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“You’re Too Smart to be a Teacher!” I’m sure this post will make some people mad, but I had strong feelings about assistant professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education Jal Mehta’s op-ed published by The New York Times today.

“You’re Too Smart to be a Teacher!”

I don’t agree with most of what he said, but this part struck a chord with me: In the nations that lead the international rankings — Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Finland, Canada — teachers are drawn from the top third of college graduates, rather than the bottom 60 percent as is the case in the United States. Diverses approches pédagogiques. L'enseignement stratégique Définition tirée du document "Je remplace avec classe " Pour un e nseignement stratégique La pédagogie différenciée. Le cours magistral enrichi, pour un enseignement traditionnel plus interactif. Faut-il supprimer les cours magistraux, ou au contraire les considérer comme la plus parfaite des méthodes de transmission des savoirs ?

Le cours magistral enrichi, pour un enseignement traditionnel plus interactif

Vieux débat jamais épuisé qui agite le monde de l'enseignement, surtout en cette ère des technologies de l'information et de la communication. Ces technologies impactant le rapport au savoir, modifient par voie de conséquence les perceptions que les acteurs de la relation éducative ont les uns sur les autres. Antoine Prost: changeons l'école, en douceur.

Programme de formation

GanttProject: Home. 1. e-formation / e-learning — Éducnet. Accueil. ABC du management de projets - Cours de gestion de projet. Time to Get Serious About Creativity in the Classroom. They push back against any perceived technology-for-technology's-sake thinking, and they refuse to let go of the kinesthetic components of art -- the feel of stick charcoal or of a gum eraser.

Time to Get Serious About Creativity in the Classroom

At the bottom of it all, I like to believe that humane creativity is their business. A few weeks back, I was engaged in a discussion with a group of teachers on how to better support the development of creative minds. I said something about the art room being a creative place when an elementary art teacher spoke up and said that it can be, depending on the teacher's approach.