Prisca and Christine gd64icem-freinet.org a comment
In: The Educator CEL For teachers review educational principles> Rights of the Child in January 1959 Educators are a little, by function and by tradition, like those great lords who, accustomed to control sovereign, is thought of another kind the people under them.

And there was probably already in 1’epoque, intellectuals and scholars to prove, perhaps experimentally actually existed between masters and serfs, a fundamental difference in psychology, philosophy, and why not Similarly, to physiology. Those days are over. The political and union organization, saving new standards have undoubtedly given to workers of all levels, this basic awareness of their value of humanity.

And the taxi driver today can afford to say its done, through the door, the billionaire financier homeworkmarket.me/
who, with his Cadillac, double brazenly. Gone are the days, except in education. The father comes in the union or in political assemblies to fiercely defend its worker rights of man and citizen, sits down and control his wife and children: – Get me the slippers ! – Serve Me soup! – Shut up when I’m talking! All forms of politeness excluded, of course.

And the teacher distributes tasks and chores as the lord easements. On indispensable are penalties against offenders. It is always theorists to explain the legitimacy of such complete authority, as the lords had their lawyers to justify their customs and contintes, What has it not been said and written against the black of accession freedom, against the political advancement of women and the ability of the people to govern democratically?

And how still contradict the learned writings of psychologists and educators that show the same surveys and tests that the children are minors and can not play in their relations with adults, the rules of respect and humanity are the only true conquests of civilization. We must have the foresight and courage to react against educational practices – to 1’Ecole, at home and in life – which are of another age. We must have loyalty to admit and understand that the child is the human race.

He made his experiential learning, more or less logical, more or less awkward, in a world where we adults have already established the primacy of our behavior, not always beneficial. The laws and rules of behavior that are identical in their essence and principles, be it children or adults. There is not, as is done we believe, a pedagogy for children and conduct of life for adults. There pedagogy – a set of rules that should guide our common individual and social reactions.

The Gospel recommended this moral formula that was long the ABC of our moral lessons: Do not do to others what you would not want that made you, and we translate for the benefit of parents and educators, these few basic invitations; – Do not the children that you would not want done to yourself to yourself „- Do not impose their discipline or the work you do not accept yourself, – Recognize that, humanly, the children have the right and duty, we believe, to protest as you protest when we wait for what he believes is irreplaceable lifeline; – Search for your children, and with them, as you search them for you, lifestyles and working techniques that best meet all the young ones carry with them generous and exhilarating for goals which you have to help them distinguish permanence. It still costs the lords to give up their privileges.

Remember to make your night of August 4. Today reconsider your behavior from parents and educators. http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/educ/58-59/8/37-28.pdf <^ Discanalyses The democratization of education> Author Freinet Print
Results from 81 to 90 from 3805 results SBT 468 – For All Sort – Decimal Classification Plan In: Supplement Labor CEL Library For students book, pamphlet teaching techniques> Tools> For All Sort teaching techniques> literature March 1984 More SBT 485-486 – for All Sort: Alphabetical index in: Work CEL Library Supplement for students book, brochure History-Geo Science and Techno teaching Techniques> tools> for All Sort teaching techniques> literature December 1985 more SBT 468 – for all Sort – decimal classification Plan in: Work CEL Library Supplement to the students book, pamphlet teaching techniques> tools> for all Sort teaching techniques> research documentary in April 1984 more details Our tools to classify everything in: teaching Building of Eastern edited by a Gr oup Departmental For teachers review teaching techniques> Tools> For All Sort teaching techniques> literature October 1966 Read more Surveys, File No.

20 In: Teaching Building East edited by a Departmental Group to review teachers teaching techniques > presentation, child educational techniques of conference> literature January 1972 Authors: Christian Bermon George Garret, Lemonnier Lucien Buessler Michel Bonnetier, Ottmann and Paul Lamboley more Why? How?

The literature search in: school level> second degree Why How FP PEMF For teachers review History-Geo Science and Techno Teaching Techniques> literature June 1986 Each of us is in search of a position almost permanently and documentary research involved in this basic need. Need and necessity we can not do without information, to find us there.

We use literature to build our knowledge and, at the same time, we build for ourselves through reflection and method of work it entails. (To download the file to print, click:) Authors: Marie-Claire Traverse and Pierrette Guibourdenche More Papers Life In: The New Educator PEMF For Teachers magazine Life of the cooperative classroom teaching techniques citizenship> book of life Techniques teaching> class organization> classroom life in February 2001 book of life, journal, memory album, a collection of life … traces of the child’s life in the classroom and outside the classroom, lives memory. These lives in a cooperative class do not remain hanging on the hangers, when children enter school, but are usually the starting point of activities and learning. Author: GD 54 Read more memory album: track and the history of the culture of our class In: The New Educator PEMF For teachers review teaching techniques> notebook life in April 1999 For many years, I was looking how to organize the various steps of our work in the classroom, this concern led me to rediscover the value of an old Freinet technique: memory album. Author: Jean-Francois Denis Read more in our book of life In: The Educator For teachers review teaching techniques> notebook Life Movements> Freinet movement> Life ICEM November 1982 Read more The life of the notebook class as a collective memory in: the Educator CEL for teachers review teaching techniques> book of life in October 1981 Read more «first

previous … 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 … next> last»
Results from 61 to 70 from 3805 Results printing: when lack of appropriate composting In a technical Building Pedagogical Eastern edited by a Departmental Group to review teachers teaching techniques> Printing February 1981 Author: Michelle Gerner More for a computer ICEM Committee in: teaching Building East edited by a Departmental Group to review teachers teaching techniques February 1981 Author: Michel Ribis more school in newspapers: Why How FP PEMF for teachers book French brochure> Scripture-reading teaching Principles> communication> teaching Techniques school newspaper> free text January 1984 WHY?

HOW? Authors: Bernard Auzou, Claude Cohen, Guy Champagne, Reginald Barcik and Renee Isabey More Tools to support the students in their work: a school level> second degree Educational Building East edited by a group for teachers departmental review instructional techniques> individualized work in November 1980 Author: Jean-Marie Notter more Are you a „individualizing“ the work of your students in: teaching Building East edited by a departmental Group for teachers review teaching techniques> individualized work in November 1980 Read more the New Educator 173 in: the New Educator PEMF for teachers review> summary teaching techniques> evaluation> knowledge learning Techniques trees> evaluation in November 2005 more exchange of knowledge and trees knowledge of CLIS in: a grade> teaching skills need nt specialized The New Educator PEMF For teachers review instructional techniques> Evaluation> Knowledge Learning Techniques trees> knowledge exchange in November 2005 Roland taught for two years in a CLIS located in a school of 11 classes (kindergarten and Cycle 2), in a town of 3000 inhabitants, the population is more and more social problems.

Über den Autor