The TREIS in Daoulas (Finistere) MAGNAN, Place de la Gare, Sousse (Tunisia) BELGIUM R.

FAURE (d ° ) Ms. GARMY in Sentenac by Vicdessos (Ariege) DUNAND at Praz-sur-Arly (Haute-Savoie). The TREIS in Daoulas (Finistere) MAGNAN, Place de la Gare, Sousse (Tunisia) BELGIUM R. VAN MEER, dir. School Street Prosperity, Brussels HAVAUX professor 4th degree, Pastures (Hainaut) Wouters, 40, Cedar Avenue, Antwerp SWITZERLAND A. BERBERAT, stand 76 in Biel SPAIN MANUEL J. CLUET, Apartado 961, Madrid Not shown on the list of members ‘branded’ which non-practitioners, however, following the experience and monitor the implementation in experimental classes under their authority: A. Ferriere, who first encouraged him to continue Freinet pedagogical research the spirit that had prompted the initiative.

Fernand Catlier, director of the Ecole Normale de Mirecourt (Vosges). Mr. Bourjade, Professor of Education at the University of Lyon. Mr. Ed. Locard, lecturer of psychology at the Faculty of Lyon We quote some pedagogical appreciation lines of these benevolent authorities had regard to the advantages of the technique of printing at the School. “You can in any case say that the experiment attempted to annex school Mirecourt allowed us to already see the following results: improvement in attention, increased dexterity and manual skill, rapid progress spelling and french, consistent application of active and playful methods, child labor in joy: your idea is, in my opinion, a great idea for transforming some of our methods of education. “Fernand CATTIER Director of the Ecole Normale de Mirecourt (Vosges)” First of all, I see the advantage of actively involving children in education.

The system that is to do their printing as texts of their own, chosen by them, is excellent. The exchange of books between different classes who practice this teaching is also very profitable. But mostly this method confirms its superiority regarding spelling. The direct teaching of spelling by dictation gives only very poor and very precarious results. On the contrary, here the child is forced to manually enter in the composition of the word: he knows that the other costs a mistake.

This superiority was made very clear at the meeting of the Binet Company (given by Bouchard in Lyon). Although we do let’s still in the trial period, it would be highly desirable that this experience be extended. “M BOURJADE Professor of Science Education at the Faculty of Arts of Lyon ***” The child wins this work, first of manual dexterity and quick knowledge, very safe and well fixed spelling. Finally, the moral point of view, this is the best exercises to gain attention.

Not here theoretical assessments. Facts alone consider a teaching method. However, in practice, children who use the Printing at the School marked a considerable advance in the knowledge of spelling, it is hoped that the use of this method is spreading, especially since the acquisition of material is very inexpensive. “Ed.

LOCARD Lecturer in the Schoolboy Psychology at the Faculty of Arts of Lyon. *** It is surprising today to see ticking the great interest aroused at the time, Freinet pedagogy, not only in teaching but also in the general public. Who would doubt, here remuneration educational periodicals, social and political, which took into consideration the educational experiences of the brave little phalanx of primary educators concerned more than any other of the future of public schools: Civic Progress (Paul Aliard) – the French impartial – the Emancipated School # 24 – to the New Era March (A.

Ferriere) – the proletarian Revolution (B. Giauffret) – social work, Besancon (Herard) – Review Education – the Public Education – Education News April (Mrs. Gueritte) – Le Petit Nice (Issautier) – the humble January (Wullens) – the free idea, April (Lorulot) – the Belgian star, 19 ° bull, teaching the cir. of Cotte (J. Vidal) – Trade union bulletins, Finistere (Daniel) – Action unionist PO (Combeau) – The corporate action of SO (Bordes) – SN Bulletin (Mr. and Ms.

Hoffmann) – Our Weapon (A.- M.) Aicard – International Bureau of Education (Geneva) – The route of Education (Karkov) November numbers and December. – Leaves opinion of Neufchatel (A. Ferriere) -El Magistero Taraconense (Spain) (H. Cassassas) – El Ideal de Granada (G. Martin) – El electricitas (Mr.

Cluet) do my homework do my homework
– Spanish El Magistero, number 4 13 and 25 January (Mr. Cluet). The Printing at the School, April 4, 1927 This gives an idea proud of the initiative of the first propagandists eager to sow to the wind and the good seed selected with such care. That could give us regret relatively happy time when the press was still in wait of discovery in his most humble and honored forms of objective truth his testimonies.

What had to his credit this team of pioneering educators and hold the attention of curious minds seeking information? It was, in fact, already, and specified the Freinet “the triumph of the custom Active School in the tangle of forces that are formed at the meeting point of the individual and the social.” Part of the base was, to repeat – because it will then win the Freinet – the start of the renovation of teaching liberating techniques, used in a spirit of freedom and for purposes of permanent emancipation of the child and the teacher.

Of these assets we are still living, since they still constitute the bulk of our practice-oriented teaching. At Tours in 1927, Congress was already on the agenda and the prospects warm discussions, these stones angles become monument – printing at the school and the free text, – the school newspaper – the global natural reading – interschool exchanges (printed matter, newspapers, letters, parcels), – the living calculation – natural interests, – surveys, – linocut and different illustrative techniques – free drawing – cinema, – La Gerbe – extracts the Gerbe Each member forced herself to experience all these techniques in mind that determined the use and efficiency.

What approaches ensured the efficiency and propaganda? An organization liaison and assistance is needed from itself: cooperation. Cooperation sticking immediately the sharing of material goods for the simple purpose of efficiency and profit.

A cooperation that unites its members in mind as sacred guilds of the Middle Ages established in corporations. It is through multiple circular (typed on old typewriter Mignon) and which follow one another at an accelerated pace Freinet takes stock of the new school practice. Profuse correspondence, impatient, binds constantly companions to master for personal information, advice, calls for help.

So will establishing the most beneficial and most natural cooperatives pedagogies in this evocative word will prepare the largest international educational movement of the modern news. In April 1927, the publication of the magazine L’Imprimerie at the School, mutual aid cooperative, will reduce the number of circular and give more weight to the contribution of the members. She even easier propaganda while strengthening the unity of the team at work.

But it will have the “small inconvenience,” said Freinet, encumber somewhat the budget of the cooperative, which will delay every month regular constitution of the association. In Circular No. 6 in 1926 Freinet wrote: “There will still think about the legal constitution of our Cooperative. It’s quite tricky.

I hesitate because of eight or nine hundred francs costs that constitution. “Happy days when cooperators, devoted body and soul to their work, do not even bother to make it a headquarters! After Tours, reads the 7 of printing at the School; “Despite the difficulties of organizing our cooperative, we believe lead shortly.

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