Didactic Possibilities of Using the Teaching of "Non- Directive Intervention”by Michel Lobrot in Teaching

ANNA GEORGIOU, Ioannis Fykaris


The main objective of this presentation is to highlight the teaching technique of “Non- Directive Intervention: NDI”by Michel Lobrot, as an option of use in modern teaching. It also aims to answer why this technique is an alternative teaching technique, given that its originator considers the teacher as an indirectly intervening guide of the student during the teaching. On this basis, a scientific question is how the teacher, through the "NDI”teaching technique, can help the student to be led to learning, coordinating his learning process. Also, it is documented why the teaching technique of "NDI”is an alternative teaching technique, which can contribute to the achievement of the student's free expression during teaching, through activities that favor the student's self-activity during the learning process. For this purpose, in this presentation, activities are presented, through which it is possible to make constructive use of the teaching technique of "NDI”in teaching.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v13i2.20905


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