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Le rôle des pédagogues genevois dans la réception contrastée en Europe francophone du Plan Dalton et de la pédagogie de Winnetka

Abstract : This study aims at shedding light on the role of various Genevan educationists in the contrasting reception of two American pedagogies based on individualized teaching at school: Helen Parkhurst’s Dalton Plan and Carleton Washburne Winnetka schools system. We especially examine the parts played by Adolphe Ferrière, Robert Dottrens, Pierre Bovet, Marie Butts and Jean Piaget. This study relies on the above mentioned educationists’ writings, published in their books but also in educational journals, and on archive materials including papers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau Institute Archives.
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Marie Vergnon. Le rôle des pédagogues genevois dans la réception contrastée en Europe francophone du Plan Dalton et de la pédagogie de Winnetka. Michel Christian; Joëlle Droux; Rita Hofstetter. Construire la paix par l’éducation : réseaux et mouvements internationaux au XXe siècle. Genève au cœur d'une utopie, Alphil Presses universitaires suisses, 2020, 9782889303229. ⟨hal-02508712⟩

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