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Author: Daniel PeressiniBrigitte ThévenotEmmanuelle NobécourtHubert MontagnerDaniel ZylberbergAll authors
Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities and Science, ©2004.
Series: Aspects of child development., Ages 4 to 11 ;, pt. 3
Edition/Format:   DVD video : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Helping children to grow and bloom properly also means taking into account their biological rhythms. This program seeks out holistic approaches to education that more scientifically organize the school day and strike a better balance between intellectual and physical development. Educators, psychologists, a geneticist, a philosopher, and others consider topics such as the times of day when students are most ready  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Peressini; Brigitte Thévenot; Emmanuelle Nobécourt; Hubert Montagner; Daniel Zylberberg; Albert Jacquard; Boris Cyrulnik; Catherine Vanier; Marcel Rufo; Claude Allard, Dr.; Pierre Lévy; Rolande Causse; Société nationale de programme France-Régions.; France 5.; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
OCLC Number: 57731836
Language Note: French with English voice overs and subtitles.
Credits: Directors of photography, Joël Krellenstein, Marc Petitjean ; interviews by Brigitte Thévenot ; editors, Laure Mazé, Emmanuelle Nobécourt ; original music by Pierre Baslé, Mark Doyle, Serge Lavalette ; Chinkel Post-Production (English version) ; adaptation, Jessica Ménendez ; production designer, Less Clark.
Performer(s): Commentary, Hubert Montagner, Bernard Racanière, Gilbert Lentschat, Michel Heinrich, Daniel Zylberberg, Isabelle Guirado, Albert Jacquard, Jean-Paul Coche, Boris Cyrulnik, Catherine Mathelin, Marcel Rufo, Claude Allard, Gisèle Piechaud, Régine Demarthe, Pierre Lévy, Rolande Causse.
Description: 1 videodisc (54 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 cm.
Details: DVD.
Series Title: Aspects of child development., Ages 4 to 11 ;, pt. 3
Other Titles: To open out
Helping them flourish
Responsibility: a France3 - Corse Saint Louis Production co-production in association with France 5 ; proposed by Daniel Peressini ; written by Brigitte Thévenot ; directed by Emmanuelle Nobécourt.

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Helping children to grow and bloom properly also means taking into account their biological rhythms. This program seeks out holistic approaches to education that more scientifically organize the school day and strike a better balance between intellectual and physical development. Educators, psychologists, a geneticist, a philosopher, and others consider topics such as the times of day when students are most ready to learn and the role of play in the developing child. They also question the effectiveness of lectures and take a penetrating look at the video game phenomenon.

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