When organizing the structure of learning environnements, you’re always brought back to the basic founding which are the learning outcomes defined in the curriculum. An important difference found in terms of how learning outcomes are formulated between various written curricula analysed concerns the degree of specificity and simplicity. This characteristic is known as ‘granularity’, and... Continue Reading →

After a lot of discussions around the notions around adaptiveness,  I’m still confused, but certainly at a higher level. Therefore I would like to try to try to precise what, for me, after all these discussions, the notion about “adaptive …” means and see if this gets us to a point where we could all agree... Continue Reading →

I've been working lately on learning modules for the online learning platform MathemaTIC where we develop coherent learning arrangements for mathematical content. MathemaTIC has the ambitious aim of using technology to offer a relatively “language-free” solution to raise attainment in numeracy while simultaneously enabling teachers to better support the learning needs of an increasingly heterogeneous classroom of 10-11... Continue Reading →

Infographie basée sur un article de Stanislas Dehaene qui précise les quatre facteurs principaux de réussite d’un apprentissage, identifiés par les sciecnes cognitives : l’attention, l’engagement actif, le retour d’information, et enfin, la consolidation.  

International Jazz Day April 30, 2016 at the White House – Awesome !!!

https://youtu.be/GsmnWg0pneY Jazz is an expression of creativity and diversity Jazz breaks down barriers and creates opportunities for mutual understanding and tolerance; Jazz is a vector of freedom of expression; Jazz is a symbol of unity and peace; Jazz reduces tensions between individuals, groups, and communities; Jazz fosters gender equality Jazz reinforces the role youth play... Continue Reading →

A talk about mathematics and sex and other mathematical meanderings involving equations for hormonal love rushes or for knowing when might be a good time to stop playing the field, as well as what brought a mathematician to that point. Mathematics and sex are deeply intertwined. From using mathematics to reveal patterns in our sex... Continue Reading →

“Le pire de tout, c’est d’avoir fait des écoles, des lieux où on est en compétition les uns contre les autres” – Albert Jacquard

https://youtu.be/9v9updAv018 Moi ce qui me semble par exemple monstrueux c’est de penser que l’on a pris comme moteur de notre société occidentale, la compétition; faut être meilleur que l’autre, faut passer devant l’autre, mais pour devenir moi j’ai besoin du regard de l’autre, j’ai besoin de tisser des liens avec lui, dès que je suis... Continue Reading →

Les compétences transversales sont structurées en 4 domaines qui sont précisées à l’aide de savoir-faire à acquérir et d’outil à maîtriser. L’utilisation de technologies de l’information et de la communication sous-tend toutes les situations d’apprentissage qui seront mises en œuvre pour permettre aux apprenants de s’approprier les techniques et les outils y liées. Des exemples... Continue Reading →

This one is very easy and quickly done Ingredients : any vegetables you like - here i took and prepared in cut into brunoise red sweet pepper carrots courgette ½ eggplant some green beans --> some oil and ghee into a heated pan adding 1 chopped onion 1 clove of garlic, chopped 2 small tumeric or curcuma (beware of... Continue Reading →

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