Apprendre autrement avec la p dagogie positive
Votre enfant a des difficultés pour se concentrer et retenir ses leçons ? Vous en avez assez des "crises de tête" qui finissent en pleurs ? Vous rêvez de faire rimer travail scolaire avec plaisir, découverte et réussite ? La Pédagogie positive est faite pour vous. Facile à mettre en oeuvre, cette pédagogie offre une démarche pour apprendre à apprendre, mémoriser, comprendre et structurer... Elle aide les enfants à retrouver le goût de faire leurs devoirs et les ados à adopter une méthode de travail efficace grâce à des outils innovants et simples tels que le Mind Mapping, la gestion mentale... Dans cet ouvrage gaiement illustré, les auteures, psychologues spécialistes de l'éducation, réhabilitent le questionnement et la curiosité des enfants de la maternelle à la fin de leurs études et redonnent confiance aux adultes qui les accompagnent. Leur mission est de révolutionner les méthodes d'apprentissage pour permettre à chacun de réveiller son profond désir d'apprendre, dans la joie et la bonne humeur !
The Glass Transition
Describes and interrelates the following processes: cooperative alpha processes in a cold liquid, structural relaxation in the glass near Tg, the Johari-Goldstein beta process, the Williams-Götze process in a warm liquid, fast nonactivated cage rattling and boson peak, and ultraslow Fischer modes.
Your Guide to a Happier Family
Award-winning experts Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish explain the countless ways the use of language can build self-esteem, inspire confidence and encourage responsibility. With easy to follow examples and case studies, they'll show you how to take simple effect steps that will change the mood in your home and empower children in unexpected ways. Of mishaps: Instead of 'Now look what you did!' try 'The milk spilled. We need a sponge.' Of misbehaviour: Instead of 'Bad boy! No more crayons for you!' try 'Walls are not for writing on. Paper is for writing on.' Of feelings: Instead of 'Stop crying. It's only a scratch!' try 'A scratch can hurt.' Full of humanity and wisdom, this is an invaluable guide to bringing out the best in relationships between parents and children.
The Art of Explanation
Your guide to becoming an explanation specialist. You've done the hard work. Your product or service works beautifully - but something is missing. People just don't see the big idea - and it's keeping you from being successful. Your idea has an explanation problem. The Art of Explanation is for business people, educators and influencers who want to improve their explanation skills and start solving explanation problems. Author Lee LeFever is the founder of Common Craft, a company known around the world for making complex ideas easy to understand through short animated videos. He is your guide to helping audiences fall in love with your ideas, products or services through better explanations in any medium. You will learn to: Plan: Learn explanation basics, what causes them to fail and how to diagnose explanation problems. Package: Using simple elements, create an explanation strategy that builds confidence and motivates your audience. Present: Produce remarkable explanations with visuals and media. The Art of Explanation is your invitation to become an explanation specialist and see why explanation is now a fundamental skill for professionals.
Routines and Transitions
In early childhood settings, children spend much of their time handwashing, dressing, napping, and on other routines and transitions. Turn these routine daily activities into learning experiences. By using transitions wisely, you not only help children develop skills but also run a more efficient, calm program environment. In addition to discussions on developmental issues, environments, educational values, and hygiene, this book includes examples of games and rhymes that help children accomplish daily transitions with ease. Not just another activity book, Routines and Transitions is the most comprehensive review of current theory and practice in this area; an excellent introduction and training manual for new child care staff; and an in-depth refresher course with new insights for experienced caregivers.
In his groundbreaking work on modern family life, Amoris Laetitia: On Love in the Family, Pope Francis continues to guide and lead the Church, calling us to be a sign of mercy and encouragement for families of all shapes and sizes.
Buzan s Study Skills
Uses revolutionary techniques to enhance memory and brain power, so readers will find everything they need to maximise their success in studies and exams.
The Memory Book
This extraordinary book will start you off on what will be the most exciting intellectual adventure of your life and will provide immediate and compelling proof that your memory can easily and successfully become supercharged! The Memory Book will introduce you to advanced memory techniques, which when combined with the simultaneous development of all your senses, will blast your memory capability into the stratosphere. Imagine your life with a memory that can easily and perfectly learn and recall lists of 10 to 10,000 objects; where you know the name of every bone and muscle in your body; every element on the periodic table and its associated number; the location and capital city of every country in the world. The list of things you could know and learn, just like the capability of your memory, is endless and inexhaustible. The Memory Book is- * *The ultimate guide to mastering your memory. *Written by the master of memory and the brain, Tony Buzan. *A fully revised and updated, new edition of a book that has already sold hundreds of thousands of copies around the world. *A serious memory improvement book for those serious about improving their memory. *The perfect book for a society obsessed with brain training and mitigating debilitating and degenerative mental disease. *A satisfying and hugely rewarding personal challenge - the opportunity to become a one-in-a-million memory master. *As well as dramatically improving your ability to remember, you'll increase your IQ, think more creatively and imaginatively, and, in turn, achieve greater success in all areas of your life. *Used to remember names, dates, numbers, speeches, whole books - anything.
How Children Learn at Home
In his Educating Children at Home, Alan Thomas found that many home educating families chose or gravitated towards an informal style of education, radically different from that found in schools. Such learning, also described as unschooling, natural or autonomous, takes place without most of the features considered essential for learning in school. At home there is no curriculum or sequential teaching, nor are there any lessons, textbooks, requirements for written work, practice exercises, marking or testing. But how can children who learn in this way actually achieve an education on a par with what schools offer? In this new research, Alan Thomas and Harriet Pattison seek to explain the efficacy of this alternative pedagogy through the experiences of families who have chosen to educate their children informally. Based on interviews and extended examples of learning at home the authors explore: - the scope for informal learning within children's everyday lives - the informal acquisition of literacy and numeracy - the role of parents and others in informal learning - how children proactively develop their own learning agendas. Their investigation provides not only an insight into the powerful and effective nature of informal learning but also presents some fundamental challenges to many of the assumptions underpinning educational theory. This book will be of interest to education practitioners, researchers and all parents, whether their children are in or out of school, offering as it does fascinating insights into the nature of children's learning.