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La compréhension du fonctionnement des neurones miroirs permettrait-elle à l’enseignement d’agir sur la peur de l’erreur chez l’élève ?

Abstract : Learning is indivisible from mistakes. Mistakes are indivisible from learning. It is a decisive tool in the progression of the learner. Unfortunately, because school stigmatised mistakes, pupils fear it which can become a significant obstacle. What if emotions could be a hindrance at learning ? During the 90s, the neuroscientists Giacomo Rizzolati and Corrado Sinigaglia discovered that our posture, our moves, our words and our facial expressions can influence the emotions of a person with whom we interact thanks to the involuntary activation of our mirror neurones, and that, even if the emotions are being faked. However, fear is an emotion, and knowing this astonishing phenomenon, isn't it the teacher's role to use this knowledge at the service of the well-being of the pupils and therefore, favour an empathic and fulfilling relationship ?
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Kate Balestra. La compréhension du fonctionnement des neurones miroirs permettrait-elle à l’enseignement d’agir sur la peur de l’erreur chez l’élève ?. Education. 2017. ⟨dumas-02091109⟩

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