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Cycling and reporting to children’s public spaces: permanence of gender division in a learning facility in a popular neighbourhood in Strasbourg
Research Framework: In the priority neighbourhoods of the City Policy in France, physical activities, whether carried out in the context of travel or leisure, are still lagging behind French territory as a whole. While many pieces of work analyse physical and sporting activities among young people a...
What is the relationship between democratic educational culture and evaluation models?
the study focuses on speeches on an online conversational platform set up under the Council of Europe’s Pestalozzi programme for the professional development of teachers from the 47 member countries. A thematic analysis, lexical and by indicators, was carried out on speeches on how evaluation is per...
TVI (Interactive Television): Distance learning of educators through interactive technologies, “A technology mix for pedagogical functions”.
the TVI project is an innovative and specific training scheme through: Its objectives: Develop the skills of the different frameworks of the 1st cycle of basic education (primary schools); promoting and motivating teachers working in rural areas; improving the quality of basic education; prioritise...
Encourage young people to want: transfer to the place and transmission
At a time when decision-makers and social stakeholders are looking for efficiency and new techniques that facilitate psychosocial and educational action, it is essential not to forget that the driving force behind change and well-being is access to the desire of the social and psychological subject,...
Is humans viable? Is it educated?
the text is part of a historical finding; pedagogy is based on a belief: humans are viable. Every human being is educable. Is this belief not in crisis? The first part of this text highlights the current manifestations of this disbelief in human viability and the educability of young people, adolesc...
Adolescents, teenagers in the face of criminal justice
This article provides a framework for understanding and substantiates assumptions as to the gender differential treatment of adolescents in criminal justice. After a presentation of the public statistics on juvenile delinquency and its institutional responses, analysed in the light of the gender per...
The work of a specialist educator
Specialised education seems to have broken down. At the forefront of the social crisis, educators are often dismissed. Sometimes passive consumers of a broken culture (psychology, sociology, law, economics), who are implementing increasingly disparate social policies, ask about the meaning of their...
Mentoring relationship and patterns of participation in interaction. Analysis of the mentoring of trainees in the field of early childhood
This contribution is intended to provide a better understanding of how childcare teachers taking on a mentoring function in a working situation in order to mentor and accompany female trainees at the start of their vocational training. On the basis of an interactional and multimodal analysis of the...
On the teaching and learning of citizens culture: a task from the school
This article aims to carry out a reflective exercise around the school's task of teaching and learning the civic culture of its children. Following this purpose, the understanding of the development of the social development of boys and girls from the social knowledge environments and the descriptio...
Institutional projects: when the sense of work is achieved. Example of the Shanghai project
The term ‘project’, widely used by the institutions for its participatory connotation, now covers more frequent ad hoc communication activities designed to attract users/voters than commitments built around medium-term objectives aimed at active cooperation between them. The projects, which have bee...
The importance of gender in the professional and personal development/biography of educators and teachers. Triangulation of results
Urgent requests for psychological care in the care of adolescents
‘titrebSummary’/titreb The emergency, ‘crisis’ and adolescence situations tend to plunge adults around the adolescent (parents, teachers, educators, doctors, etc.) into a very specific climate of confusion, concern and excitation which is extremely contagious and gives the feeling of being ‘prevente...
Gender Stereotypes and Child Engagement in Early Childhood Education
the behaviours and attitudes of girls and boys, which are influenced in particular by gendered stereotypes, can have an impact on their educational achievement (OECD, 2015). Considering that early childhood education services [SÉPE] have a direct influence on the development and socialisation of the...
Mustapha Harzoune, Samia Messaoudi, Hervé Pinel (ill.), live together: to answer children’s questions on immigration
, if there is a social fact that is subject to instrumentalisations, polemics, fantasy, and which it is not easy to approach with real objectivity, it is indeed immigration. A title published by Albin Michel jeunesse in September will enable everyone, first and foremost the young people themselves,...
School educators against school 1959-1967
Pedagogy in Basic and Higher Education
This book takes a holistic approach to pedagogy and argues that the purpose of education is to educate the student's whole personality including cognitive, social, and moral domains. The four sections and twelve chapters address the current pedagogical challenges in basic and higher education in int...
Didactics of the aesthetic substances
This anthology presents perspectives on teaching and learning in the arts and is relevant for teachers and teacher students in the arts as well as researchers and PhD candidates. The analytical discussions about children, pupils, teachers and students in varying forms of creative education is treate...
Update of the model of functional fluidity in education
The Eric Berne Prize 2014 was awarded to Susannah Temple, PTTA-E (retired), for his development of an original model of human social behaviour. We have chosen to present this model to you by means of a text published in TAJ flight 34 No 3 July 2004. This version of the article replaces the version p...
Comparative table of students with limited numbers of students in humanities careers in the universities of Peru and Ecuador
A super-endowment is a person whose skills are higher than normal, or those expected for his or her age and condition, in one or more areas of human behaviour. One of the most important objectives of the programmes for super-giants and talents is to help you discover their skills, which discover the...
Analysis in gênery, education and technology in the preferences and perception of adolescents accessing the Internet
In the correlation analysis of Internet intensive use in computers, notebooks, tablets, cellular, it was found that there was no significant link between intensive use of the Internet and being male or female. Meanwhile, in the responses on content access, there was a significant difference between...
Teaching social interaction skills in children at risk of exclusion
This work evaluates the effectiveness of a programme of social interaction skills in a group of four children (aged 5-7) at risk of social exclusion, residing in a Reception Centre. Prior to the implementation of the programme, an assessment of social interaction skills in older children (aged 5-7)...
The clinic of violence Psychanalytic Research
‘titrebSummary’/titreb. It is as a ‘fact of society’ or even as ‘a variety of acts’ that violence has recently become apparent to the reflection of sociologists, anthropologists, educators and psychologists. In these studies and surveys, it appears that violence is primarily if not exclusively envis...
Pastplay : Teaching and Learning History with Technology
In the field of history, the Web and other technologies have become important tools in research and teaching of the past. Yet the use of these tools is limited—many historians and history educators have resisted adopting them because they fail to see how digital tools supplement and even improve upo...
Teaching Crowds: Learning and Social Media
Within the rapidly expanding field of educational technology, learners and educators must confront a seemingly overwhelming selection of tools designed to deliver and facilitate both online and blended learning. Many of these tools assume that learning is configured and delivered in closed contexts,...
Education and violence: Environment and possibilities for teachers’ professional and trade union practice in Colombia.
this article analyses the legal regulation of mechanisms for the protection of teachers in the official Colombian sector on the basis of the initial consideration of factors and circumstances affecting their safety, professional activity and the guarantee of fundamental rights to life, freedom of as...