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1 to 10 from 11 Results After “One Hundred Years of French education” in: Education Life Skills CEL For teachers review in April 1961 Author: Jean Vuillet More The notion of environment in pedagogy In: Life Technologies CEL for teachers review mid-Study Training and research> research December 1960 Author: Jean Vuillet more Square copyright text in the Freinet, file No. 14 in the nature, environment educational Building East edited by a Departmental Group for teachers History magazine Geo Maths Science and Techno March 1970 Authors: Andrew Bruckert Helen Lampert Jean Vuillet, R. and R. Tritz Guthmann Read more mounting mechanisms in teaching french and in calculation based priority: Life Skills for teachers CEL magazine December 1960 the circular of 19 October reminds the rule of calculation and french: idea fundamentally j ust in itself. And some to conclude immediately to the urgent need for a return to more traditional methods, which have so “proven”. As if there was a relationship of cause and effect! Author: Jean Vuillet Read more What is the trial and error? In: Life Technologies CEL For teachers review educational principles> December 1960 trial and error “Without a doubt, we’re too carried away by the desire to go further and go faster. Since everything is clarified and codified, why hesitations, gropings, even if they are a sign of thinking? Author: Jean Vuillet More “Be careful” is “be careful …” In: Life Technologies CEL For teachers journal Education and Research> Knowledge of children Training and research> Research and Research Training > knowledge of child> motivation October 1960 … “Yes, but the attention and effort! “The French modern school” is not without strong justification and can boast of brilliant successes, we do not disagree. But what do you do in the concentration of attention and taste for effort? Is this not incurably weak point of such methods? Author: Jean Vuillet More Logical progression and natural progression In: Life Technologies CEL For teachers journal Education and Research> Research pedagogical principles> natural method April 1960 Learn to speak, one must know the words since the language consists of words ; So start by naming a particular object; and only then ask the child to assemble these words in sentences. Author: Jean Vuillet More harmonization of the first and second degrees in the present and concrete context of educational reform In: Life Technologies CEL For teachers review in January 1960 Harmonization of the first and second degrees and in this specific context of educational reform and J. R. FROMAGEAT VUILLET Authors: Jean Vuillet and R. Fromageat more internal consistency of Freinet Techniques in: Life Technologies CEL for teachers review educational principles> term-creation pedagogical techniques> living calculation pedagogical principles> natural method pedagogical principles> experimental trial and error Movements> Freinet movement> Freinet Movements> Freinet movement> technical Freinet pedagogical techniques> teaching techniques retrieval> free text January 1960 Do as I experience and ask some many traditionalists what evokes for them the name of Freinet. The dish is served hot immediately: “… let’s Freinet is the free text! “Unless another menu appears:” … Why, it is he who had the idea of ??printing to school! »Author: Jean Vuillet More The natural method of reading in the light of Pavlov In: Life Technologies CEL For teachers review educational principles> natural method> natural method of teaching reading and writing basics> What natural method December 1959 Pavlov’s work is the cause of significant discoveries in basic research (problem of the relationship between language and thought …) and particularly advantageous in areas as technical capital as medicine (painless childbirth, cure sleep …) and psychiatry (speech therapy …), it is undisputed today. What is less known is that it has a direct impact on teaching. Author: Jean Vuillet Read more 1 2 next> last »
3 Results in Education Building Special – No. 9 years 1985 to 1986 (120) In: Building in the Special Education teachers CEL For French magazine> Spell teaching Principles> Communication> correspondence teaching techniques> individualized work in May 1986 Authors Daniel Trevisan, Jean-Claude Saporito, Marie-Claude San Juan, Michel Albert, Monique and Pierre Speaking Meric more Building in Special Education – No. 7 years from 1985 to 1986 (118) in: Building in the Special education CEL For teachers review French> Scripture-reading instructional principles> term-creation pedagogical Principles> communication> correspondence teaching techniques> individualized work in March 1986 Authors: Jean Mermoz, Jean-Paul Bizet, Lucien Buessler Michel Fevre, Michel Schotte Speaking Pierre Raymond Blancas, Serge Jaquet and Suzanne Zandomenighi more Teacher in advanced class, reading the contract in: school level> Special education school educator CEL The difficulty for teachers French magazine> Scripture-reading in September 1986 Reading at school, it’s the new Inquisition. It is a power that no delegates at all. · It is said we live in a society of images that anyone can read. Actually, no, we are in a society of writing, the sign read. The same image is power, and it’s bed As C.A.E.I. teacher, what I serve in the institution? I arrive at an end, and I leave it: my job is primarily a single contract – learning to read to children who have not attained a range of readers. They all arrive in my class. Author: https://homeworkmarket.me/
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2 Results Our class discovery in Port-Cros In: The Educator Editions of the Modern French School For Teachers review instructional techniques> class organization> transplanted class in November 1987 Author: Ludovic Gift Read more Specialists have spoken … In: the Educator chronic CEL For teachers reviewed September 1986 Author: Ludovic Gift Read more
4 Results in Education Building Special – No. 11-12 1991-1992 (194-195) In: Building in the Special Education teachers CEL To review educational principles> Children’s Rights in July 1992 Authors: Didier Mujica, Guy Stud, Helen Roussey Janine Charron, Michel Fevre and Serge Jaquet more Building in special education No. 9-10 – 1979-1980 (47-48) in: Building youth literature in the Special education teachers CEL to review Arts> Music and sound> singing teaching Principles> communication> school newspaper of April 1980 Monthly educational animation (No. 47-48- No. 9-10 year 79-80) Authors: Christian Leray, Colette Brouard, Guitou Ferretti, Guy Stud Lucien Buessler Michel Fevre, Michel Forget, Pierre Yvin Raymond Dumezil Laffitte and Rene Read more Ajuda No. 36 In: the Ajuda edited by a Departmental Group For teachers review> s ummary Pedagogical principles> cooperation in March 1994 Authors: Florence St. Luke, Guy Goujon, Jean Astier and Laurent Carle More My educational project: what am I trying to develop? In: Company> nonviolence The Educator CEL For teachers review in June 1986 Author: Guy Stud More
1 result Results Telematics and In reading: French Gossip For teachers review French> Scripture-reading Science and Techno> Technology Teaching Principles> Communication pedagogical principles> Cooperation Teaching Principles> Communication> correspondence June 2011 The use of telematics in the context a communication network puts children in a stronger reading situations that is despite a general style that many would describe as uniform and despite the brevity of the messages and the little information that each of them contains .