Assistant Educational Director
Claudia Renau is a geography teacher and knows the school world well: she taught history and geography in secondary schools for ten years and was involved in the Clionautes association, which promotes the use of the Internet in the classroom. She then turned to teacher training at the IUFM in Paris, where she was able to appreciate the warm welcome given to project-based teaching.
Now a publisher, active in family education networks and passionate about the effectiveness of autonomous and informal learning, she wanted to propose a small book linking these two worlds, so that they could better understand each other, for the benefit of children.
She is the author of Informal learning explained to my inspector.