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Georges Daumézon (1912-1979) : a psychiatrist and pedagogue camisard : a singular contribution to educational sciences
This thesis intends to study the pioneering approach of the psychiatrist/pedagogue G. Daumézon (1912-1979), concerning the relationships between both caring and education in psychiatric institutions, marked by the emergence and the development of institutional psychotherapy and pedagogy. The general...
An investigation of mathematics teachers' documentation expertise and its development in collectives : two contrasting cases in China and France
In a time of fast technology development and frequent curriculum reform, the abundance of instructional resources brings teachers both chances and new complexity. This study aims at exploring mathematics teachers’ expertise required for, and developed in, interacting collectively with resources. Sin...
Le projet Junior-Entreprise comme outil pertinent d'initiation à l'entrepreneuriat : une analyse des comportements et des compétences
International audience L’enseignement de l’entrepreneuriat est aujourd’hui présent dans de nombreuses institutions académiques et l’offre de cours comme de programmes ne cesse de croître depuis ces dernières années. Pourtant, au niveau des pratiques pédagogiques mobilisées, force est de constater qu...
Teaching the collaborative writing activity
At a time when some education policies make ‘collaborative competence’ a key to pedagogical renewal, education for digital collaboration is not supported by schools. To build the conditions for sustainable education, we have developed a training model focusing on the autonomy of the learner. We pres...
Rythmes et modalités de construction des paysages culturels holocènes dans les vallées du bassin de la Seine : une lecture historiographique
International audience Depuis la Table Ronde de Motz (2001) sur les variations paléohydrologiques en France au cours des 15 derniers millénaires dans le cadre du programme CNRS « Environnement, vie et sociétés » (PEVS, 1999-2002), les fenêtres d’observation en contexte fluviatile se sont multipliées...
E-Portfolio: a tool for the quality of training
This communication addresses the quality of teaching through the ergonomic analyseergonomics of the tools integrated into the apprenticeship scheme. The tool must be tailored to the needs of the users, actors of the scheme, in particular the student and the teacher. The study aims to assess whether...
From THE CREARING INDIVIDURATE TO THE DIRIGEANT ENTREPRENEUR
This note from Habilitation in Diriger des Recherche (HDR in the rest of the document) suggests putting into perspective various research projects that have been carried out for about ten years now. Since 2003 and enrolment in the first year of doctoral studies, we have developed a number of axes of...
How can we respond to the new needs of local observation? Feedback on local observation
The colloquium acts are online at this address: http://www.gis-cist.fr/CIST-Colloque-preactes.pdf with the increased autonomy of local levels, new observation needs are emerging. Faced with shortcomings in local observation, a focus group on territorial wealth sought to look at their territories in...
Self-writing in Jean Starobinski’s work. A dialectic of subjective and objective, singular and universal
A careful reading of Starobinski’s critico-philosophical rhetoric reveals that there is subjectivity that includes reflexive thinking both in its interpretative speech and in its argumentation. Although it is never a writing in which the criticism is self-portrayed, the same approaches, predilection...
Archives, a tool in building a feminist power ratio: the example of a feminist and trade union group
Feminist group within a trade union, the production of archives, understood as traces of our activist activity, has a threefold political dimension. As material tools for describing and representing a political and feminist action, the archives take into account the time, reality and materiality of...
The summary of the communication as a sociological object The summary of the communication as a sociological object: A thematic, ontological and literary analysis using the Prospero
National audience software The first congress of the Association Française de Sociologie (AFS), held in Villetaneuse in 2004, gave rise to 1067 proposals for communication from the first 920 authors. Can this collection be given a role to represent the state of sociology in France? Should the reason...
Cross the terrain into geography
The crossing method has become common in a number of social sciences. It has recently been theorised by Mr Werner and B. Zimmermann in the book ‘Comparison with cross-history they coordinated in 2004’. The crossing makes it possible to go beyond the comparison as it is normally implemented. This rai...
MOOC and language didactic
This article seeks to question the reflexive practical approach that preceded and accompanied the design of MOOC, FLE Paroles, during the two sessions in November 2015 and 2016. Our intention is to explain the choice of the pedagogical scenario and to show the value of adopting a reflexive posture a...
The post-tourism revisited
The post-tourism “imperfect and temporary” reading grid was proposed to reflect the changing status of tourism, its practices and representations. It is presented as a composite concept designed to combine three major ways of modern tourism: post-tourism (s), trans-tourism and hypertourisme.The text...
The Agreement shall be subject to: acquired at the end of primary school, really?
we conducted a longitudinal data collection (spread over three school years: February 2009 to June 2011). The aim of this study is to better understand the procedures developed by 8-11 year-olds as they move from morphemic to spelling of grammatical spelling. We focus on a competence particularly ex...
ENSEIGNEMENT DE LA GRAMMAIRE AU NIVEAU B2 À L’UNIVERSITÉ
<p>Dans le présent article nous nous sommes proposé d’examiner les méthodes et les techniques d’enseignement de la grammaire du niveau B2 à l’université qui s’inscrivent dans une démarche contrastive-comparatiste-réflexive compte tenu des finalités d’un cours de grammaire qui fait partie de la forma...
Each in his/her place? The ethics of collaborative research in a climate of mistrust
Collaborative research is a source of promises. Not only would our disciplines be taken into account but, moreover, this research would represent a definite added value for the actors involved: minimum collective learning, recognition and empowerment in some cases. Provided that the ambition remains...
Outcome’s assessment of full pulpotomies on permanent mature teeth
Full pulpotomy is a therapeutic in which the coronal pulp portion is removed surgically followed by the capping of the remaining radicular pulp. During the last decade, this therapeutic has been reinvestigated as a definitive treatment of pulp pathologies in mature permanent teeth. Converging datas...
Learning about history and citizenship education: understanding the historical knowledge report of Gabonese secondary school students using a socio-historical approach
The question of the meaning of historical knowledge from the point of view of students as experienced in this thesis highlights their relationship to knowledge. In order to identify this problem of knowledge, we have built it through a twofold approach, one of which, significant, aims to raise the s...
Training analysts in social sciences. Regarding tricks of analysis as pedagogical tools.
International audience The aim of such contribution is to present in a reflexive approach a project of teaching of qualitative and quantitative methods in master 1 of social sciences. It is based on congruent interests of the both methods for the multidisciplinary research investigations. The teachi...
Décloisonner et « faire passer » des savoirs
Conducted by Marion Guenot and Rémi Rouge, this collective interview with Maxime Cervulle, Cornelia Möser and Arthur Vuattoux propounds a reflexive approach of the three studies they are involved in (respectively cultural studies, gender studies and on masculinities). Despite the studies adjacency,...
Evaluation dynamics at stake in collaborative research with second-level teachers and teachers in France
This research explores evaluation dynamics in collaborative research conducted with two multidisciplinary teams of teachers and college teachers in France. It shows how, in a reflexive, critical but also forward-looking approach, the linking of their experiences with an external benchmark, learning...
For a ‘commitment’ in research: moving out of the fine game from concealing his dormant approach in the name of a heightened unveiling For a ‘commitment’ in research: moving out of the fine game from concealing her dormant approach in the name of a staggering crackdown: Communication on 5 February 2016 during the thematic scientific training ED 526 Societies and Organisations: “Committed social sciences”?
this Communication builds on the lesson that I have learned from my text readings in the field of SSC and corresponds to an experience 1 of self-analysis of my work made possible by a series of relevant questions, both for themselves and for their work. I would like to demonstrate that making a prim...
Study the human share of knowledge: information and communication sciences facing the challenge of knowledge anthropology
In this article we question the views of the Information and Communication Sciences on the field of knowledge anthropology. After a brief historical reminder of the creation of this field of study, which, in contrast to positive approaches, gradually turned to a consideration of knowledge from the p...
Praise for translation as an act of reading
Michel Morel sees translation as the equivalent of a first-of-play model. If translation so clearly clarifies reading, it involves a dual reflexive and comparative approach, in relation to the text it translates and the text it produces. Its primary criterion is that of style in its collective and i...