How can changes in farming practices be achieved through training and apprenticeships? How can we identify and remove certain obstacles to the adoption of innovations? This article (only in French) sheds light on the subject through the prism of social psychology, giving us a few keys to improving our teaching methods for disseminating technical or social innovations.
An article published in Les Cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale (Presses universitaires de l’Université de Liège), co-authored by :
– Daniel Faulx, Professor at the Adult Learning and Continuing Education Unit at ULiège
– Cybill Nion, Project Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation Manager and Training Manager at Eclosio
– Pierre Collière, project manager and agroecology and natural resource management advisor at Eclosio
– Eric Capoen, agroecology and knowledge management advisor for Eclosio’s Andean zone regional programme.
The article is available in PDF format (French only) here.