Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Cortica II : Remue-méninges de la santé mentale
Cortica Incubator

De la théorie à la pratique : Transmettre les points clefs en neurosciences de l’éducation aux maîtres socioprofessionnels qui accompagnent les jeunes adultes avec une déficience intellectuelle

Emmanuelle Leonard
Responsable de centre

Publié-e 2022-09-20

Mots-clés

  • neuroéducation,
  • cerveau,
  • TSA,
  • autisme,
  • déficience intellectuelle,
  • fonctions exécutives
  • ...Plus
    Moins

Résumé

Ce projet « Cortica Incubateur » a comme objectifs de transmettre les fondements des neurosciences de l’éducation et d’apporter des éclairages pratiques aux personnels qui accompagnent les jeunes adultes avec une déficience intellectuelle dans leur quotidien au Centre de formation pour jeunes adultes (FOVAHM) en Suisse. Ces éclairages permettront à l’équipe des maîtres socioprofessionnels d’identifier la médiation propice aux apprentissages. L’ambition est d’enrichir les compétences sociales et émotionnelles en adaptant les programmes théorico-pratiques issus du CAS en neurosciences de l’éducation de l’Université de Fribourg au monde MIOÓ, TéCöölÓ et Go/NogoÓ. La traduction de ces programme à la méthode du Facile à Lire et à Comprendre (FALC) et l’adaptation à un tableau interactif permettra l’apprentissage de façon plus engageante. Nous proposerons une approche intégrée des pistes d’intervention auprès des maîtres socio-professionnels œuvrant auprès d’une population neuro-atypique. Relevons par ailleurs qu’afin de soutenir les apprentissages de la théorie de l’esprit et des fonctions exécutives (orientées vers la compréhension des situations socio-émotionnelles), toutes les interventions doivent cibler non seulement les jeunes adultes avec déficience mais aussi leurs parents, leurs enseignants et éducateurs.

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