Marion Voillot

Marion Voillot

Marion Voillot

Architect and designer; Centre for Research and Interdisciplinarity, Paris

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Architect and designer; Centre for Research and Interdisciplinarity, Paris

Architect and designer, Marion Voillot is currently working at the Motion Lab of the CRI (Center of Research and Interdisciplarity) in Paris as a pedagogical designer. Sharing a cross-disciplinary vision of architecture and design, she is creating pedagogical scenarios for kindergartens, by developing alternative methods, digital tools and learning environments. These scenarios are intended to place gestures and senses at the heart of the learning process in the digital era. She is just starting a PhD between CRI, IRCAM (Institute for Research and Coordination in Acoustics/Music) and ENSCI-Les Ateliers (French National Institute for Advanced Studies in Industrial Design) in the following subject: The Body at the Heart of Learning leveraging Digital Technology: Exploring a New Paradigm for Early Childhood Education.

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Young Children, Digital Technology and the School of Tomorrow
Get Full Text in PDF Abstract Our society is being digitised, which means that digital technology transforms every aspect of the society. Smartphones and tablets have literally invaded our daily life and children are becoming digital users from an early age. They easily adapt to these everyday objects. Alternative pedagogical approaches share common values enhanced by digital culture, such as development of the senses, investment and mutual aid, as well as autonomy. The relationship between...