The construction of knowledge is a life of adventure. Author: Paul Le Bohec More Body in free text: Educational Publishing Co ICEM For teachers review EPS> EPS body in April 1996 The free expression is one of the cornerstones of non-authoritarian teaching practices. It is illustrated through the free text and artistic creation.
Having suggested the mathematical free text, Paul Le Bohec “invents” free body text. How to give the floor to the body language? Author: Paul Le Bohec More
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In: The Educator CEL For teachers review in November 1953 They walk on their hands, I tell you. And when they have compiled all the youth to walk on his hands, they relearn him to stand on his feet, but this time me-tho-di-than-ing and scien-ti-fi-than-ing.
This is what they call start from scratch and with principles. As if we were not all gone to zero, fortunately it is true with other principles. But today, it is serious, formal and unexpected.
Unexpected because we did not think the field of physical education was already so completely conquered by the tribe of people walking on their hands. It informs us that the General Directorate of Youth and Sports has published the provisional program of Physical Education in secondary schools and institutions of Technical Education, in which advises the professor “to devote sessions special to the meaning and the acquisition of the standing attitude. ” In other words, it is considered admitted to the degree that students have definitely adopted walking on hands, or at least all teachers operating legs in the air have the certainty that the world around them began upside down, as tree roots in the sky and the smoke stacks flows as a source to the depths.
And since we’re not so sure that children and used to walking on the hands can return safely hypothetical standing, they will be taught the “travel quadrupediques”. These claims – or these precautions make you smile, because you think that they will prevent any child to walk normally on his feet as he taught in ways that without scientists are no less those by which since there are men, walking, children and young people learn to walk straight.
But if the people of the tribe of the men walking on hands even persuade you that nothing is true of what you’ve learned by natural means and it takes after you have trained to walk on his hands, you teach the ABCs of standing or quadrupedalism in reading, writing, the arts and sciences, you are still worried. And, actually, you do not always find the necessary balance of standing.
Happy even if you can at least access quadrupedalism! http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/educ/53-54/4/3.pdf
In: The Educator CEL For teachers review> Summary November 1953 Read Full issue in PDF DITS MATHIEU – Station up and quadrupedal to a large national and international confrontation technical working do or make homework
What is the part of the teacher? What part of the child?
The master and his work Art to school Life of the Institute PUSH IT! The vital profile first weeks of kindergarten to class (continued) THE LIFE OF A C.E.1. IN A SCHOOL CLASS 12 (continued) DAY OF SMALL IN A UNIQUE CLASS The leaves fall TV: what’s new? cutting apparatus by wire / Tuberculosis filicoupeur page and Health DITS MATHIEU – Station up and quadrupedalism> Print
In: Excerpts from “La Gerbe” Publishing Printing at the School For Students> For kindergarten students> Elementary French magazine> Scripture-reading in January 1927 Author: School of Sainte-Marguerite – Htes Alps
In: Teaching Building East edited by a Departmental Group For teachers review French> Oral language Philosophy of Life Cooperative classroom teaching techniques citizenship> educational debate in January 2003 Building East, No.
345-346 January-February 2003
In: Excerpts from “La Gerbe” Publishing Printing at the School For Students> For kindergarten students> Elementary French magazine> Scripture-reading in January 1927 http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/enfantines /e2/enfantines_2.pdf Author school of Bar-sur-Loup – Alpes-Maritimes
In: Teaching Building East edited by a Departmental Group For teachers review> Summary January 1975 Regional Group Bulletin of the modern school, pedagogy Freinet educational supplement to “The pupil of the flowery valley” school of Schweighouse-Lautenbach . Manager: Daniel Dippert Study and recognition of flowers by registration The scholiastre is dechaisne Reading and expression, File No. 39 pages 1 to 23 Reading and expression, File No. 39 pages 24 to 41 Reading and expression, File No.
39 pages 42 to 47 Reading and expression, file No. 39 pages 48 to 56 What a waste! Study and recognition of flowers by registration> Print
In: Teaching Building East edited by a Departmental Group For teachers review> Summary January 2003 Layout: Lucien Buessler Duplication: Monique Bolmont Installation and routing Francis Bothner Management: Bernard Mislin educational Building East, No. 345-346 January-February 2003 “When I want, I want …” Chronicle of a school today: Mathias and Theo, this year Discover renewable energy: wind turbines to use the energy images Education wind, aim and means documentary zone for the master: the long neck of the giraffe, the tail of a giraffe, Darwin and Lamarck Training citizenship magic picture … the school we want: accountability students and access to autonomy the computer screen, permanent exhibition cyma reading a picture is indicative of mental representations of the reader practice philosophical debates at school, cycle 2 and 3, publicat ion GLEM Optical illusions The “modern” means (CTBT) First group: sing or love?
Institutional pedagogy: about monographs What could give unity to a teaching practice? A selection of texts from “something black”, a collection of Jacques Roubaud Just published: “Another school for our children?”, By Andre Giordan “When I want, I want …”> printable version
For the Alexandrine Gerrer 29/11/12 – 11:59 In: GD 66 – Pyrenees-Orientales report Meeting the Life Education Sociology of the cooperative class citizenship pedagogical principles> term-creation November 24, 2012, we talked about “the consideration of the emotional and experiences of the child in the class.” Attachment Size cr_reunion_24_11_2012.pdf comment_chat_va.pdf 41.78 KB 129.46 KB Add new comment
By Michel Mulat on 03/03/14 – 6:35 p.m. In: Gr.
International International corrected translation: http://www.edscuola.it/archivio/comprensivi/mario_lodi.htm Mario was born in 1922 in Piadena ( Cremona).