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  • Preventing bullying at school

    Harassment at school affects many pupils and is a source of suffering that can have harmful consequences until adulthood. It is therefore important to know how to avoid the tragedies that may be caused by harassment. This book seeks to understand the local conditions that encourage the development o...

  • From intervention to prevention?

    1. Description of the service The mobile team service is made up of speakers from outside the schools, whose mission is to intervene — at the request of the head of school — in the event of absenteeism or early school leaving, in the event of a crisis situation in the school, in order to allow for t...

  • Statuts des genres en didactique du français

    Ancrée initialement dans le domaine des études littéraires et linguistiques, la notion de genre a fait, depuis les années 1980, l’objet de nombreuses recherches en didactique du français. Dans ce domaine, les genres ont d’abord fait l’objet de classements conçus essentiellement comme des outils de g...

  • Building blocks for an ethical approach to education?

    uncertainty has been captured by education. Of course, this has always been the case, not least because the educational outcomes have hardly ever been commensurate with the hopes or expectations that we wanted to achieve. Nevertheless, for a long time, and in particular, throughout the expansion of...

  • Conclusion. The arrangements for a meeting

    The teaching situation referred to at the beginning of this work has gradually developed. If the partners — pupils and teachers — find themselves there with the sole aim of participating in the teaching and learning activity, the purpose of the meeting, historical knowledge, is never simply transmit...

  • Chapter II. Students’ history

    The spontaneous definitions that students give of history surprises by their richness. The tone is often thwarted, showing interest in the subject as soon as the initial fear of not ‘knowing to answer’ becomes blurred. There are of course reluctance, closures as well, but quite little account is tak...

  • Chapter VIII. Teaching customs

    Since history became established throughout the nineteenth century as an educational discipline (Furet, 1979), it has undergone debates and reforms, the content of which, under different habits, has always addressed the same problems: links with learned history, search for better adapted teaching me...

  • 39. Continuation

    Geometry, trigonometry, analytical geometry — From the age of 14 years in the Mediterranean Sea, the police track, using a radar, a drug trafficker boat sailing at a speed of 15 knots. She wants to intercept it as quickly as possible and knows the direction of the traffickers’ boat. The police vedet...

  • Continuing training as a professional development area...

    1. Introduction: teacher professionality in progress in the context of continuous training. Continuous teacher training has given rise to investigations in the French-speaking community, for example in social sciences and education. Among the issues and topics dealt with: the organisation of trainin...

  • The school, six years after the ‘missions’ decree

    The ‘missions’ decree (1997), with the significant process of transforming the system it initiates, is a key milestone in school policy in the French Community of Belgium. The aim of this book is to question the reality of compulsory education 6 years after the enactment of that decree. The first ch...

  • Skills seeking equity

    Introduction since September 2001, a new reform has led to a thorough rewriting of curricula in secondary education in the French Community of Belgium. All the curricula of all subjects of transition education (general and technical) are therefore structured around the statement of competences. The...

  • Chapter V. From ‘indicible to the word’

    § 1 — Substance, matter and form — The terms substance and form could recall Louis Hjelmslev’s glossematical theory where the latter’s use of the term ‘content’ could be brought closer to ‘material’ and the use of the word ‘expression’ hjelmsevian to that of Guillaume, but the two authors differ as...

  • The school, the place where knowledge is passed on? Reflections on the Vygotskian legacy in the Soviet Union: the case of V.V. Davydov

    Introduction While it is regrettable or welcomed, we are currently faced with two diametrically opposed interpretations of the work of Lev S. Vygotski (1896-1934), summoned to serve as scientific security with some so-called socio-constructivist reforms, while other works (Brossard, 2004; Schneuwly,...

  • The teaching of elementary arithmetics and the historico-cultural approach to education

    To reflect on the various ways of using Vygotski’s work in the field of education, it is clear to distinguish two as Bernard Schneuwly did at the beginning of this colloquium: A first kind of use he described as ‘socio-constructivist’ takes as its starting point the master-pupil relationship; the ma...

  • Background note

    The theme of a colloquium does not fall from the sky. This is no exception. Although the principle of its implementation by the University of Toulouse-Le Mirail dates back several years — to a commitment made to Jean-Paul Bronckart — the choice of his theme is based on a particular French situation,...

  • Pedagogical and psychological factors in writing: methodological issues

    Theoretical problem Written entry is central to the concerns of two categories of professionals, pedagogues and psychologists. Some of them, in terms of action (trainers or teachers), are responsible for helping the child to solve this daunting problem and wonder how best to do so to be as effective...

  • Chapter 8. Integrative alternance and continuity of innovative teacher training schemes

    Introduction Several studies on the issue of dual education highlight the need for innovative teacher training centres (EN) to establish a dual approach aimed at breaking down the silos between ‘theoretical’ and ‘practical’ knowledge (OLLIVIER and Rückl, 2010).

  • Early literacy, school learning and inequality

    The sociology of education in France resumed strength in the early 1960s when social inequalities in educational outcomes and targets began to be statistically objective. For part of this research community, there was no doubt about the importance of socio-cultural factors to account for these inequ...

  • The concept of context: what is the definition for which psychology? A trial

    Since about 30 years ago, the concept of context has become increasingly important in the cultural and psychosocial approach to cognition. However, this concept does not have an unambiguous definition and, if it is left to grasp, it is by practice rather than by a formal definition (Goodwin and Dura...

  • Introduction

    for the last thirty years there has been a renewed interest in the concept of the social sciences and humanities (Moro -Rickenmann, 2004). With regard to this section, the concept of the situation and its difficulty are examined in the context of appropriate psychological development as described in...

  • Chapter I. Concepts relating to cognition

    § 1 — Representation and expression — The concept of representation is fundamental in the humanities. Unfortunately, as many of the essential terms in these sciences — intelligence, memory, communication, motivation, symbol, sign, index, etc. — are still approximate because of the breadth of their s...

  • Literature and language in ELE teaching: the illustrated album and the new aesthetic and literary currents

    Short analysis and meaning of the illustrated album The illustrated album already belongs to a somewhat old boom in the LIJ, dating back to the 1980s, and which has now rebounded in terms of sales, editorial market and the creation of new dedicated companies. The link with the children’s audience is...

  • Teaching and learning of foreign languages at the time of the CECRL

    The teaching of modern languages in the French education system has been the subject of major reforms, in particular since the launch in 2005 of the plan for the renewal of the teaching of modern foreign languages, backed by the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework of Reference for Language...

  • Visages de la hiérarchisation nazie

    La hiérarchisation des groupes Groupes supérieurs et groupes inférieurs Le naturalisme nazi a une implication spécifique d’importance : la « nature » dont il demande de respecter les exigences est elle-même hiérarchisée. Les « natures » des différentes races ne sont jamais égales entre elles. Chacun...

  • The study of religions at the College and the Fifth Section of the School of Advanced Studies

    "Napoléon Bonaparte, which has been said and written so many things, has not even existed. It is only a light character. It is the personalised sun; and our assertion will be proven if we can see that everything we publish from Napoleon the Grand Greater is borrowed from the great astre. Jean-Baptis...

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