What role for the teacher after a natural disaster?
Health and natural disasters follow one another over time. The strength of human beings lies in their ability to rebuild after disasters. To achieve this, everyone must do their part, including teachers. They have an essential role as trusted adults to whom young people can communicate their emotions. They can also use the events to teach them about natural phenomena, among other things.
The return of eloquence in schools
Eloquence is slowly coming back to school. If for years, it had been put aside, it seems that the school environment understands that the adults of tomorrow will need to know how to talk to others and convince them.
Speak with your mouth full, but in a foreign language
Because it evokes conviviality, hospitality, and exchange, but also because it requires coordination and following instructions, cooking is a particularly rich space for communication. Language teachers have understood this. It is a useful recipe for working on grammar and vocabulary. But cooking also provides an opportunity to address a whole cultural component: lifestyles, geography, agriculture, family organizations,...
Educational scripting, part 5: evaluation
To conclude our series of articles on pedagogical scripting, this week we will discuss assessment. It can take various forms in a distance learning device.