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Sir Ken Robinson - RSA Animate - Changing Education Paradigms VOST FRENCH. Telefonplan | Bilingual School | Vittra International | Hägersten. L'école réinventée | Emilie Laperrière, collaboration spéciale | Société. Vittra, qui gère une trentaine d'écoles en Suède, a voulu repenser ce que devait être l'école d'aujourd'hui. Adieu, bureaux et tableau noir. L'école est plutôt traversée par de grands espaces colorés, avec différents lieux pour étudier. «Leur philosophie permet aux enfants d'être activement engagés dans leur apprentissage, explique Rosan Bosch, architecte du projet.

Chaque enfant est différent. Certains travaillent mieux en groupe, d'autres préfèrent étudier individuellement dans un environnement isolé. Ici, les enfants ont la liberté de choisir le cadre dans lequel ils se sentent le plus à l'aise, plutôt que d'être coincés dans des classes traditionnelles.» Un environnement ludique Ce ne sont d'ailleurs pas les espaces créatifs qui manquent à l'école Telefonplan! «Le village, avec ses petites maisons, est idéal pour les projets de groupe, ajoute Rosan Bosch. À la fine pointe Le design intérieur de l'école intègre la technologie, qui est au coeur de la pédagogie de l'établissement. Peer-to-Peer Learning Handbook | Peeragogy.org.

The 3Cs of Knowledge Sharing. David J. Skyrme One of the challenges of knowledge management is that of getting people to share their knowledge. Why should people give up their hard-won knowledge, when it is one of their key sources of personal advantage? In some organizations, sharing is natural. In others the old dictum "knowledge is power" reigns. In this article we explore some of the barriers and offers some pointers to overcoming them. Why Don't People Share? Some of the common reasons given by those I meet and in helpful articles and books (see, for example, the section on psychological obstacles in reference 1 or "the impediments" in reference 2) are: "Knowledge is power" - but how true is this really?

Other barriers cited by experts include functional silos, individualism, poor means of knowledge capture, inadequate technology, internal competition and top-down decision making. How can we overcome such barriers? Changing Culture Culture change is never easy and takes time. Challenging Through Co-opetition 1. 2. Reggio Emilia approach. The Reggio Emilia Approach is an educational philosophy focused on preschool and primary education. It was developed by Loris Malaguzzi, who was a teacher himself, and the parents of the villages around Reggio Emilia in Italy after World War II. After such a great and destructive event, people believed that children were in need of a new way of learning: the assumption was that people form their own personality during early years of development and, moreover, that children are endowed with a hundred languages. The aim of this approach is teaching how to make them useful in everyday life.

The program is based on the principles of respect, responsibility, and community through exploration and discovery in a supportive and enriching environment based on the interests of the children through a self-guided curriculum. History[edit] In February 2006, the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre opened. Philosophy[edit] The Reggio Emilia philosophy is based upon the following set of principles: Emilia Reggio. Bonjour à toutes (et tous) Au cours de mes pérégrinations sur le Net je suis tombée sur cet étrange nom : Emilia Reggio...

Habituée des Maria Montessori, Charlotte Mason, Augustin Freinet et autres géniaux pédagogues, j'ai pensé trouver une nouvelle personnalité... Surprise ! Emila Reggio est un village italien, mais un village vraiment... particulier ! Une belle découverte pour moi... et peut-être pour vous :) Les informations sont tirées de ce site : Loris Malaguzzi était le fondateur de l'école municipale pour les jeunes enfants de Reggio Emilia, en Italie.Quelques jours seulement après la seconde guerre mondiale Malaguzzi a commencé le processus d'aide à la reconstruction des écoles de Reggio Emilia, brique par brique.

Reggio Emilia, est devenu un centre international dédié à la mémoire de Loris Malaguzzi, accueillant les éducateurs du monde entier pour se renseigner sur les écoles et la philosophie de Reggio Emilia. Les clés du concept : * L'enfant en tant que protagoniste. The child. What if we trusted you?: Jerry Michalski at TEDxCopenhagen 2012. The learning lab. Sir Ken Robinson: Bring on the learning revolution! Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity? Order and Chaos. Slow Education | Slow Education: Deeper Learning… SLOW SCHOOLS MEAN DEEP LEARNING by Professor Maurice Holt Despite a huge investment in tests, initiatives, and political aspirations, the English education system fails to inspire confidence. Those of us who advocate slow education believe it is the actual process of schooling that matters – not the invention of more ways of inspecting and assessing, or more types of schools.

These are all blunt instruments. Slow education is... Read more » ‘Campbell’s Law: the unintended consequences of the school testing regime’. Most of us have heard of ‘Peter’s Principle’ (“Employees tend to rise to their level of incompetence”) and ‘Parkinson’s Law’ (‘Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion’). Read more » Slow Education – a personal experience. During the academic year 2009-10, I had the opportunity of leading on a school project in collaboration with Creative Partnerships. Read more » To Assess Is One Thing: To Understand Is Quite Another. Read more » Arriving at St.