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What if we changed the school? A forum on the school of tomorrow in webcast

On September 24th will take place in Paris the event “What if we change school? », Which we can watch from anywhere in a webcast. Intended for parents as well as education professionals, this meeting will give a voice to the pioneers of the school of tomorrow, to those who, in the field, innovate and experiment to change educational practice.

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On September 24th will take place in Paris the event “What if we change school? », Which we can watch from anywhere in a webcast. Intended for parents as well as education professionals, this meeting will give a voice to the pioneers of the school of tomorrow, to those who, in the field, innovate and experiment to change educational practice.

Never has school been as much of a challenge as it is today, for parents and teachers. The health crisis and its unprecedented episode of confinement have upset the educational model and today raises the question of its necessary transformation. Will we still speak of school in the singular or of pedagogies in the plural? Can we already announce an educational revolution? Can Covid-19 act as an accelerator of change?

In this context, franceinfo, French public information radio, and We Tomorrow, a French journal of journalism, are organizing the event "What if we change school? »Thursday, September 24 at 7:00 p.m. (Paris time), or 1:00 p.m. (Quebec time). Intended for parents as well as education professionals, this meeting gives a voice to the pioneers of the school of tomorrow, to those who, in the field, innovate and experiment to make teaching practice evolve.

It will be possible to attend from anywhere by webcast (streaming) by registering in advance at a cost of 5 euros. For our Parisian readers, it is also possible to reserve a place in the studio at the Maison de la radio, studio 104. All the details here! 

The educational revolution is underway, but how far to go in the transformation?

Reverse class, mutual class, pedagogy through play or scientific approach, peer mediation, alternative school, digital education, neuroeducation ... so many ways to transmit and learn differently. 

The program :

• Will digital education change schools?

Debate between Sophie GUICHARD, associate professor of mathematics, creator of mathenvideo.fr and Michel DESMURGET, Director of research in neurosciences at the CNRS Institute of Cognitive Sciences in Lyon, author of The factory of the digital jerk (ed. of Seuil, 2019).

• A personalized school

With Christian MARÉCHAL, school teacher, educator and trainer of Montessori pedagogy, in charge of the class where The Master is the Child, a film directed by Alexandre Mourot, was filmed in 2017.

• Learn differently

  • Through games with Christelle QUESNE, English teacher who has integrated the escape game into her lessons, creator of a platform for teachers and co-author of Escape game, an innovative educational practice (Canopé ed., 2019) (that we met here) and Aurélia MÉDAN, school teacher, Atelier Canopé digital mediator in Tarbes.
  • Through science with Ange ANSOUR, head of the Les Savanturiers program (that we met here).
  • By the inverted class and the mutual class with Marie SOULIÉ, professor of French in college, follower of the reversed class and Vincent FAILLET, doctoral student in educational sciences, teacher of SVT practicing the mutual class and author of The school metamorphosis. (Publishroom Factory 2020).
  • Pedagogy through nature commented by Aurore BLANQUET, environmental educator and administrator of Graine Bourgogne-Franche-Comté. 
  • Peer mediation against violence with Brigitte LIATARD, co-founder of the MédiActeurs association dedicated to peer mediation in schools.
  • Can neuroscience disrupt learning? Debate between Philippe MEIRIEU, professor emeritus in educational sciences at the University Lumière-Lyon 2, researcher, essayist and author of What school can still do for democracy and Éric GASPAR, professor of mathematics, creator of the Neurosup project and author of Blow up your college score! The Brain and its tricks ... (ed. Belin, 2015).

• Which teachers for tomorrow?

With François TADDEI, co-founder and director of the CRI, Center for Interdisciplinary Research and author of Learning in the 21st Century (ed. Calmann-Levy 2018) (that we met here). 

An event hosted by Armelle Oger, journalist specializing in social facts at We Demain, in charge of education issues and author of numerous essays, and Gilles Halais, journalist at franceinfo.

Registration: All the details here!
Event: September 24 at 7:00 p.m. (Paris time), or 1:00 p.m. (Quebec time).

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