Technology, what recipe for a "new normal" in education?
Technology is a powerful tool for transformation, but only under certain conditions: a common and shared vision among all the actors involved is undoubtedly a good starting point. A recent report compares different educational reforms in the digital domain and illustrates the points of convergence and the specificities of each experience. Each country has its own specific trajectories, in which technology is not the only determining factor of success.
Rester en vie - Staying alive [Thesis]
Cardiac arrest is a critical situation. Three minutes are enough to cause irreparable after-effects and a few more to cause death. Having the right reflexes and not panicking is difficult, especially when it is the first time that one faces the situation. In France, public health programs provide first aid training. Are these programs optimal? Let's find out together with Cédric Damm's thesis.
These Congolese who dream of space
Is space only for the superpowers? For the moment, it seems so. Nevertheless, this does not prevent other nations from contemplating the firmament and hoping to leave their mark. In the Democratic Republic of Congo, a dozen confirmed and future engineers are working on a rocket.
From caterpillar to butterfly, Ephemeral Formations
Regeneration Matrix Group's ephemeral trainings on Whatsapp, a frugal way to teach essential subjects to communities in Francophone Africa that don't have access to a computer. A 4-year collaborative effort for large communities. But this is just the first step in the simple, frugal caterpillar to help the many. Ephemeral trainings, a track for the trainings of tomorrow.
The Japanese lesson in learning
Learning ideas from the Island of the Rising Sun. One of the most inspiring contributions certainly lies in the work of Ikujiro Nonaka and Hirotaka Takeuchi on the learning organization and the knowledge spiral between tacit and explicit knowledge. The Japanese economic miracle owes much to a significant investment in education and research...