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pédagogue n'aime pas les enfants

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Henri Roorda's "Pédagogue n'aime pas les enfants" is a thought-provoking and humorous examination of the relationship between adults and children. The author's witty and satirical writing style keeps the reader engaged as he challenges conventional ideas about education and parenting.

Roorda's observations about the disconnect between adults and children are both insightful and entertaining. Through a series of anecdotes and reflections, he highlights the absurdities of adult behavior towards children and questions the effectiveness of traditional educational methods.

One of the strengths of the book is Roorda's ability to bring attention to the absurdities and contradictions inherent in adult attitudes towards children. He is able to deftly critique the ways in which adults often underestimate and misunderstand children, while also acknowledging the challenges of raising and educating young people.

Overall, "Pédagogue n'aime pas les enfants" is a captivating and thought-provoking read that will challenge readers to reconsider their assumptions about children and education. Roorda's sharp wit and unique perspective make this a book worth reading for anyone interested in the dynamics between adults and children.

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Dans cet essai publié en 1917, Henri Roorda fait une critique de la pédagogie scolaire, tout à la fois joyeusement grinçante, mélancolique, lyrique, constructive... libertaire. Son propos reste d'une grande actualité, à plus de cent ans de distance.

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