Diana Léocadie

Diana Léocadie is a French teacher at Cambuston secondary school in Saint-André, on the east coast of Reunion Island. An academic trainer, she contributed to the website Les Clefs de l'Ecole and participated in the National Education Meetings in Rennes in 2018 to present an experimental approach showing the environment as mediator. She has co-authored various articles in Les Cahiers Pédagogiques and La Revue de Santé Scolaire et Universitaire, as well as a book published in 2021: L’Ecole est un jardin. L’Elève, un être en fleur (Self-published with Librinova).

Written by Diana Léocadie

  1. Climate action and literacy 25 July 2023

    From poetic pedagogy to a poetics of pedagogy

    Diana Léocadie, Sydalise Dufestin

    Pedagogy speaks of children. Poetry is addressed to children – the children we once were. In this alliance of words, it may then be possible to find something still unexplored, or something so simple we have not thought of it. Something that would open new doors or paths by giving...

    From poetic pedagogy to a poetics of pedagogy