L Intelligence du coeur
Après le règne du Q.I, on découvre aujourd'hui l'importance des émotions, essentielles pour communiquer et convaincre. L'intelligence du coeur fait toute la différence. Anxiété, honte, dépression, violence et solitude... Et si tous ces maux avaient une cause commune ? Et s'il y avait une alternative aux comprimés, tablettes et gélules que nous consommons pour nous calmer, nous aider à dormir, nous mettre du baume au coeur ? A l'école, on enseigne l'histoire, la géographie, les mathématiques et qu'apprend-on sur l'affectivité ? Ne serait-il pas aussi utile d'avoir quelques notions sur les étapes du deuil, la colère et la résolution non-violente des conflits que de savoir par coeur 1515 Marignan ? Il est temps de mieux comprendre nos émotions pour les gérer efficacement. L'urgence est affective. Aujourd'hui, compétences techniques et QI élevé ne sont plus insuffisants pour réussir. La confiance en soi, la créativité, l'aisance relationnelle et l'autonomie font la différence. Dynamiques de réseaux, interdépendance, le défi du millénaire nouveau qui s'avance est celui de la coopération. L'intelligence du coeur, intelligence relationnelle et émotionnelle, est l'intelligence de demain. Isabelle Filliozat est psychothérapeute. Certifiée clinicienne en analyse transactionnelle et maître praticien en programmation-neurolinguistique, elle travaille sur les émotions depuis une vingtaine d'années.
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Pedagogy and ICT Use in Schools around the World
How is information and communication technology (ICT) changing teaching and learning practices in secondary schools worldwide in the 21st century? This is the central question addressed by researchers involved in the series of surveys comprising the Second Information Technology in EducationStudy (SITES ). The question is a multifaceted one, with each facet raising additionalq uestions relating to both theory and practice. These include the following: • What traditional and new pedagogiesare evident in the 21st century? • What is the role of ICT in the teaching and learning process? • What ICT infrastructure is available in schools? • How can teachers and their administrators be prepared for effective practice? • How have these conditions and considerations changed since the first SITES survey in 1998? • What are the trends within and between national education systems? • What do the differences and similarities between these systems suggest? • How shouldchange be promoted in education in order to support teachers in their work? • Is there evidence that key strategic factors commonly found in ICT related educational policies do influence teachers’ pedagogical use of ICT? Because these questions are interconnected, the SITES 2006 researchers recognized that if we are to make sense of changes in pedagogical practicesas a result of IC T use, then we need to view those practices in terms of the interacting layers in the 22 education systems surveyed.
Developing intercultural competence through education Pestalozzi series No 3
This is the third book in the Pestalozzi series. The first, Teacher education for change, dealt with the underlying philosophy of the Pestalozzi Programme and its approach to education in general and teacher education in particular. The second Intercultural competence for all, looked at the various implications of promoting the development of intercultural competence as a main concern of mainstream education. This work takes a step further towards the full integration of intercultural competences as a key element within the education system. It aims at offering an educational rationale and conceptual framework for the development of intercultural competence, as well as a clear description of its constitutive elements to be developed in and through education.
Freedom to Learn
This text focuses on issues of importance in learning: learning from children who love school; researching person-centred issues; developing the administrator's role as facilitator; building discipline and classroom management with the learner; and person-
Today’s busier, faster society is waging an undeclared war on childhood. With too much stuff, too many choices, and too little time, children can become anxious, have trouble with friends and school, or even be diagnosed with behavioral problems. Now internationally renowned family consultant Kim John Payne helps parents reclaim for their children the space and freedom that all kids need for their attention to deepen and their individuality to flourish. Simplicity Parenting offers inspiration, ideas, and a blueprint for change: • Streamline your home environment. Reduce the amount of toys, books, and clutter—as well as the lights, sounds, and general sensory overload. • Establish rhythms and rituals. Discover ways to ease daily tensions, create battle-free mealtimes and bedtimes, and tell if your child is overwhelmed. • Schedule a break in the schedule. Establish intervals of calm and connection in your child’s daily torrent of constant doing. • Scale back on media and parental involvement. Manage your children’s “screen time” to limit the endless deluge of information and stimulation. A manifesto for protecting the grace of childhood, Simplicity Parenting is an eloquent guide to bringing new rhythms to bear on the lifelong art of raising children.
The Greatest Secret in the World
What is 'the greatest secret in the world'? You won't discover it, although it's spelled out for you, unless you give yourself completely to this book and let its message change your life...for the better.
Free to succeed . . . Whether in troubled economic times or during years of prosperity, there is a proven way for companies to boost productivity, profits, and growth. Remarkably, it costs nothing––whether cost is measured in terms of monetary resources or time– –and is simply based on the belief that, if only people can be free to act in the best interests of their company, the results will be tremendous. Freedom, Inc. presents the evidence that this is not the Pollyannaish wish of a few dreamers, but a reality built by bottom-line-focused leaders. . . . The culture of freedom works–and Freedom, Inc. reveals the secrets of a successful business paradigm based on a trusting, nonhierarchical, liberated environment. The visionary leaders profiled here performed near-miracles in driving their companies to unheard-of levels of success, often from unlikely or disheartening beginnings. Businesses as diverse as insurance company USAA, winemaker Sea Smoke Cellars, Gore & Associates, advertising agency The Richardson Group, Harley-Davidson, and Sun Hydraulics have had the insight and courage to challenge long-held management beliefs about human nature and employees–and radically depart from the traditional command-and-control structures, rules, and policies. By freeing up the individual initiative and risk-taking instincts of every employee, these companies showed they could dramatically outperform their rivals in an array of fiercely competitive industries. By listening to employees instead of telling them what to do, by treating them as equals and not limiting information through a trickle-down hierarchy, and by encouraging a culture in which employees have commitments (something chosen) as opposed to jobs (something imposed), these companies liberated their workers to fulfill their own individual potential, which has led to more productive, loyal, and engaged workers, as well as significant measurable profits and growth.
The Work of the Imagination
This book demonstrates how children's imagination makes a continuing contribution to their cognitive and emotional development.