Query : Science Education
- Walery Zukow138
- هيئة التحرير46
- W. Zukow44
- Agnieszka Radzimińska41
- Eduardo Galhardo38
- CBS News,33
- Alessandro De Gloria32
- Aldenir Feitosa dos Santos30
- José Crisólogo de Sales Silva30
- Ricardo Santos de Almeida30
- ABC News,28
- Conceição Maria Dias de Lima28
- Maria Candida Soares Del-Masso28
- A. I. Gozhenko27
- Bartosz Kochański26
- Magdalena Weber-Rajek26
- Aleksander Goch24
- Angela Cristina Cilense Zuanon22
- B.V. Toshev22
- Krystian Kałużny22
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences10842
- Communication Sciences3782
- Cultural Heritage and Museology2281
- Political Science2256
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1995
- Gender Studies1904
- Methods and Statistics1903
- Art and Art History1591
- Biological Anthropology1125
- Architecture and Space Management1001
- Economies and Finances896
- Environmental studies536
- Musicology and Performing Arts503
- Archaeology and Prehistory348
- Classical Studies134
Trouche, L. (2003). It and mathematics environments, what uses do you use for what learning?
mathematics, seen as a parangon of pure sciences, often give the image of science built in poor technological environments; however, they have developed by forging powerful material and symbolic tools for themselves (or by exploiting them). Mathematics teaching is generally more in line with the ima...
Translations into minority languages: between a transitional policy and discredit
The New Labour Governments encouraged the emergence of a multi-dimensional language policy, in particular as regards education, the competitiveness of businesses, but also the representation of the Kingdom in the eyes of foreigners. However, none of the vernacular languages of ethnic minorities with...
The teaching of Dutch at the IUT of Saint-Omer-Dunkerque
The Dutch language is taught mainly in northern France along the Belgian border from Dunkirk to Lille. It is the official language of the Netherlands and Flanders. Since 1945, these regions have become rich and industrialised, and “local globalisation” has multiplied the exchange of services and cli...
Log or Linear? Distinct Intuitions of the Number Scale in Western and Amazonian Indigene Cultures
International audience The mapping of numbers onto space is fundamental to measurement and to mathematics. Is this mapping a cultural invention, or a universal intuition shared by all humans regardless of culture and education? We probed number-space mappings in the Mundurucu, an Amazonian indigene...
Public Opinion Concerning the Japanese Constitution, 1963
This study, conducted in August 1963, was the second of two nationwide surveys undertaken by the Japanese government to investigate public opinion regarding the constitution (see also PUBLIC OPINION CONCERNING THE JAPANESE CONSTITUTION, 1962 [ICPSR 7074]). The study probed the public's familiarity w...
Challenges for a sovereign and inclusive development model in Latin America: winning trials
Call organised by the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), the Metropolitan University for Education and Work (UMET) and the Future Institute — Marco Aurélio Garcia (Imag)
Wine teaching in hotel schools
How is wine produced? Given globalisation, economic policies, regional development, the french paradox and education policies, what future does this cultural capital offer, bearing in mind that food practices change status for each generation? And what about this education in the neighbouring countr...
Working class children’s scientific culture : a case study on the social construction of taste, practices and representations of science
This thesis examines the way working class children’s practices and representations of science areconstructed. It aims to renew the approach of persistent inequalities in access to science pathwaysand careers, in which women and people from the working class and/or ethno-racial minoritiesremain larg...
Individual and Collaborative self-regulatory support: peer assessment & video feedback in an EFL task
International audience Self-regulated learning (SRL) includes the cognitive, metacognitive, behavioral, motivational, and emotional/affective aspects of learning. The conceptualization of self and socially regulated learning (SSRL) has recently received much attention and peer assessment (PA) has be...
Vitality of French intelligence research
The publication in early 2020 of the second edition of Olivier Chopin and Benjamin Oudet, Education and Security (at Armand Colin) and of the collective work on intelligence law (led by Olivier Forcade and Bertrand Warusfel, French Documentation) is an indication of the dynamic shown by academic res...
‘We Are the Middle Class’ The New Turkish Middle Class: Identification, Behaviors and Expectations
International audience This article aims to identify and characterise the Turkish middle class. Our objective is to improve its description by implementing a clustering method combining an economic and a sociological approach. Using the Income and Living Conditions Survey (2014), we first identify t...
Establishment of an ETE in secondary education, analysis and modelling of uses: the lorrain case
The digital working environment, which is currently being set up in the lorraine region, provides an overview of the public policies and strategies of the various actors involved in its development. During this study project, we are considering decomposing its development and establishment process w...
The construction of a situated curriculum for teacher training in the province of Santiago del Estero, Argentina
In this work we made a systematization of the approach experience, during 2016, between groups of two institutions: a university and a teacher training institution. The purpose was to contribute to the construction of a pedagogical proposal for teacher training that incorporates knowledge built from...
Publication: The Ethics of Education
PRAIRAT Eirick (ed.). The ethics of education. Personal, professional and institutional issues. Nancy: Academic presses in Nancy, 2014, 186 p. Educational ethics specialists have become accustomed to meeting the Education and Training Network (REF) for almost a decade now. They had the opportunity t...
Language sciences in international cooperation between France and Brazil. The intercultural dimension : from the didactics of language and culture to language and educational policies
In this research, I will question a concept halfway between knowledge and action, interculturality in field oflanguage sciences and more specifically in educational and linguistic policies, within the context ofinternational cooperation between France and Brazil. Which intercultural skills are Frenc...
Heat Treatment Effects on the Antimicrobial Activity of Macrolide and Lincosamide Antibiotics in Milk
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6th EPAL Colloquium: user path
Grenoble Alpes University, Lidilem 7-9 June 2018 The Colloquium Echange for Online Learning (EPAL), organised by Grenoble Alpes University (Lidilem), will hold its sixth edition on 7, 8 and 9 June 2018. The aim of EPAL is to question, in a systemic and multidisciplinary way (education sciences, info...
Publication: Getting professionally trained: an individual and collective dynamic
Placing the thematic issue "Training professionally: individual and collective dynamics”. Academic Science Review, Vol. 37, No. 2, 2011, pp. 230-448. Vocational training requires not only an individual but also a collective dimension. Vocational training involves not only the acquisition of specific...
Augmented reality in chemistry
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Practicing Human Dignity: Ethical Lessons from Commedia dell’Arte and Theater
International audience The paper considers two main cases of how the creative arts can inform a greater appreciation of human dignity. The first case explores a form of theater, Commedia dell’Arte that has deep roots in Italian culture. The second recounts a set of theater exercises done with very m...
ABC News/Washington Post Weapons of Mass Destruction Poll, February 2004
This special topic poll, fielded February 10-11, 2004, was undertaken to assess public opinion on the existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Views were sought on President George W. Bush and his handling of the presidency and issues such as the economy, education, foreign affairs, and hea...
“There are even sluggishings beyond Ecuador”. New critical theory
This article proposes a possible way forward for a critical analysis of the dangers of education sloganisation policies. In order to achieve this objective, the article puts such policies into the context of the strategy devised by the radical neo-centrist hegemonic movement, which has engaged in su...
“Beyond the Legal Tellerrand” — Interview with Tobias Singelnstein
Prof. Dr. Tobias Singelnstein (figure © RUB, Marquard) This contribution is part of the “Law, Politics & Society in doctrine” series. The interview was conducted by Philipp Günther. Mr Singelnstein, at Ruhr University Bochum, leads the Master in Crime, Criminalistics and Police Science. Who is t...
Immersive practices in English language teaching/learning at university: drama and virtual reality
International audience Virtual reality has been brought into the language classroom through the use of virtual worlds such as Second Life (Wigham & Chanier, 2013) to immerse learners in authentic communication situations. Then, technology has made further progress to give way to an even more augment...
Work with babies: a Reflection on Environmental and Spaces at the Bachelor
With the implementation of the new National Curricular Guidelines for Child Education — DCNEI, approved in 2009, early childhood education units now represent spaces in which interactions and play are key pedagogical axes. This article demonstrates, by reporting experience, the organisation of space...