I have been building a library of items on Conductive Education for Conduction over the past few years. It is growing nicely now and becoming a respectable collection of books, articles, papers etc both published, and unpublished.
Today I was given two new items to add. The first is a new book in Hungarian published by Pető András Főiskola [Pető András College] in Budapest, entitled:
Tanulmányok a konduktív peadagógia köréből;A Hári Mária-pályázat gyűjteményéből.
The welcome page of the book [translated for me into English] states:
Hari Maria is a role model for all of us because of her devoted work for sustaining and protecting the Peto method. Therefore it is not accidental that, in recognition and respect of her professional work and humanity we called the first Hari Maria competition.
This book contains papers which were submitted and accepted by professional judges – and were written by this famous institute’s lecturers, conductors and students.
This collection of papers about Conductive Education and Pető András makes a substantial book of 446 pages with illustrations, some black and white, some coloured.
The second, was the abstract book for the 9th World Congress on Conductive Education which was held in Budapest , December 2016.
Other recent additions are Emlékkönyv Dr Hári Mária 1923-2001,
Genesis; bringing Conductive Education to Israel.
This increasing number of books on Conductive Education is good to see after years of very little being published.
Deák, Adrienn. and Kollega, Tarsoly István., ed. (2016) Tanulmányok a konduktív peadagógia köréből; a Hári Mária-pályázat gyűjteményéből.[Studies from the conductive pedagógia; from the collection of papers from the Hari Maria competition] Budapest: Pető András Főiskola.
Balogh, E and Németh, G. ed., (2016) Abstract book of 9th World Congress on Conductive Education. Budapest: International Pető Association.
Kollega, T.I. ed. (2014) Emlékkönyv Dr Hári Mária 1923-2001. Budapest: Pető András Főiskola [In memory of Dr Hári Mária]
Schenker, R., ed. (2016) Genesis; bringing Conductive Education to Israel. Birmingham: CEP and Jerusalem: Tsad Kadima.