How does my class look like after a transformation?
This European project proposes a pedagogic transformation in 52 stages over 3 months to function as 21st century classes:
- adapt to a high level of student heterogeneity,
- make students pilot their learning (personalized learning),
- encourage students to help each other,
- encourage fast learners to learn even faster,
- provide accessible activities so that slow learners go beyond themselves,
- deal with big classes,
- without requiring teachers to work hard at home to prepare or correct.
Illustration and analysis of the difference in class.
After this systemic change, space and time are decompartmentalized. A student can be taken out of class for an hour, a day or a week, then come back without missing anything: he resumes his work where he left off. Combined with the acceleration of learning, this decompartmentalization facilitates all kinds of time-consuming projects: kitchen garden, preparation for inter-school contests, student council, language exchange, creation of mini-companies, etc.
Collaboration between teachers is also greatly simplified, through the possible temporary exchange of some students or the ease of managing two classes with two teachers rather than each separately.