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Une pédagogie éclectique au service des élèves qui ont le plus besoin de l'école.

Abstract : Outside the current controversies about the best time to start the school year, the purpose of this article is to contribute to a critical assessment of the pedagogical practices leading to consequences sometimes opposite to those intended. In order to avoid a rigid pedagogical dualism, forcing us to think in terms of black or white, knowledge or pupils, the author proposes a path based on pedagogical eclecticism, an approach seeking to use the positive sides of every system, to help reduce social inequalities, and reconcile the lessons of active types of pedagogy with the requirements of explicit and structured pedagogical methods. The principles underlying this approach consist in planning explicit teaching, encouraging cognitive clarity, reducing the complexity of tasks, stabilizing formats, and teaching the procedures needed in educational tasks, in particular those related to assessment.
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Roland Goigoux. Une pédagogie éclectique au service des élèves qui ont le plus besoin de l'école.. La nouvelle revue de l'adaptation et de la scolarisation, Éd. de l'INSHEA, 2011, pp.21-30. ⟨hal-00595003⟩



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