COSMIC, Circus Pedagogy Goes Digital  

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COSMIC, Circus Pedagogy Goes Digital  

COSMIC is the ongoing project of FEDEC[1], in collaboration with the FFEC[2], and it is quite ambitious and innovative. It aims to introduce professional circus schools to the use of digital technology applied to their pedagogy.
January 14, 2021. North of France in CRAC de Lomme circus school. COSMIC’s first laboratory is in full swing. It brings together more than 30 participants, from our 11 international partners. Altogether, we are working to develop new digital pedagogical methods for circus schools. And this project has never been more useful than in these times troubled by the pandemic. Indeed, students and teachers are often kept at a distance to respect security measures and schools always risk being closed. Let’s start with an example, a trapeze student studying in Israel at Move to Circus could be corrected by a pedagogue teaching at ACAPA in the Netherlands. And it’s exactly the school that the student seeks to integrate into next year. The kind of wonders of the project. This exchange is made possible thanks to ...
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Camille Crucifix

Camille Crucifix is the community manager of FEDEC since October 2020. A new professional activity that she completes with freelance assignments as journalist and artist (audiovisual and performing arts). She has worked in Brussels, her city since she was born. Camille Crucifix prend en charge la communication de la FEDEC depuis octobre 2020. Une nouvelle activité professionnelle qu’elle complète avec des missions freelance comme journaliste et artiste (audiovisuel et arts de la scène). Elle travaille à Bruxelles, sa ville depuis qu’elle est née.