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1 Learning Source: Roland Carasco Source: Roland Carasco

2 Best learning conditions The quality of the future depends on early psychomotor development. The child learns best and most between the ages of 3 and 6 The quality of the future depends on early psychomotor development. The child learns best and most between the ages of 3 and 6 The quality of the child's growth depends on variety, on the diversity of the changes in the environment in which he or she operates. The quality of the child's growth depends on variety, on the diversity of the changes in the environment in which he or she operates.

3 Fear The anticipation of an action performed in an unusual situation may be accompanied by an intense emotional disturbance, which leads the child to avoid or deny the task. The anticipation of an action performed in an unusual situation may be accompanied by an intense emotional disturbance, which leads the child to avoid or deny the task. Whether the danger is real or imaginary, "reason” has nothing to do with it. The fear is present, and it overwhelms and inhibits the child. Whether the danger is real or imaginary, "reason” has nothing to do with it. The fear is present, and it overwhelms and inhibits the child. “Do not be afraid!” offers little help. “Do not be afraid!” offers little help. It is important to avoid "negative emotional memories". It is important to avoid "negative emotional memories". Repeated momentary non-success and especially tough falls have an emotional tone of displeasure that can last a significant time. Repeated momentary non-success and especially tough falls have an emotional tone of displeasure that can last a significant time. Any unpleasantness or stress, for example an educator forcing a child, strengthens the fear conditioning. Any unpleasantness or stress, for example an educator forcing a child, strengthens the fear conditioning.

4 How to tame the fear Habituation: Taming gradually with height Habituation: Taming gradually with height Experiment with different equipment Experiment with different equipment Move at different heights, by walking or crawling on surfaces, especially increasingly unstable surfaces, or surfaces that seem to reduce balance. Move at different heights, by walking or crawling on surfaces, especially increasingly unstable surfaces, or surfaces that seem to reduce balance. The educator must use all his or her resources to immediately return the child to success. The educator must use all his or her resources to immediately return the child to success.

5 The pedagogy of achievement Children love actions they can celebrate. They test their abilities whenever possible and rejoice in their performances. Children love actions they can celebrate. They test their abilities whenever possible and rejoice in their performances. Contentment, satisfaction, pride, all these values ​​ that contribute to self-esteem propel the child in a dynamic development and progress. Contentment, satisfaction, pride, all these values ​​ that contribute to self-esteem propel the child in a dynamic development and progress. It remains the task of the educator to invent and offer to each student the best opportunities to demonstrate, at their level, their unique potential. It remains the task of the educator to invent and offer to each student the best opportunities to demonstrate, at their level, their unique potential.

6 Success and self-confidence are closely correlated. Children have a need to be recognized. Children have a need to be recognized. Their abilities enchant them, and the satisfaction they see in others encourages them to launch into new exploits. Their abilities enchant them, and the satisfaction they see in others encourages them to launch into new exploits. To succeed is more important than what we succeed in To succeed is more important than what we succeed in Success motivates. As long as the desired success meets the obtained success, motivation continues. Success motivates. As long as the desired success meets the obtained success, motivation continues. Succeeding with a small change gives confidence to do more. Succeeding with a small change gives confidence to do more. A session should always end in success. A session should always end in success. There is no failure, there is only delayed success. There is no failure, there is only delayed success.


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