25 of 1 June 1956 http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/educ/66-67/18/1.pdf Author Freinet Print
Yet they have there, within reach, control and put to immediate test of this part of the teacher, which, moreover, they recommend. General chart at the end of the brochure, an update on “the situation of the teacher” is nevertheless a great safety test to judge the teacher’s behavior and encourage them to rob the traditional master who still slumbers and often saw him with his prerogatives still affirmed.
Comrades executives who employ you with such dedication to helping youth and beginners; who stop their examples and provide advice to hasten the formation of these control classes if necessary to a fair propaganda; responsible comrades tell us your indecision as to the assessment of some teachers, you invariants in a guide and an invaluable aid. In the atmosphere of caring and friendship that is put into our departmental groups, analysis and application of invariants in the master pattern of behavior, a unique opportunity to enter the heart of educational problems.
Everything is in place for what concerns the part of the teacher, the classroom organization, mind techniques, discipline, cooperation, and it adds optimism rigor in a Freinet class. We must consider reckless and haphazard, approximate idea of ??freedom that beginners comrades incorporate into their design, not least approximate the Freinet pedagogy.
It is unthinkable that if receiving specific instructions included in so many writings by Freinet, practitioners can still run the risk of degrading a pedagogy specifically designed, adapted to current events and tirelessly proposed the mass of teachers. All the more that are available to them the living and illustrative examples of generous comrades so totally devoted to a work of which they are now responsible morally.
More than ever, we need to preserve the values ??of a pedagogy that has taken ahead of time and maturity of his experience. More than ever, we must preserve the dignity of our vocation, feel the nobility and went into all the acts of our lives. There will never be enough good will, united shoulder to shoulder to work on the realization of a natural education, harmonious, efficient, worthy of the child’s fate, ELISE FREINET (1) C. Freinet Test Psychology Sensitive, p. 169 (Ed.
Delachaux and Niestle). (2) C. Freinet (Ed. Modern School,) Pedagogical Invariants BEM No 25 (3) Whether it excuses the necessary repetition of words always included in the expression of a full teaching . http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/educ/66-67/18/2-6.pdf
In: The Educator CEL For teachers review in June 1967 Our children soon resemble those trees, tight among the foliage of the forest, climb very quickly and very high, skeletal and frail, looking for a ray of sunshine -Dessus the branches of the tall oaks. They go up, but their roots have neither the time nor the strength to sink into the ground to feed them; and stunted trunk and arms without leaving hardly get lean sap all sacrificed head foliage mere illusion.
Our education will soon be a head of education: our children see many things, too many things; accumulated images unfold in constant kaleidoscope in front of their eyes hallucinated; their ears do not have time to listen to the singing sand in their hands or the lapping of the water shivering in the stream; their senses saturated with excessive odors, become impervious to diffuse emissions of wet earth rain, the humility of a flower of the field apparently without fragrance but whose delicacy dream those who remained susceptible. It was thirty years ago, at the beginning of the century, we were weaned as external inputs, and that’s in us, or in the still rough nature where we were integrated, we had to draw all the essential sap our growth.
The first artificial images of books and movies, the first artificial noise records and radio, the first conquests of speed were for us as a wonderful enrichment: they whipped somewhat our too quiet blood, without changing nature, however, ; they do not yet were substituting their mechanical laws to ancestral laws of our life. We greeted each other ingenuously as a new dawn generator power and progress.
The problem is, alas! reversed today: relentlessly, the artificial image and the word impersonal substitute for life. We conducted thirty years ago a pioneering campaign literature at the School for the animated film and the Filmstrip, for the disk and radio; Television extends his kingdom today. The trade, market research, has followed suit for the news and we now find ourselves before a true invasive tidal views in black and color, records and films, words and images.
Even before we could adapt our teaching to the audiovisual requirements, we must now take a cry of alarm and put us on the defensive to guarantee essential, to prevent the roots wither, to feed trunks, branches revive, not to back down but say stop a false progress that distorts commercialism, and operate like our children for whom the castles in the sand, the mystery of water, grass and flowers , insect life, the great dream of the blue skies and starry nights are the most exciting adventures. And woe to those who can no longer be nourished!
C. FREINET The Educator No. 25 of 1 June 1956 http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/educ/66-67/18/1.pdf
In: The Educator CEL For teachers journal Education and Research> Research in June 1967 under the title The destinies of Colleges of Education (1), the essential problems of educational organization difficulties aroused by the new structures of the classes of the second cycle were covered by the general meeting of the union: urgent reform. “The training colleges should become departmental centers for training, information, professional development and educational research, but also meet home, animation and coordination, widely open to teachers in service as well as organizations and individuals contributing to training, information, or training of teachers or teaching in applied research. “These wise guidelines open to the experience and culture are oriented towards training of” university “allowing students to masters-level assimilated culture that implied the pursuit of higher education. For now, it is interesting for us to know how optical host our techniques could be introduced in teacher training institutions where one cares more than ever to the revaluation of the teaching profession.
We give for this article Mr. Gabaude, Director of E.N. Mixed in Mende, article that is not without warning us against certain errors of narrow and bounded propaganda to avoid. It is to remind us how tireless reconsideration proven techniques yet so long, Freinet recovering constantly all his acquired site. It is not by discussion more or less fanatical than is necessary pedagogy, but by its permanent practice efficiency, first condition and demonstrative of a safe theory.
After nearly half a century of testing, the Freinet who provided assistance so effective in the renovation of education must remain open to criticism, experience, invention permanent, otherwise, she would betray his destiny, E, Freinet (1) Education of 9 March 1967, n ° 819. http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/educ/66-67/18/ 7.pdf
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