The founder

I’m Aminata SARR, born in 1976 in West Africa, and the founder of Madrasa Pedagogy©. My educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Educational Sciences, a Master’s degree in Teaching, Education, and Training, and a Master’s degree in Distance Teaching. Over the past two decades, I’ve held various roles, including IT business support in France,

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Bibliographic references

The bibliography encompasses a wide range of topics related to education, linguistics, pedagogy, and cognitive development. It includes references to seminal works in the field, such as studies on communication competence, pragmatic theory, theoretical knowledge, and action-oriented knowledge. Additionally, there are resources on child development, motor coordination, metalinguistic activities, and language acquisition. The references cover

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Madrasa Pedagogy’s principles

Madrasa Pedagogy© is an innovative and advanced teaching methodology rooted in linguistics. This approach integrates principles from linguistic theory into educational practices to enhance the teaching and learning process. By understanding how language shapes cognition, communication, and cultural understanding, Madrasa Pedagogy© aims to create a dynamic and effective learning environment. This method emphasizes the importance

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What’s Conventional Education?

Conventional education, at its core, is an instructional approach rooted in societal conventions and norms. This form of learning hinges on established traditions and shared practices within a community. To unravel the essence of conventional education, we turn to semiotics, specifically Charles Sanders Peirce’s conceptualization of signs and symbols. Defining Conventional EducationConventional education is an…...

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