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Hoops vs Freinet

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Freinet (Free) Methods  

1. Freinet  Methods
  • Learning Printing Technique
  • "Livre de vie" or "Book of Life"
  • Working together to produce Manuals or Shared Stories
  • "Journal scolaire" or "Journal of a Scholar"









































2. Freinet Techniques Continued

  • "Correspondance scolaire or Correspondence Scoloar" 
    • School Correspondence or Book of Life"
  • Learner Printing - Sharing Stories
    • Writing
    • Movies
    • Sound recordings
    • Classes come together
  • L'Educateur Prolétarien or "Educators Producing Offspring"
    • Magazine "The Proletarian Educator" 
    • Public Educators' Co-operative




3. Freinet Techniques Continued
  • Working Library (Bibliothèque de Travail)
  • Class Library ("Bibliothèque de classe")
  • Self-Correcting Files ("Fichier autocorrectif")
  • Classroom Assembly ("Réunion coopérative", "Conseil") which consists of all the children in the class and the teacher.












4. The Essential Concepts of Freinet Pedagogy


  • Pedagogy of Work ("Pédagogie du travail") - meaning that pupils learned by making useful products or providing useful services.
  • Co-operative Learning ("Travail coopératif") - based on co-operation in the productive process.
  • Enquiry-based Learning ("Tâtonnement experimental") - trial and error method involving group work
  • The Natural Method ("Methode naturelle") - based on an inductive, global approach.
  • Centres of Interest ("Complexe d'intérêt") - based on children's learning interests and curiosity.






5. The Left Critique (intelligence) of Freinet Pedagogy :

  • The Essential Concepts of Freinet Pedagogy
  • Stressing content rather than process
  • Children's spontaneous behaviour
  • Reinforcing principles of togetherness or Oneness
  • downplaying the role of the teacher
  • encouraged to believe that they can change the realities














6. The Freinet Myth and the Influence of the New Education movement

  • School printing to reproduce pupil's texts
  • School Newspaper as an educational tool
  • Project Method
  • Co-operative Learning techniques
  • Enquiry-based Learning method
  • The Work Schedule
  • Self-Correcting Files





7. Pedagogy of Work
  • educate children with manual work
  • abstract approach to learning relevant virtues of behaviour and performance.
  • integrate school into factories enable children to deal with culture
  • spiritual approach through which the child's energies should be channelled and nourished.





8. Co-operative Learning
  • agricultural co-operatives
  • experiments with school communities
  • participated in debates
  • spiritual approach through which the child's energies should be channelled and nourished.
  • School Co-operatives (Cooperation with other Schools)






9. Natural Method

  • Empirical tradition (data collection and statistical analysis)
  • Intuitive and direct perception of the learning object
  • Deductive procedure allows us to integrate abstract notions (all around information, verses traditional repeating)
  • School Co-operatives (Cooperation with other Schools)
  • Natural Method is applied to reading, writing, and basic math
  • An analytical approach to the development of language (study and have faith).
  • stimulate paradigm shifts and create new theories





10. A Child-Centred Pedagogy

  • return to the origins of childhood
  • "innocent" and full of promise
  • "natural education" offers a way to resolve problems
  • introducing community-based activities such as manual labour and craft work
  • considered as more healthy and formative
  • praises manual work
  • children's needs and desires above all





11. Conclusion
  • commitment to a philosophy
  • improve the social and cultural situation of working-class children
  • changes are possible in classroom right now.
Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy "Hoops method

1. Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy "Hoops Technique"
Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy "hoop 5 sanctuary for our children" share their "Book of Life Branch" with other kids "Book of Life Branch" around the world, to share stories (manuals of scientific investigation) and cultures (perspective), appreciating wisdom from all of our relatives on the "Oneness Tree of Life".
  • Learning Printing Technique
    • Writing your daily investigations and findings
  • "Livre de vie" or "Book of Life"
    • Each book is a branch (rainbow color) to the Whole Village
  • Working together to produce Manuals or Shared Stories
    • Assorted branches (rainbow color) created together (rainbow clan), with all voices known.  God the utterance of heavenly transmission, our voice.
    • To create an unity of the whole  of hoop,
    • A collective "Book of Life" for the Village
    • Data gathering, Authors, investigation, Clan name or Place, Shared with
  • "Journal Scolaire" or "Journal of a Scholar"
    • Newspaper or Hoops sharing, article distribution with global relatives
    • Each rainbow color has a voice and relative position. There knowledge belongs to the branch of the whole, the Rainbow Clan.



2. Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy "Hoops Technique" Continued
(edit begin)
  • "Correspondance scolaire or Correspondence Scoloar"
    • School Correspondence or Book of Life"
  • Learner Printing - Sharing Stories
    • Writing
    • Movies
    • Sound recordings
    • Classes come together
  • L'Educateur Prolétarien or "Educators Producing Offspring"
    • Magazine "The Proletarian Educator"
    • Public Educators' Co-operative (edit end)



3. Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy "Hoops Technique" Continued
(edit begin)
  • Working Library (Bibliothèque de Travail)
    • xxx
  • Class Library ("Bibliothèque de classe")
    • xx
    • xx
  • Self-Correcting Files ("Fichier autocorrectif")
    • xx
    • xx
  • Classroom Assembly ("Réunion coopérative", "Conseil") which consists of all the children in the class and the teacher.
    • xx (edit end)




4.
Essential Concepts of the "Hoops Technique"with Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy   (edit begin)
  • Pedagogy of Work ("Pédagogie du travail") - meaning that pupils learned by making useful products or providing useful services.

  • Co-operative Learning ("Travail coopératif") - based on co-operation in the productive process.

  • Enquiry-based Learning ("Tâtonnement experimental") - trial and error method involving group work

  • The Natural Method ("Methode naturelle") - based on an inductive, global approach.

  • Centres of Interest ("Complexe d'intérêt") - based on children's learning interests and curiosity.



5.
The Right Critique (wisdom) of Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy "Hoops Technique" Continued
For Freinet
it simply wasn't a time for evolution's awakening and awareness to our times as we face today. It now has become a Spiritual Evolution of Gathering rather than a Power Struggle between opposing parties.  Now it is time for us to shine, right where we sign. (edit begin)
  • The Essential Concepts of Freinet Pedagogy
  • Stressing content rather than process
  • Children's spontaneous behaviour
  • Reinforcing principles of togetherness or Oneness
  • downplaying the role of the teacher
  • encouraged to believe that they can change the realities edit end






6.
Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy "Hoops Technique" Educational Influence
  • School printing to reproduce pupil's texts
  • School Newspaper as an educational tool
  • Project Method
  • Co-operative Learning techniques
  • Enquiry-based Learning method
  • The Work Schedule
  • Self-Correcting Files
 




7.
"Hoops Technique" at Work with Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy
  • educate children with manual work
  • abstract approach to learning relevant virtues of behaviour and performance.
  • integrate school into factories enable children to deal with culture
  • spiritual approach through which the child's energies should be channelled and nourished.




8.  Co-operative "Hoop" Learning

  • agricultural co-operatives
  • experiments with school communities
  • participated in debates
  • spiritual approach through which the child's energies should be channelled and nourished.
  • School Co-operatives (Cooperation with other Schools)





9. Hoop Method


  • Empirical tradition (data collection and statistical analysis)
  • Intuitive and direct perception of the learning object
  • Deductive procedure allows us to integrate abstract notions (all around information, verses traditional repeating)
  • School Co-operatives (Cooperation with other Schools)
  • Natural Method is applied to reading, writing, and basic math
  • An analytical approach to the development of language (study and have faith).
  • stimulate paradigm shifts and create new theories






10.
 
Spirit Centered Hoop Methodology
  • return to the origins of childhood
  • "innocent" and full of promise
  • "natural education" offers a way to resolve problems
  • introducing community-based activities such as manual labour and craft work
  • considered as more healthy and formative
  • praises manual work
  • children's needs and desires above all






11. Conclusion
  • commitment to a philosophy
  • improve the social and cultural situation of working-class children
  • changes are possible in classroom right now.
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