presents at their starting point. At the same time, it actively promotes the achievement of one’s own aspirations, according to the energies and resources which one has available.

This pedagogical approach is based on an experimental, internal and gradual conception of the learning process. The principles that arise from Logosophy are put into practice to be proven in one’s own life, thus transcending the theoretical focus.

In conclusion, Logosophical Pedagogy develops the functions of studying, teaching, thinking, and achieving – which are present in potency in every human being – in the field of experiential learning, linked to one’s reality and to one’s own life.