INSEEC U. will partner the future-oriented journal We Demain for a forum on new educational models taking place next December.
The objective: contributing to the development of an educational process and teaching methods adapted to changes in society and proving their relevance at each step of the education value chain.
7 major revolutionary changes have been identified for a School which is:
- Caring and innovative
The input from neurosciences, the way relations between expert/teacher and learner have evolved, the development of peer to peer learning, opening up to innovation from the field
Teaching is increasingly digitalized
The success of the flipped classroom
- “The natural world”
The school is a meadow or a forest: recognizing the value of teaching through nature.
Montessori, Freinet, Steiner, Decroly: alternative educational methods focused on the child and developing his/her autonomy are more and more frequently incorporated into the national education program or implemented outside the classroom in home schooling
Mediation, learning the ability to think critically about news or information, solidarity in collaborative classes, applied and shared democracy; … new directions on teachers’ road maps.
Escape games, role plays : learning better by having fun.
Learning through science, through enterprise, or the indispensable learning by doing”
What if we changed schools?
Tuesday, December 10th, at 7 p.m.
At la Maison de la Radio
For more information, visit : https://www.wedemain.fr/La-revolution-educative-est-en-marche_a4391.html