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Domestic education in France. Science and Technology for Women 1880-1980.
household education, which is now part of missing school disciplines, reflects cultural, ideological, economic, demographic, political and school upheavals from 1880 to 1980. The rediscovery of its contents, their selection and organisation, its teaching doctrine and its bringing into order for prim...
Acceptions, dénotation, frontières du concept de valeur
International audience As we tried to identify and compare the implicit and explicit values declared by 191 junior High School music teachers and because we assume that the clarifcation of values helps to make that teaching intelligible, we have been led to examine the concept of value from a perspe...
Evaluation in teacher training
This collective book addresses the issue of evaluation in teacher training. The aim is to determine how, in France, in national education, agricultural education and elsewhere in Switzerland, teachers and teachers are assessed and certified as part of their initial training. This problem is all the...
“Deliverables” produced by agronomic research and professional agricultural bodies: what is their resource for agricultural technical education?
Postface — Sociology of arable crops: reading an agronomist
National audience, mobilising research carried out in different countries, this book gives us a better understanding of large-scale socio-technical systems and their connection with public policies. I have been attracted by networking networks of stakeholders, collective representations, innovation...
The level of difficulty of school tasks: limited room for manoeuvre for teachers
This article focuses on the level of difficulty of the tasks that teachers offer to their students in reading situations (text discovery), during the preparatory course. The hypothesis put to the test is that experienced teachers have built know-how, diagrams concerning the choice of the level of di...
Social matters — Chapter 8: The emergence of groups and spheres of activity
The eighth chapter of ‘Social policy’. Sketch of an ontology for social sciences "presented some ideas on a topic that I had the opportunity to study more concretely, the emergence of smaller, intermediate groups, such as organisations (I will take the case of businesses) and social worlds (in scien...
Call for communications — Study Day "The topic “Pesticides” in the social sciences and humanities. What knowledge for what ecological transition? "
Since the end of World War II, pesticides have become the cornerstone of an agricultural model based on the increasing use of chemistry inputs. Seen for a long time as a revolutionary step to protect crops, improve agricultural yields and meet the food needs of a growing world population, these subs...
The social rise of girls in public assistance (1880-1940)
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIn the third Republic, the public assistance automatically maintains desktops and assisted children are overwhelmingly burdened on farms at the age of thirteen. Later on, boys have little success in emancipating, notably through military service and factory work. Girls, on the...
Agriculture and economic development: Specialist education: AAD: Economy
The overall economic picture (TES) describes how an economy acquires resources and confines itself to using them; it contains data from the national production accounts of the various branches and sets out their trading relationships in the form of deliveries (outputs) and internal consumption (inpu...
“The next generation of cultivators”: teaching agriculture in Iraq, Palestine and Transjordan (1920-1960)
Agriculture was the key economic sector of Iraq, Palestine and Transjordan/Jordan during the first half of the 20th century. Local and colonial administrators alike saw increasing agricultural productivity as indispensable, emphasising the development of education as one of the most effective ways o...
The origin of the Law of 2 August 1918
The Law of 2 August 1918 on the organisation of public agricultural education marks an important step in the long history of this order of education: it constituted the ‘Charter’ until 1960. However, the legislator’s ambitions have not been accompanied by the necessary financial means and success ha...
A pioneer in agricultural education: Dr Simon Bonnet (1782-1872)
Only 1836, Simon Bonnet, from a village close to Besançon, the son of a farmer, is developing a science-based agricultural education. This instruction is distributed in the context of agricultural comices, which he helps to create in the department of Doubs with the support of the prefect. The first...
The gastronomic heritage factory in the Ain departmental museums: a cross adventure between botanical, history, ethnology and arts
L’Ain is a piece of gastronomy, which has given rise to Brillat-Savarin and is described by gastronomes as culinary ‘perfection’. The area of trade and circulation between the Rhône Valley, Switzerland and Bourgogne, a source of supply for neighbouring cities, has built its regional identity in part...
Agricultural development in the Sahel, Volume IV Challenges, research and innovation in the Sahel. J. -M. Yung, P.-M. Bosc, CIRAD, Collection Documents Agricultural Systems No 17, 1992,385 pp.
with the observation that many rural development operations in the Sahel were ineffective or even failed, development operators and researchers were questioned. This book can be seen as a response to part of French research. A first part containing numerous quotations or extracts from works provides...
The notion of the " reflective professional " in education: relevance, uses and limits
Constatando o alto impacto e a influência da noção de “profissional reflexivo” de Schön no âmbito da educação em nível internacional, este artigo propõe que sejam repensados sua interpretação e uso, sobretudo no estudo do trabalho docente e na formação dos professores. A tese central defendida é que...
The desire to learn science at school: research contributions and opportunities for secondary education
The various successive reports both in France and abroad show that for some 15 years young people have no longer been attracted to scientific studies. This disaffection is becoming worrying, both by its persistence and by the mortgages it poses to the economic development and democratic functioning...
Lived by families of children (from birth to 6 years) during the COVID-19 lockdown
We are a group of researchers in humanities and social sciences (psychology, sociology, information and communication sciences, anthropology) and in public health and medicine, studying the development of young children within their families and in different life contexts. The current COVID-19 pande...
Education, digital future and practices of rural girls aged 15-24. Mobile telephony as an escape route in a daily life without a horizon?
systematically present as a statistical category, young rural women combine two structural discrimination in Moroccan society: the femininity and rurality of young people in their case. The inaudibility of young rural women is still relevant; this is largely due not only to the marginal interest of...
Using «Instruction by the use of stand-ins» to transform the way secondary school principals work
International audience “Instruction by the use of stand-ins” is a technique used to explore experience in the workplace. Taking the form of a dialogue between an instructor and a stand-in it does not rely on any documented record or trace of the activity discussed. The technique is tested here with...
The visual arts didactic approach at MEEF Master of Agricultural Education
EA 4154 (Toulouse Jean Jaurès University) Introduction/context to the National Higher Education Training School of Agricultural Education (ENSFEA), which trains, among other students, the trainee teachers of Agricultural Technical Education, and as part of the Master’s Degree in Education, Education...
Science education in an uncertain world Science education in an uncertain world: How do the teachers grasp the uncertainties of the acute question of agroecological transition? Case study with general education and agricultural education teachers in training contexts.
We live in the age of uncertainties. The development of technosciences creates huge interrogations for which societies are unable to answer with certainty and universality. In addition to the fundamental epistemological debate about the certainty of scientific knowledge appear by now some social, po...
The pursuit of productivity in agriculture: A socioanthropology of the industrialization of the French countryside
Editions of the EHESS Rural Studies 2008/1-181 ISSN 0014-2182, ISBN 9782713221767, pages 115-132; International hearing; For a few years now, some farmers, concerned about the demographic hemorrhage in their occupation, and a segment of public opinion, aware of environmental issues, have been questi...
Economic Development and the Church in French Canada
The author has chosen to dwell at some length of the methodology, limitations and general conclusions of his research project — his doctoral thesis presented at Harvard University. Among the more interesting findings of this research is the following : there appears to be little hard evidence that t...
: Theory / practice? Bridging the Divisions in Music Education
International audience The founding opposition or distinction between theory and musical practice, in other words between those who know what music is made of and those who practice it, has been effective since Antiquity. Relayed by Boethius, it crystallizes in the Middle Ages through the judgment w...