Echange sur l’école avec Elodie Garçon

Hier, j’ai échangé avec Elodie Garçon via Zoom et nous avons discuté de sujets d’éducation ensemble. Nous partageons ici cinq clips vidéos avec vous. Elodie Garçon est enseignante titulaire certifiée dans l’enseignement secondaire, intervenante à l’IUT de Montpellier-Sète et animatrice de formations auprès d’enseignants du 1er et 2nd degrés dans le bassin de Montpellier sur … Continue reading Echange sur l’école avec Elodie Garçon

Teaching intelligent disobedience

Please watch this video and share. It is so important to remember to teach our children intelligent disobedience. Children need to have the strategies to say NO!

Authentic learning opportunities are everywhere!

Whether children are unschooled, homeschooled, on holidays, doing distance learning…. or not, they all have plenty of learning opportunities around them. What do you see? According to you, what learnings might occur just by engaging children in cooking? What might children UNDERSTAND (concepts) and be able to DO (skills)?


What is the difference between Inter / Trans / Multi / -disciplinary? In their article “Multidisciplinarity, interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity in health research, services, education and policy: 1. Definitions, objectives, and evidence of effectiveness “, Choi and Pak (2006) share analogies for the different terms and I found this so easy to understand and remember: Interdisciplinary is a … Continue reading Inter-Trans-Multi-Disciplinary…

My experience with CBE

My experience in personalizing learning through the use of Competency Based Education (CBE) revolves around knowing my student’s learner profile (strengths, interests, aspirations, needs, IEP if any, and any relevant standardized test scores), being flexible with their learning pace (some learners are engaged in completely different tasks within the same class), and collecting learning evidence … Continue reading My experience with CBE