Query : Attitude de l'enseignant
- Aubin, Harmonie1
- Chaltiel, Maroussia1
- Garreau, Simon1
- Hélie, Thierry1
- Meurisse, Clotilde1
- Vandamme, Pierre-Etienne1
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The project approach: an emancipating approach for students
The project approach is an approach to teaching in which the posture of the teacher and the pupils is changed. In this memory, I wondered about this project approach practice, what the teacher should change and the effects on students. I have made the assumption that changing the teacher’s posture t...
The experience of specialized teachers with students with autism : a clinical approach
The author is both a teacher with a vast experience in teaching autistic pupils, and a student of Paris Descartes University in Science of Education, with on a clinical and psychoanalytical approach. The thesis questions the experience of special educational needs (SEN) teachers, specialised in the...
“Professor’s moral, Eirick Prairat (2013). Minutes”
The latest book by Eirick Prairat education science specialist questions the moral attitude that should guide the teaching, i.e. the principles of action he needs to mobilise in order to be a just professor. Rejecting pure ethics and consistency, as well as the ethics of virtues, he defended ethics...
Pupils with special educational needs: to what extent do the difficulties of a dyslexic pupil go beyond language proficiency and therefore what adjustments need to be made?
the law of 11 February 2005 ensures that dyslexic pupils have an appropriate educational pathway. This requires adjusted care by the teacher in order not to limit the student’s potential intellectual development, while at the same time facilitating access to knowledge, learning and remembrance. Howe...
How to encourage pupils to develop a language reflex attitude?
language studies are more than ever at the centre of French education, and the new programmes of French at the high school (2019) attest to this. Yet another consensus stands together: it is a highly complex teaching, both in terms of moderate, if not limited, interest on the part of students and of...