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1 to 10 from 280 Results Teaching numeracy and functional education In: The Educator Editions of the Modern French School For Teachers review Maths May 1947 Author: E. Delaunay More functional calculation by the use my homework help websites for college students
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In: The Educator CEL For teachers review> Summary March 1948 Read Full issue in PDF DITS MATHIEU – Youth Dungeon captive II we need an elite cooperative body Survey The folk school Our general plan the working life of the Institute What is the part of the teacher?

What is aprt of the child? Culture Masterworks and patents Questions and answers DITS MATHIEU – Youth Dungeon captive> Print
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In: Culture> The regional culture Educator CEL For teachers review mid March 1948 Study http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/educ/47-48/12-mars48/7-8.pdf Author: Elise Freinet Print
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10 – In year 1938-1939: The Proletarian Educator Publishing Printing at the School For Teachers review> Summary Arts> Music and Maths Teaching Techniques> tools > file Movements> Freinet movement> publication (s) teaching Techniques> printing February 1939 Authors: Bruneteau, C. Luce, Freinet, Didelot, Elise Freinet Serange F., H. Almendros, Mr. Lavieille, Marcel Fautrad Paul Vigor and Roger Lallemand Educator Proletarian No.

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In: The Educator CEL For teachers review in March 1948 Our Cooperative Education Lay facing a serious crisis of growth, like all our pedagogical movement must resist deviations arising from its formalization.

Each month, dozens and dozens of educators come to us. What they first see in our organization – and that’s okay – it’s the firm that holds today in France a monopoly for everything related to the modernization of education in general and Printing at the school in particular accessories. But the newcomers at first thought only take home.

They pay the cheapest and the worst possible – they demand in return more fiercely than merchants maximum benefits. Then we are in the ridiculous situation of people who have in the past very heavy sacrifices, who are still in this to bring their equipment to the range of popular schools, which waive this fact to “operate” commercially their achievements, and paid for their trouble, in some cases, the calculated neglect, irony and insult.

Let us at once to those buyers who still have not understood that our work from the beginning of our experience, we gave up a capitalist exploitation of discoveries that we wanted to exclusively serving the Popular School. As a result, we do not trade, we do not sell equipment to make money and that a client who comes to us accidentally to procure an item that is not found elsewhere, but n ‘have no intention to use it in the liberating goal interests us and, therefore, will never understand anything in our effort, we are interested not developed.

We will not do any longer for such membership sacrifices which we would only victims. * * * A few facts, alas, Current will illustrate this observation. Last October, we continued the service of all our periodicals to those who were already there last year subscribers – and those exclusively. Among our periodic, there were two new: the B.E.N.P.