Puzzle classes to integrate minorities in schools
When the laws of racial segregation disappeared in the United States, social homogenization did not take place as easily as hoped, especially in schools. An American pedagogue then imagined a new way of organizing learning, breaking radically with the competitive practices in force at the time. His method is still relevant in increasingly heterogeneous school environments.
Internet research: the order of the process and the intelligence of the students
The intelligence of the students in relation to the interest of the teacher.
There are only advantages to having an excellent memory.... like the web. You might as well take advantage of it.
The Iced School of Perseverance
Perseverance in the face of difficulties seems to be largely due to the impression of progressing thanks to one's own value, hence the importance for facilitators of knowing how to withdraw and let this value express itself, or at least give the impression of it. On what else can we build our confidence?
Pedagogical metaphors, orientation of meaning
When we talk about "the information superhighway", we see the uninterrupted flow of light and the imaginary regulation of traffic on the Internet. 9 functions of the metaphor to facilitate learning
Start a lesson with a test on the previous lesson: much better for retention!
In distance learning, it could be better to place small tests not at the end of a lesson, but at the beginning of the next one...