After attending our 2nd. EACWP Teachers Training Course in Normandy (July, 16-21), our colleague Daniéle Pètrés (Aleph-Écriture) reviewed the three main pedagogical sessions from our three different EACWP invited teachers. Originally published in L’Inventoire, these chronicles are a first hand testimony, which depicts and highlights the fundamentals of our full pedagogical journey. Reijo Virtanen’s “Voices of my own?” workshop is the first delivery of this Teachers’ Training series
From January, 15 (2018) to March, 1 (2018) the EACWP makes extensive to all writers living in the continent the invitation to write Europe in a snapshot of 100 words and participate in more than ten different European languages
After attending our 1st. EACWP Teachers Training Course in Normandy (July, 10-13), our colleague Daniéle Pètrés (Aleph-Écriture) reviewed the three main pedagogical sessions dealing with our common working topic: the real. Originally published in L’Inventoire, these chronicles are a first hand testimony, which depicts and highlights the fundamentals of our full pedagogical journey. Alain André’s “Out of the ivory tower” workshop is the first delivery of this teachers’ training series.
From August the 20th to the 24th (2017), our colleagues from Aleph-Écriture (Paris) in collaboration with Literarny Noviny’s editorial office offers a workshop in Prague. Participants are invited to write from travelling and visiting Kafka’s imaginary throughout the city.
In collaboration with the pedagogical magazine L’Inventoire from our French colleagues of Aleph-Écriture (Paris), Louise Muller, representing the editorial team, has carried out a series of interviews to some of our EACWP members with the aim of inquiring into how writing is taught in Europe and elsewhere, but enphasising the location, the geographical implantation and the close environment of the different institutions. This is the first interview held with Petr Bilek, head of Literární noviny in Prague.
In the following article, our vicepresident Alain André (Aleph-Écriture) ponders several representative European values such as freedom of speech, democracy, laïcité and citinzenship and confronts them to the complex socio-cultural reality of racism, poverty, unemployment and marginality undermining the continent.
In this lecture presented in our II International Pedagogical Conference in Finland (October, 2014), Alain André encouraged the audience to think about their own …