Position of trainer as an expertPositivist paradigm approaches :
The positivist approaches are the most common because they emanate from the dominant current of thinking in education, which we find in the majority of professional training systems.
They are aimed at the acquisition of objective and uncontested agroecological skills. Thanks to the intellectual accompaniment, the learner is supposed to solve agroenvironmental issues to which he/she is confronted.
We favour three transmission procedures: training through reproduction of the gesture; training via demonstration; and training through experimentation, where the results are known in advance.
To demonstrate :
- @ External contributions with professional and university lecturers
- @ Field visits & talking to expert-AE farmers
- @ Work on theory further to visits
- @ Implementation of local farmer groups, support of demonstration
- @ Permaculture
- @ Videosequence for agroecological knowledge
Experimentation and visualisation :
- @ Vidéo olivegrowing
- @ Testimonies of teachers from french agricultural
- @ Sharing gestures
Furthering your discovery of training itinerary :@ Position of accompaniment or subjectivist paradigm
@ Position of trainer as a facilitator or socio-critical paradigm
@ Combining different positions
@ How to evaluate integration
@ Exploring agroecological knowledge