Pages, Alberthe Faure Bertoix, Freinet, Dage, Didelot, E. Charbonnier J. Husson, Paul Fortitude Platz Raoul Faure Roger Gauthier, Roger Lallemand and Y. Watch Read more Educator Proletarian 9 – in year 1938-1939: the Proletarian Educator Publishing Printing at the School for teachers review> brief History -Geo> History Arts> Performing Arts> theater pedagogical techniques> tools> teaching Techniques file> audiovisual equipment> radio Movements> Freinet movement > Publication (s) February 1939 Authors: A. Pages, Alberthe Faure Bertoix, Freinet, Dage, Didelot, E. Charbonnier J. Husson, Paul Fortitude Platz, Raoul Faure Roger Gauthier, Roger Lallemand and Y. Watch Read more Educator Proletarian 6 – in year 1938-1939: the Proletarian Educator Publishing Printing at the School for teachers review> brief History Geo> French History> teaching Techniques Grammar> tools> file teaching techniques> audiovisual techniques> phonograph / discs pedagogical Principles> communication> correspondence Movements> Freinet movement> publication (s) December 1938 Authors: A. Pages, Alberthe Faure, Freinet, Cerba, E. Larue, F. Sharp, J. watch J. Husson, JM Guet, Lemoine, R. HOSTIER Raoul Faure Roger Lallemand and Subils more Francisco Ferrer In: the educator CEL For teachers review Movements> pedagogue January 1949 Author: J. Husson Read more Educator No. 19 – year 1945-1946 – theorists and pioneers of the New Education Within: The Educator Publishing Printing at the School For Teachers review> Summary Movements > history of education Movements> educational movement in July 1946 Author: J. Husson more Loyalty to the common work in: the Educator mail CEL for teachers review in November 1968 Authors: Elise Freinet and J. Husson more BENP No.
44 – Paul ROBIN educator in: Brochures Education Popular New Editions of the Modern French School for teachers review Movements> history of education Movements> pedagogue Paul ROBIN March 1949, educator a little-known pedagogue in writing our modest history of the New Education movement and that theorists and pioneers of the New Education, we had another object as present in miniature and with the maxim um as objectively as possible, the history of a trend that, for over half a century, tries to guide teaching in the way of scientific progress and social progress. Often we had to proceed with large keys, only indicate references, allusions suggest by fast.
Such a process is not without injustice and that is to fix one of them that we dedicate this booklet to PAUL ROBIN. Author: J. Husson More BENP No. 33 – Bakule In: Education Brochures New People’s Editions of the Modern French School For Teachers review Movements> history of education in December 1947 Although the first large. Bakule Czech teacher arrived at a universal fame, the French-language literature we have about his work is extremely reduced.
In, apart from some articles in “For the New School” and “The Liberator School” we have only one study Ad.Ferriere part of the trilogy “Three pioneers of the New Education” . Still do this just an interview and the very modest Bakule faded behind the home school for orphans and cripples he founded, awarding the deserved far more success than his students personal merit. Bakule tells the miserable beginnings, hazards of all kinds that had to be overcome and the development and finally the official recognition of his school became Bakule Institute.
In itself, it is very reserved. We will not know anything or her childhood or her studies or its likely conflict with the reigning pedagogy and officials. It seems that for him his life began the day he gathered around him a few poor kids from the suburbs of Prague rejected, as the teacher, the school official. We will therefore be forced to stick to only, text that we have and try to unravel the causes of the success of one Ferriere calls “modern Pestalozzi”.
Author: J. Husson More BENP No. 26 – The Decroly Education In: Brochures Education Popular New Editions of the Modern French School For Teachers review Movements> educational movement Movements> pedagogue February 1947 The task appears singularly difficult to want a few pages present not only the richest form of education and the highest in our time, but also the system both more flexible and most complex that has ever been put into practice in the education.
The difficulty lies in the wealth of methodological insights we offer the Decroly school, the complexity of the problems that were posed by the great Belgian psychologist and educator, refusal as he has shown to want to codify an education that we should just remove the label system because the dogmatic affirmation and completed synthesis never attempted Decroly, finally, at the very eclecticism which it showed when it came to other educators and other methods. Author: J. Husson More BENP No.
23 – Theorists and Pioneers of the New Education In: Education Brochures New People’s Publishing Printing at the School For Teachers review Movements> educational movement in September 1946 Theorists and Pioneers of the new Education J.HUSSON – Ecole Normale manager Charleville (Ardennes) (previously published in No. 19 of the Educator of 1 July 1946) Author: J. Husson Read more 1 2 next > latest ”
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11 Results correspondence with a class of blind children In: Teaching Building East edited by a Departmental Group to review teachers teaching Principles> Communication> correspondence in December 1982 Author: Francoise Grailhe More Responsibilities in cooperative class In: the New Educator PEMF For teachers review pedagogical principles> cooperation pedagogical principles> co> jobs, responsibilities May 2002 Authors: Anne-Marie Mislin Catherine Clivio Claudine Braun, Frank Thomas, Francoise Grailhe Patrick Chretien and Pierre DESPOULAIN more Investigating the past in: teaching Building East edited by a Departmental Group for teachers History magazine Geo January 1994 Author: Francoise Grailhe more How to manage or to manage the children’s library in the classroom : Building a technical Ped agogic Eastern edited by a Departmental Group For teachers review> Summary February 1994 Authors: Francoise Grailhe and Michele Earl More What have told your students?
In: Teaching Building East edited by a Departmental Group for teachers French magazine in April 1994 Authors: Christiane Hammer Grailhe and Francoise Marie-Odile Reffay More Work from images in: Teaching Building Eastern edited by Departmental Group for teachers French magazine November 1994 Author: Francoise Grailhe more Extreme poverty and educational achievement, change look in: teaching Building East edited by a Departmental Group for teachers reviewed January 1995 Author: Francoise Grailhe more tips and tricks in: teaching Building East edited by a Departmental Group for teachers review in March 1995 Authors: Francoise Grailhe, Marie-Odile Reffay and Mylene Thomann more Leave a love of reading, maintain relationships or link in: Proceedings Educational Building East published by Die Group partemental For teachers review educational principles> Cooperation Teaching Techniques> exit, travel, tour in August 1997 Authors: Christiane Hammer and Francoise Grailhe More Socialize and empower the child in a cooperative class: the “responsibility” or “business”, what are the possible practices (continued): teaching Building East edited by a Departmental Group to review teachers pedagogical principles> cooperation pedagogical principles> co> jobs, responsibilities February 2002 Author: Francoise Grailhe Read more 1 2 next> last ”
1 result Results securitarianism and / or education? To risk the relationship In: The New Educator PEMF For teachers review in May 2002 in all areas, in all sectors, all institutions, is noted for years, similar facts: perpetual shrinking of possibilities in educational action, renunciation professionals face increasing difficulty authorizations, grant applications, or with respect to any educational project a bit ambitious.