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Master Thesis

De la bienveillance aux apprentissages

Abstract : The term « benevolence » regularly appears in official texts from the Ministry of National Education. The goal is to promote students' well-being to improve the quality of their learning. We have examined the physiological mechanisms which allow it as well as the role of the teacher. Research in Education, scientific research and emotional and social neuroscience explain how a child's well-being maximises the development of their brain, and thus their cognitive ability. The analysis of questionnaires addressed to students and teachers has allowed us to retain and experiment with daily teaching practices contributing to student well-being consistent with official programs. We were able to establish that adopting a benevolent conduct, expressing emotions, particularly through diverse disciplinary areas, and cardiac coherence improve student well-being calling upon the skills of the programs in use.
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Alice Fontaine, Delphine Millour. De la bienveillance aux apprentissages. Education. 2021. ⟨dumas-03610309⟩



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