Due to the increasing complexity of the world and society, and the rise of economic and social difficulties, those in charge of education are facing new tensions that affect both adults and children, and particularly affect disadvantaged families and neighbourhoods.
These tensions result in a deterioration of the educational link and the school climate, and a rise in violence and school dropout, correlated with territorial inequalities.
We propose to adult educators new methods and knowledge on human functioning, to enable them to get out of situations linked to behavioural automatisms, sources of conflict, misunderstanding and failure, so that they can interact positively with the children they accompany.
We believe that providing a framework for reading behaviour, common to all members of an educational community, is the most effective way of discussing and resolving problems and improving the way people live together in education.
The Neurocognitive and Behavioural Approach, theorised and developed over the last thirty years, offers a grid for understanding behaviour and encourages the resolution of relational, emotional and cognitive problems, thanks to the use of "adaptive intelligence".
This approach allows for the best possible action in educational situations by using the tools and methods that are proposed through training, workshops and conferences, in order to:
-create the right conditions for learning and a fulfilling education;
-and facilitate the acquisition of psychosocial and emotional skills.