The French Educator Celestin Freinet (1896-1966)

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The French Educator Celestin Freinet is a complete overview of the influence of this seminal figure. Although Celestin Freinet is virtually unknown outside of France, his ideas about the integration of technology into the classroom are more relevant now than ever. Victor Acker has succeeded in introducing this figure to the American-Anglophone world.The French Educator Celestin Freinet is Acker's greatest achievement in his lifelong mission, which earned him knighthood from the French Government asa Chevalier dans l'Ordre des Palmes Academiques. Freinet was an advocate of employing correspondence in the classroom as well as using technology to aid learning. In this study, Acker explores the pedagogical ideas of Freinet with an eye toward contemporary education.The French Educator Celestin Freinet is an essential book on an essential figure in 20th century education.



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Victor Acker teaches philosophy, education, and English at Touro College's Graduate School of Education.

Inhalt

Chapter 1 Preface by Professor Ray Dougherty
Chapter 2 Researching Celestin Freinet (1896-1966)
Chapter 3 Freinet and the Interscholastic Exchanges
Chapter 4 Printing in the Classroom
Chapter 5 Implementing the Freinet Method Today
Chapter 6 Conclusion
Chapter 7 Selected Bibliography
Chapter 8 Appendix A: Biographical Data

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Produktinformationen

Titel
The French Educator Celestin Freinet (1896-1966)
Untertitel
An Inquiry into How His Ideas Shaped Education
Autor
EAN
9780739155240
ISBN
978-0-7391-5524-0
Format
E-Book (epub)
Hersteller
Lexington Books
Herausgeber
Lexington Books
Genre
Pädagogik
Veröffentlichung
16.02.2007
Digitaler Kopierschutz
Adobe-DRM
Dateigrösse
0.48 MB
Anzahl Seiten
124
Jahr
2007
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