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Vidéos de classes sur le site de l'ICEM

Ces vidéos montrent des instantanés de classe. Ce ne sont pas des "modèles", juste des tranches de vie. 

Classe Unique in Schulhaus Buhl in Nesslau, Schweiz

Le PDF attaché presente la classe unique à Schulhaus Buhl in Nesslau, Suisse.

The PDF in attachment shows the classe unique in Schulhaus Buhl in Nesslau, Switzerland.

Das PDF im Amhang zeigt die Mehrklasse in Schulhaus Buhl in Nesslau, Schweiz.

 

Long workshop : Technics Freinet

This workshop is about the most frequent technics of Freinet pedagogy.

Its was a great experience because people from differents part of world can explain and learn to each other : we were from Brasil, Chile, Italia, Germany, Austria, Spain, Cote d'Ivoire, Benin and France. We used technics Freinet to learn this technics !

I will change a lot my way of teaching in September but a need all the month of august to think about it : it's very very rich !

Thanks to all the participants and specially to Sebastian and Alfredo.

 

 

Une journée dans une classe multiâge de maternelle (Ecole Anne Frank à Mons en Baroeul)

Des vidéos d'une classe maternelle à voir sur le site de l'ICEM...

http://www.icem-pedagogie-freinet.org/node/39557

On a perdu Mario Lodi; é morto Mario Lodi

Quelques pages du livret " Comment c'est chez toi?" sur le Togo

 L'association l'Effrene-tic, soutenue par la FIMEM, a publié ce livret fait avec des classes Freinet au Togo. En voici quelques pages...

Quelques pages du livret " Comment c'est chez toi?" sur le Burkina-Faso

   L'association l'Effrene-tic, soutenue par la FIMEM, a publié ce livret fait avec des classes Freinet au Burkina-Faso.  En voici quelques pages...

The Class Council: Preparing Young People for Democracy

According to the recent Deutsche Shell’s Jugendwerk report on German youth, young Germans are not generally apolitical. Young people have difficulties with politics, but the much bigger problem lies on the other side: it’s that politics is reluctant to involve young people.[1] It’s important to young people to have a say and to utilize their competence to contribute. Young people’s wish list for school would include improvements like more small workgroups, more projects, more independent research by themselves, more classroom discussion, to have more say in class planning, a trustful relationship to their teachers.[2] The ways of teaching and learning mentioned by the young themselves promote cooperative learning and democratic skills.

Célestin Freinet: Les invariants pédagogiques

Les invariants pédagogiques

 
Tels que définis par C. Freinet en 1964