Lego/Education/Manifesto

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Le manifeste

Source: LEGO Education Manifesto (PDF)


We believe children must be supported to be:

  • Systematically Creative Learners
  • Active Learners
  • Collaborative Learners

Children become Systematically Creative Learners through:

  • Learning by combining logic and reasoning with playfulness and imagination.
  • Learning by mastering a tool and giving form to thoughts.
  • Learning by combining, exploring and transforming ideas and objects.

Children become Active Learners through:

  • Learning by constructing things in the real world, and in this way constructing knowledge in their minds.
  • Making their mark and expressing their originality in the learning environment.
  • Feeling ownership and taking charge, being proactive and internally driven.

Children become Collaborative Learners through:

  • Learning from interpreted experiences and explanations of other people, including peers and experts.
  • Learning through reflecting upon an experience, discussing why and how things worked in the accomplishment of a goal.
  • Helping each other to learn, each according to their ability, through the shared language of LEGO® bricks.


On peut remplacer

  • '"Children" par "Développeurs"
  • "LEGO bricks" par "Pratiques et technologies du développement"