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La CrÉaTiviTé : aussi importante que de savoir lire et écrire. On ne vous apprend rien en disant que les enseignants sont créatifs. Mais savez-vous jusqu’à quel point ils usent de créativité pour motiver et inventer des moyens de mettre en lumière les talents et réalisations de chaque élève? En voici plusieurs exemples! L’importance de rester artiste lorsqu’on enseigne Beaucoup d’acteurs de l’éducation le crient depuis longtemps : la créativité tient l’école en vie. Récemment, j’ai eu la chance de rencontrer un grand homme de l’éducation, M. Serge Goyette. Des exemples de profs artistes, il y en a à la tonne aussi! Et le projet de Julie Chandonnet et Karine Riley, vous en avez entendu parler? Et les défis #MathPourVrai sur Twitter? Donner de la couleur à l’école et transmettre aux jeunes la passion de la création La créativité, c’est aussi faire beaucoup avec peu dans les classes. Et cette créativité, elle saura se transmettre à nos élèves.

Shotcut - Un éditeur vidéo libre. Shotcut est un éditeur et un encodeur vidéo 100% libre qui propose pas mal de fonctionnalités sympas malgré son look très soviétique. Vous pouvez découper et monter votre vidéo comme bon vous semble, ajouter des effets (audio et vidéo), la désinterlacer, corriger les contrastes, la luminosité, les couleurs, régler la balance des blancs...etc. Shotcut supporte de nombreux formats vidéos (y compris 4K), sait gérer les marqueurs de section pour faciliter vos découpes et permet de faire du traitement à la chaine (batch). Vous pouvez aussi contrôler la vitesse et le sens de lecture au clavier ainsi que glisser-déposer des fichiers directement dans l'interface. En gros, il fait tout ce que fait un bon éditeur vidéo en gratuit, avec les sources disponibles.

Je vous ajoute la liste exhaustive de ses fonctionnalités : Vous pouvez télécharger Shotcut ici pour Windows, OSX et Linux. Rejoignez les 58087 korbenautes et réveillez le bidouilleur qui est en vous. SymbioCity. Arts plastiques - InSitu - peinture sans trace. La pratique des élèves, les compétences observées. La classe se lance dans diverses expérimentations. Certains travaillent la matière picturale avec de gros pinceaux ou avec leurs doigts, d'autres préfèrent se raccrocher à des techniques plus familières, telles que le pastel ou l'aquarelle.Quelques groupes décident de travailler comme Lichtenstein et choisissent d'utiliser de l'adhésif et des grilles de métal trouées en guise de pochoirs. La verbalisation, temps de l'évaluation formative.

Les élèves répertorient les stratégies déployées autour des termes d'empâtements, d'aplats, d'estompage, d'effacement. On rappelle les termes de contour, de surface, de touche.La question de la présentation se substitue ainsi à celle de la représentation. En effet, l'incitation a amené les élèves à moins s'attacher à la fidélité de l'image qu'à son traitement, contrairement à la séance précédente. Pour conclure avant d'envisager un prolongement. Arts plastiques - InSitu - forme simple ? L'exposition FORMES SIMPLES du Centre Pompidou-Metz et de la Fondation d'entreprise Hermès élargit le champ des références disciplinaires et ancre la leçon dans une recherche artistique actualisée.

Pour approfondir la réflexion et offrir un autre regard, le catalogue est mis en consultation dans la classe. Le passage du XIXe au XX siècle est une période de redécouverte du vocabulaire de l'épure, au travers des grandes expositions universelles qui présentent un nouveau répertoire de formes, dont la simplicité va captiver les artistes et révolutionner le projet moderne. Celles-ci introduisent, dans l'évolution de l'art moderne, à la fois une alternative à l'éloquence du corps et l'hypothèse d'un universalisme des formes. À cette époque, les débats qui naissent en physique, mathématique, phénoménologie, biologie et esthétique ont des conséquences majeures sur la mécanique, l'industrie, l'architecture et l'art en général. En Russie, l’art victime des extrémistes orthodoxes. L’alerte a été donnée mercredi 26 août par un historien, Dmitri Bratkine, sur son blog. « Aujourd’hui, à 15 heures, un ouvrier s’est penché et toc-toc-toc… » Plus de Méphistophélès.

La statue buste du prince de l’enfer, accoudée au fronton d’un immeuble de Saint-Pétersbourg, classé monument historique, a disparu. Quoique en mauvais état et passablement délabré, le bâtiment de six étages était censé être intouchable. Construit en 1910-1911, il avait été érigé quelques années après que Fédor Chaliapine, le grand chanteur russe d’opéra, eut interprété avec succès Méphistophélès à la Scala de Milan.

Dans l’ex-capitale impériale russe, surnommée parfois la « Palmyre du nord », les réactions ont été immédiates. « Bonjour l’Etat islamique ! Quand la science s’allie à l’esthétique : au cœur d’un frein en carbone. eVa's portation. Annoyed When People Talk About White Male Privilege Or Whatever? Think They're Trying To Guilt You? The term "privilege" is loaded for some people. I get it — it can cause feelings of guilt over something that isn't a favor you asked for. But what I LOVE about this series of posters from the University of San Francisco is showing that what's necessary isn't guilt, but simply awareness.

We didn't make the world this way, but we don't have to sit back and just be passive beneficiaries of inherent inequities, either. Just by being aware, you can start to make the world a tiny bit more just. Here are six types of privilege to be aware of and a little primer on what that means. First, let's all agree that feelings of guilt aren't productive. Click image to Zoom When we get to the root of the privilege concept, here's what it is. There's the privilege of never having to think twice about doing something requiring unfettered physical mobility. (Lone Mountain is a USF building atop a large hill with lots and lots of stairs.) There are the built-in perks of being part of a religious cultural norm. 30+ Examples of Christian Privilege. The Difference Between Cultural Exchange and Cultural Appropriation. Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person...

Years ago, some feminist on the internet told me I was "Privileged. " "THE FUCK!?!? " I said. I came from the kind of Poor that people don't want to believe still exists in this country. Have you ever spent a frigid northern Illinois winter without heat or running water? I have. So when that feminist told me I had "white privilege," I told her that my white skin didn't do shit to prevent me from experiencing poverty.

After one reads McIntosh's powerful essay, it's impossible to deny that being born with white skin in America affords people certain unearned privileges in life that people of another skin color simple are not afforded. "I can turn on the television or open to the front page of the paper and see people of my race widely represented. "" If you read through the rest of the list, you can see how white people and people of color experience the world in two very different ways. I do understand McIntosh's essay may rub some people the wrong way. 101 Everyday Ways for Men to Be Allies to Women. I’ve considered myself a feminist and male ally to women for quite some time. When I took my first Women’s Studies class two years ago with Professor Denise Witzig, little did I know that it would take me down an unsuspecting, beautiful, and transformative path towards feminism.

Below, I’ve complied a list of 101 everyday ways for men to be allies to women. I must acknowledge that this post was written with cisgender, heterosexual men as a possible, target audience due to the lack of support from this group. However, I feel that many of these points are applicable on a broader scale. If you have suggestions or additions to this list, I’ve included my email at the end of this post. I’m totally open to dialogue. 1. I’m very intentional in making this point first. 2. In order to be a successful ally, you must make a daily effort to understand privilege. 3. Allies are not perfect by any means. 4.

If you’re serious about being an ally, I think this point is somewhat obvious. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Rape Culture At Work: Five Examples Of How Employers Turn Women Into Sex Objects. By Tara Culp-Ressler and Bryce Covert "Rape Culture At Work: Five Examples Of How Employers Turn Women Into Sex Objects" CREDIT: Shutterstock It’s no secret that women face a disproportionate amount of discrimination in the workplace. But the issues that women encounter on the job can run deeper than being unfairly assumed to be less competent or less valuable than their male counterparts. That attitude toward women’s bodies becomes entrenched at an early age, as girls are told what type of clothing is or isn’t appropriate to wear at school so they don’t “distract” the male students. A New Jersey judge ruled that casino waitresses can be fired for gaining weight. Twenty two former cocktail servers sued a popular casino in Atlantic City over a policy that forbids waitresses from gaining more than seven percent of their original body weight.

A widely-used employee training manual tells women how to make sure they don’t lead men on. Www.humanitiescommission.org/_pdf/hss_report.pdf. On the Border - In Focus. The border between the United States and Mexico stretches 3,169 kilometers (1,969 miles), crossing deserts, rivers, towns, and cities from the Pacific to the Gulf of Mexico. Every year, an estimated 350 million people legally cross the border, with another 500,000 entering into the United States illegally. No single barrier stretches across the entire border, instead, it is lined with a patchwork of steel and concrete fences, infrared cameras, sensors, drones, and nearly 20,000 U.S.

Border Patrol agents. As immigrants from Mexico and other Central and South American countries continue to try to find their way into the U.S., Congress is now considering an immigration reform bill called the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013. Portraits Of Transgender Children Reveal “The Person They Feel They Really Are" 11 ways white America avoids taking responsibility for its racism. I am white. I write and teach about what it means to be white in a society that proclaims race meaningless, yet remains deeply divided by race. A fundamental but very challenging part of my work is moving white people from an individual understanding of racism—i.e. only some people are racist and those people are bad—to a structural understanding.

A structural understanding recognizes racism as a default system that institutionalizes an unequal distribution of resources and power between white people and people of color. This system is historic, taken for granted, deeply embedded, and it works to the benefit of whites. The two most effective beliefs that prevent us (whites) from seeing racism as a system are: that racists are bad people and that racism is conscious dislike; if we are well-intended and do not consciously dislike people of color, we cannot be racist. How dare you suggest that I could have said or done something racist! The Rules of Engagement 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Challenging Gender Identity: Biologists Say Gender Expands Across A Spectrum, Rather Than Simply Boy And Girl.

The sex designation of your brain and body may not be as black and white as scientists have believed it to be. Instead gender may fall somewhere on a gray scale. Scientists are trying to unravel the complex biological breakdowns of gender, and as they learn more, it’s becoming more apparent there aren’t just men and women among us. In a comprehensive breakdown published in the journal Nature, geneticists weigh in on the question of gender identity. “The main problem with a strong dichotomy is that there are intermediate cases that push the limits and ask us to figure out exactly where the dividing line is between males and females,” biology sex expert Arthur Arnold at the University of California, Los Angeles, told Nature.

The scientists discovered the XX and XY cells that differentiate between genders can actually behave in different ways. These discoveries question the widely accepted and generally understood genders. The plot thickens for babies born with ambiguous genitalia. Fully Equipped Village Allows Dementia Patients To Lead Normal, Independent Lives. A Dutch village allows patients with dementia to live their lives normally while also receiving proper care. From the outside, Hogewey, located in the Netherlands, seems like any other village. It has a small grocery store, a theater and various restaurants and shops. But its residents all have dementia, and the town itself is actually a care facility. It was created with the aim to offer people with the disease care while giving them autonomy in their lives. Photo Credit: Hans Erkelens/Flickr "Everything is arranged to give all residents all the care they need," Isabel van Zuthem, Hogewey's information officer explained to ABC News back in 2012, "But they feel like they're living a normal life, and that's what we think is very important.

" The community, which is only open to people who have been diagnosed with severe dementia, houses 152 patients in its 23 apartment units, according to Hogewey's website. Racism in real estate: Landlords, redlining, housing values, and discrimination. Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images In 1934, Homer Hoyt wrote a dissertation—“One Hundred Years of Land Values in Chicago: The Relationship of the Growth of Chicago to the Rise of Its Land Values, 1830–1933”—that ranked various races and nationalities by order of “desirability.”

Most desired were the old American stock of Anglo-Saxons and Northern Europeans—English, Germans, Scots, Irish, and Scandinavians—followed by Northern Italians, Czechoslovakians, Polish, Lithuanians, Greeks, “Russian Jews of the lower class,” South Italians, and at the bottom of the list, “Negroes and Mexicans.” Jamelle Bouie is a Slate staff writer covering politics, policy, and race. For whites, there was some flexibility. Journalist Antero Pietila gives a short biography of Hoyt in Not in My Neighborhood: How Bigotry Shaped a Great American City. This is obviously racist, but it’s also unsurprising. As the Hoyt story shows, this discrimination is in the DNA of American real estate. Whites_are_seeking_conversations_about_undoing_racism--with_each_other.

By Carla Murphy Tuesday, December 9 2014, 2:58 PM EST. With the national uproar surrounding the unpunished police killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, some white Americans say they are rethinking the lack of diversity in their lives—and the work they need to do to help create social change that lasts. Take Philadelphia artist Katherine Fritz. In her attempt to understand events in Ferguson, she stumbled upon a 2013 national survey finding that white American social circles tend to be 91 percent white. Intrigued, she tested this finding in her own life.

A self-described liberal who uses the term “micro-aggressions,” she was surprised to find that her social circle is 91.5 percent white. “Whites can live, love, study, work, play and die in segregation,” says “Whiteness Studies” scholar Robin DiAngelo, “and still profess that race has no meaning in their lives.” Intentional conversations about racism—by whites, for whites and not of the KKK variety—are happening across the country.

The Pencilsword: On a plate. The rich get government handouts just like the poor. Here are 10 of them. Ever Been Told to 'Check Your Privilege?' Here's What That Really Means. 40+ Alternatives To Help You Stop Using Ableist, Homophobic, and Racist Phrases. This "Hunger Games" Actress Just Gave The Realest Explanation Of Cultural Appropriation - BuzzFeed News. 30+ Examples of Christian Privilege — Everyday Feminism. That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore (and it’s not because of “political correctness”) How the produce aisle looks to a migrant farmworker. Does Being Vegan Really Help Animals? : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture.

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Qu'est-ce que méditer ? Utopia. Première séance de la classe inversée sur les classes inversées. La ‘Ndrangheta se rebela contra el papa Francisco por la excomunión. LA LUCHA OBRERA EN EL CINE. SINDICALISMO Y DERECHOS DE LOS TRABAJADORES EN LA GRAN PANTALLA. Un tercio de los seminaristas del mundo surgen en los territorios de misión. Interactivo: Creencias y prácticas religiosas en España. Los budistas podrán velar a sus difuntos hasta diez días en tanatorios o templos de culto en España. 'Si eras cristiano te disparaban en el sitio' El papa Francisco asegura que pagar salarios en negro es un "pecado gravísimo" Religión - La mitad de los jóvenes españoles no cree que haya vida después de la muerte. Exorcismos e Iglesia Católica: "La mayoría de los casos son trastornos psiquiátricos"

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