Archives par mot-clé : Enseignement supérieur

SHANKLAND Rébecca , 2007, Adaptation des jeunes à l’enseignement supérieur Les pédagogies nouvelles : aide à l’adaptation ou facteur de marginalisation ? Thèse de Doctorat de Psychologie Clinique et Psychopathologie Université Paris VIII Sous la direction du Professeur Serban IONESCU

Summary: Our research focuses on the adaptation of young people to higher education by comparing students from schools with new pedagogies (Steiner, Montessori, New Schools) to others from the traditional school system. It is part of a national questioning of … Continuer la lecture

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Grant, Emily, 2015, The Pink Tower Meets the Ivory Tower: Adapting Montessori Teaching Methods for Law School Arkansas Law Review, Vol. 68, No. 3.

Abstract Some principles of teaching are timeless. Maria Montessori developed a methodology for teaching children over 100 years ago, nearly the same time as Christopher Columbus Langdell was adapting the Socratic Method for teaching law students. Law school professors can … Continuer la lecture

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Shankland, R., Genolini, C., França, L. R., Guelfi, J., & Ionescu, S. (2010). Student adjustment to higher education: The role of alternative educational pathways in coping with the demands of student life. Higher Education, 59(3), 353–366.

Abstract The present longitudinal study measured student adjustment to higher education, comparing 50 participants from alternative schools (Steiner, Montessori, New Schools) with 80 students from the traditional school system. We hypothesized that students from alternative schools adapt better, because of … Continuer la lecture

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