# The mathematical proof is simple but the emotion is real.

In Freinet, through trial and error, natural method of learning, children have the opportunity to create as mathematics in the arts (visual arts, music, dance, theater, free text, etc.). We will show through some examples the similarity in the approaches taken and the stakes for our popular school. In math mathematics Emotions free search, Hafida there two years had amazed his comrades representing two-dimensional “son tables” with remarkable precision and care.

Galane the following year, took up this idea in pretty representative forms seeming to float in space. Working on two graduated axes from 0 to n and by connecting n 1, n-1 2, n-2 to 3 and so on, Galane multiplied Examples and obtained representations of volumes, curves, sails, “cobwebs”.

A new form of mathematical free research appeared: use a “formula” and see what happens by working with two, three, four or more axes, using “soft” axes shaped shafts of broken lines, etc. . Other figures appeared on the occasion of error: nested figures who led research on the scaling, the infinitely small and the infinitely large. An example appeared in the Preparatory Course in the digital domain.

Pauline has a mathematical creation: 1-2 3-4 5-6 7-8 9-10 v v v v v July 3 11 15 19 At the presentation of this creation, the other children have highlighted the interval ” 4 “between the numbers of the second line. Emotion. Continuing the list, always the “4” range.

Other children have continued in free research with 3 sets of numbers then 4. They found that the intervals were always the same: 9 for groups of 3 digits and 16 for the 4 groups of digits. collateral effect, emotion of the mistress when she realizes with groups of 2 digits, the interval is 2?, with groups of 3 digits, the interval is 3?, with groups of 4 digits, the interval 4 ? is and so on. The mathematical proof is simple but the emotion is real.

We saw in class the emergence of emotions both aesthetic and intellectual, like those we feel at music in creative activities, dance, visual arts. These emotions appear every time there has been research, discovery of coherence and harmony, increasing understanding of the world and the power of life.

These high life time of the class might appear if there had at the same time freedom and rigor, freedom in research and personal creation departure rigor in the approach and in the organization of the class . Summary testimonies Creations No. 123 next page Mathematics Creations: drawing, numbers, writings. <^ Editorial CREATIONS 123 Mosaic of Landscapes> Author: Industry Arts & Creations Print

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In: bibliography creations PEMF For students For teachers review Arts> Visual Arts Teaching Principles> term-creation creations September 2006 No 123 – Territories – published in September 2006 Industry Arts and Creations Editorial: territories … “Space is a doubt.

I need incessantly mark, designate; it never gave me, I have to do in the conquest. (…) The background area as the sand flows between the fingers (…) Write. Wrest some specific bits vacuum which is widening, leave somewhere a furrow, a trace, a mark or a few signs. “Final Word writer Georges Perec in his book Species of Spaces (* 1).

At school, the word space also comes to infinity: body spaces, graphics, sound, spaces of expression, speech, mathematical spaces, social, close, distant, unknown, etc. The development of the spatial structure because it determines access to autonomy in all areas of learning and all disciplines, remains at the heart of the teacher’s concerns. “Territories” is the term that we have chosen here to introduce the experiences gathered stories in this issue of creations.

It refers to the need for a creative and poetic ownership (* 2) of space. These territories are the milestones needed for a multifaceted thought, under construction and in constant evolution, generating images and impressions; a thought that dream and fulfilled potential of space, and this, through the creation of activities in various places: in the classroom, outside the school, in the housing estate, the house district in the workshop of the artisan, in the showroom or on the stage of the year-end show.

Fields of appropriations both personal and collective, often multidisciplinary and intergenerational character, which articulate the lived space, perceived space, the dream space, thinking space. common areas, which provide children, adolescents and adults the opportunity to understand, represent, but above all to act with others on the space and the metamorphosis. polysemous areas: Territories of time and memory, with the Fronton Manor Chantois; memory areas for children Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye; Territories also meetings for the village of ceramic mosaics and landscapes. All these activities share a concern for the exchange, cooperation, social links, the discovery and acceptance of others.

Shared territories, the time of a show or more sustainably when the collective achievements are permanently installed in places frequented by the whole community. The back and forth between these different territories (personal / social class, rural / urban, past / present / future, etc.) helps each and every group to build a place of today and tomorrow by comparing circles to open to his own; by entering and causing opportunities to build and renew the environment; by becoming a player in its own territories whatsoever: personal / collective space, space documentary or literary creations notebook math or poetry, playground, village, city, etc. “To live is to move from one space to another, trying as much as possible not to bump” … (* 3) review Creations, instead of crossing the fertile eyes of children and adults, is offered also as a territory to reinvent, through its special sections open to readers and creators, a territory where creativity is synonymous with freedom. * 1-cf.

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Georges Perec, Ed. Galileo, Paris, 1974, p.122-123. * 2-cf. The Poetics of Space, Gaston Bachelard, Ed PUF. – Quadriga, 1998. * 3-cf. Species of Spaces, Georges Perec, Ed. Galileo, Paris, 1974, p.14.

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How to teach? What are the big ideas of the “Freinet pedagogy”? Why and how are gradually built? Who uses these methods today, in France and in the world? Authors: Site BT ICEM and Michel Barre More Freinet: fighting a pedagogue In: Philosophy of Life Cooperative class citizenship in June 1996 Free expression, correspondence and school newspaper, cooperative classroom life: all these practices were introduced by a teacher, Freinet, over his work with his students .. Here is his story.

How a teacher countryside of South of France, did he become the initiator of teaching methods practiced today in the world? Authors: Site BT ICEM and Michel Barre More
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