For those who have been evolving in the world of education for a few years, you will certainly have realized how stifling the education world can be when it comes to supporting educational innovation or change in its manifold. facets.
But why such a paradox? Mandela cites that education is certainly the best tool for change. How can she be an agent of change when, at the base, she has crystallized in a conservatism and an ineloquent inertia?
Today, new teaching strategies more often than not exploit new information and communications technologies. It is therefore all about trying to understand what is blocking our teachers so that they take the plunge …
Demagoguery and the need to oppose
Stereotypes are conveyed in all directions. What if ICT did not improve the quality of education? That the results among the pupils were not increasing? For every argument, there is academic research to back it up. Otherwise, the statistics make one side lie or another. These doubts justify an educational adaptation of the precautionary principle, implying that in the absence of scientific certainties, it would be better to refrain from adopting a behavior which could prove to be harmful for, in this case, the world. education. However, whatever the tool, the difference is the teacher who makes it! Listening to these biased oppositions, it’s a bit like justifying the need to remain inert by simply opposing yourself.
Everything that is new goes there. It is a necessary step. Hervé Sérieyx eloquently cited that any new idea immersed in a society receives from it an inverse vertical thrust equal to the mass of its conservatism  . This is what he calls the Archimedes principle. Basically, the Thrust of Archimedes, which dates from ancient Greece and bears the name of this great scholar, states that a body immersed in a fluid will displace Read the rest