In this section you can find visual presentations and training manuals on non-formal education and cooperative learning. These publications can be downloaded free of charge. If you use them, please indicate the source. Let me know your rating by using "Contact" in the menu.
This visual presentation presents in 38 slides the 4 major educational approaches that have marked and continue to mark education and training systems:
A useful reference to understand what is teaching and what is learning.
It may be important for teachers, educators and youth leaders to understand the interpersonal relationships that develop within the youth groups in their care.
This visual presentation explains how to perform a sociometric test and use it to analyze interpersonal relationships within a group.
This analysis provides valuable information on the group dynamics and the level of social development of each young person.
What is the difference between a student who learns well and those who have more difficulty? The one who learns easily has a learning strategy that is better suited to the school system. It is therefore important to ask yourself how you learn. This visual presentation explains in 29 slides the theory developed by Jean-François Michel on the 7 learning profiles.
A tool to help educators define a specific strategy for each individual to help them overcome the barriers that prevent them from learning.
A visual presentation of 36 slides for Scouting practitioners. It shows how the team system, one of the key elements of Scouting, is often misunderstood and even perverted.
Based on quotes from the founder of Scouting, Robert Baden-Powell, but also famous psychologists and pedagogues such as Jean Piaget, Célestin Freinet, and Paulo Freire, it gives its true dimension to the team system, a tool for participation and emancipation, which places Scouting at the source of cooperative pedagogies and liberating education.
Young people can realize their full potential and develop healthy and responsible attitudes by actively participating in decisions within their families and communities.
This 90-page publication explains how to help young people design, plan and implement a project to meet community needs by mobilizing local resources. Useful for all those who want to empower young people and accompany them on the paths of active, responsible and supportive citizenship.
When students are taught to write or count, you can see what they are doing and what they have learned. But how can we teach students to think when thinking is invisible?
The Visible Thinking project developed by Professor David Perkins of Harvard University in the United States attempted to meet this challenge. From this we have derived a 54-page document presenting 27 "routines" to help students learn to think creatively and critically. Useful for youth workers and teachers.
Life skills are the psychosocial skills needed to respond effectively to the demands and challenges of everyday life. Yet these essential skills are still too often neglected by the school system. This 100-page document, illustrated with original drawings, offers 23 group exercises allowing young people of different ages to learn life skills. Useful for youth workers and teachers.