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Continuing training for circus arts teachers : planning, facilitating and evaluating

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Auteurs : FEDEC - Fédération Européenne des Écoles de Cirque Professionnels (Direction) ; Fédération française des écoles de cirque (Direction)

Lieu de publication : Bruxelles

Éditeur : FEDEC

Date de publication : 2017

Langue : Anglais

Description : 42 p. : ill. coul. ; 28 cm.

Notes : Bibliogr. : p. 37

Dépouillement du document :
THE INTENTS PROJECT a brief overview
Background
INTENTS 2014-2017
INTRODUCTION TO THE GUIDE

BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON THE CONTEXT
From the EPE project to the INTENTS project: the origin of an innovative continuing training project
The issues addressed by INTENTS: for genuine artistic training
A guide for general directors, educational directors and artistic directors for professional circus schools

THE INTENTS TRAINING SESSIONS: PEDAGOGICAL FOUNDATIONS
Principe 1. Cross-cutting, themed training subjects, centred on linking together technique and artistry
Principe 2. An intergenerational, interdisciplinary, international and interprofessional approach
Principe 3. Producing teaching resources for all teachers
Principe 4. Experimenting and evaluating
Principe 5. A special gateway through the analysis of teaching/learning situations
Principe 6. Organising exchanges based on topics incorporating teaching and the theme
Summary

FROM THE PLANNING AND DESIGN OF INTENTS TO THE GUIDE TO PLANNING, FACILITATING AND EVALUATING CONTINUING TRAINING FOR CIRCUS ARTS TEACHERS
For training environments suitable for the contexts
The planning and design stages

CONCLUSION
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Articles and research publications
FEDEC reports and resources
Miscellaneous
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Biography of the associated researcher

Résumé :
"This publication was born out of the FEDEC's desire to equip school directors and pedagogical directors with a tool enabling them to provide their teachers an offer of training and professional development in line with the evolutions of the profession of circus arts teacher in a professional circus school and adaptable to its local, national or international context.

The first part of this guide recalls the context and the reasons for its creation: it gives keys of understanding the stakes related to this guide and specify who the main recipients of this tool are. The second part defines the educational foundations of the INTENTS training sessions, which are real experiments of training environments. They are designed to serve as reference for the training courses to come. Finally, the third part introduces the proposals regarding the planning, the facilitating and evaluation of training schemes. These proposals deal with the two main categories of training set up ("intra" formations, within schools, on the one hand, and "inter" formations, bringing together teachers from different schools, on a regional, national or international level, on the other hand)." [editor summary]

Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque

Localisation : Traitement documentaire B

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