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Justice as Care : From Ronald Dworkin Toward Education
This thesis is about Ronald Dworkin’s conception of justice as equal respect and concern from which we study the interaction between its principles and the development of personal identity. The idea behind it is that justice as equal liberty involves a problem of commensurability : how do we ascerta...
Selection at university entrance: Elitism or humanism: the crucial choice
Selection at university is economically necessary and humanely desirable, provided that it becomes positive and respects democracy. The problem is serious enough, in all respects, not to take any undue risk, let alone to commit itself to a theory or air intuition. A period of experimentation, strict...
The philosophy of German language education. Break with the One: difference — plurality — sociality
"Summary '/titleb Summary: In the tradition of German philosophy, the field is delimited on the one hand by the idea of a general theory (or general pedagogy) of education and on the other by the concept of Bildung as training of the cultural and social subject. The 1960s saw the break-up of the uni...
Three essays on the equity of access to education in sub-saharan Africa
Despite numerous investments that have been made to increase access to education in sub-Saharan Africa, a noteworthy share of children drop out of school prior to completing primary education. To address this issue, this thesis examines the factors that drive education decisions in a rural risky env...
Disorientation of students and indecision of professor disorientation and teacher indecision: two forms of uncertainty identified in media literacy
National audience The aim of this article is to highlight the various forms of uncertainty that are observed in media literacy activities. These aspects are not, in most cases specific to this area, and can be found, often less visibly, in many teaching activities. In a first part, we will define me...
Resilience, from the observation of the phenomenon to the ownership of the concept through education
The aim of this text is to examine the value of the concept of resilience for education, exploring its potential for application capable of interaction between different semantic fields. In order to contribute to a clearer and more rigorous conceptual analysis, the examination of resilience is marke...
Jean-Paul, Jean-Jacques’s reader: the hermeneutical approach to education
‘titrebSummary’/titleb Summary: Jean-Paul Richter’s pedagogy deserves to be reconsidered in the light of recent work on the genesis and development of hermeneutical thinking. Didier Moreau shows that she is involved in the project of universal hermeneutics, going beyond the German Romantism, because...
The Training of Physical-Education Teachers in France and China: A Comparative Analysis of Curricula and Attitudes
International audience This study in comparative physical education examines the curricula followed by physical-education teachers in China and France. It explores how theories of physical education and sport in each country have developed out of specific political, cultural and educational contexts...
Effects of teachers’ practices on student well-being: the approach to target structures
Student well-being is an important issue for the School and society. The purpose of this thesis is therefore to identify whether teachers’ practices can contribute to this. Based on the theory of goals, our studies explore whether practices that encourage mastery and progression with respect to them...
The theoretical foundations of the University-Enterprise Partnership
Proxemic analysis of a mathematical lesson
How can non-verbal communication in the classroom be understood and characterised in its educational effects? The following article seeks to develop, from an exploratory perspective, a specific approach to this issue. On the basis of a case study, the teacher’s work is described in a theoretical fra...
Phenomenological anthropology and theorie of education in Edith Stein's work.
Our purpose is to understand, on the basis of Edith Stein’s work, the link between the structure of human person and education. Educate is assuming the question : “What is human being ?” On the one hand, Stein does not organize systematically her conception of education, so that we must put in evide...
Multimodal learning interactions in a bilingual LSF/French class for deaf children
The recent scientific research on deafness (Hauser -Marschark, 2008) is changing our vision of this deficiency, mainly affecting children’s language abilities. Studies of different sign languages are increasing in Europe, but these languages are still not widely recognised as languages for teaching/...
El cuerpo como materia educativa en la prosa castellana de los siglos 13 y 14 - The body as educational content in late medieval spanish prose: 13th and 14th centuries
<p>O CORPO COMO CONTEÚDO DA EDUCAÇÃO EM PROSA ESPANHOLA DOS SÉCULOS 13 E 14</p><p> </p><p>Resumo</p><p>O artigo propõe a seguinte hipótese: a gênese medieval da educação física remete, sobretudo, à emergência da sensibilidade cortesã, manifestada na aparência distinguida e no autodomínio gestual. A...
Let us disagree
While respect for diversity was a topic ‘on the margins’ of the debates on early childhood education in the 1980 's, it is at the core of many concerns. There is an emerging consensus on how to address issues of diversity in early childhood education theory, policy and practice. Yet, it is precisely...
NOTHING IS FIXED: The EXPERIENCE-NIETZSCHE AND THE Educational QUOTIDIEN
This article is a reading of everyday education by the philosophy of riedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) with concepts such as: experience, nihilism, resentment, poor awareness, strength and will of power. Nietzsche’s theory is used as a tool to reflect on everyday practices in education, to break with t...
The differentiation of Greek behaviour towards Bulgarians towards the middle of the 19th century — Problems of nationaliss-
The Greek intelligentsia discovers and codifies for the first time the national demands of the Bulgarian people quite late, in the years after the Crimean war, at a time when they dream of a Greek national empire, and any territorial claims seemed hostile to them. As Greek nationality was the first...
The differentiation of Greek behaviour towards Bulgarians towards the middle of the 19th century — Problems of nationalismes-
L'intelligentsia Greek discovers and codifies for the first time the national demands of the Bulgarian people quite late, in the years after the Crimean war, at a time when they dream of a Greek national empire, and any territorial claims seemed hostile to them. As Greek nationality was the first to...
The transplant of the feeling of personal efficacy in didactic matters. For the 21st century school
The teacher is no longer simply transmitting the disciplinary content of his subject and educating students; the common objective is to gradually move them towards autonomy and management of the surrounding world. The complexity of society has meant that, regardless of the training, they are asked t...
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...
Why should constructivism be radical?
the term ‘constructivism’ has become fashion in recent years, but several of those who use it do not seem to know that it was launched by Piaget more than 50 years ago, to characterise its revolutionary theory of knowledge. This article shows the main features in which the constructivist orientation...
Position of the authority: between firmness and compassionate (Maternelle: medium — large section)
From the beginning of the year, in view of my difficulties in the classroom, a question arose for me: how can we position its authority well, linking compassionate and firm? In the first school period, my practice was based on a delicate balance between emotional compassionance and maladroite author...
Condensed material: organisation and dynamics
Organisational development and training
When training a group of nurses working in a Community Health Department (DSC), the author uses organisational development concepts (DO) to locate his/her intervention. It gives some definitions of organisational development, identifies training as a means of intervention in this sector and compares...
Impact of motivation and learning styles on the school performance of female engineers
In this study, we explore the contribution of motivation variables and learning styles to predicting the educational performance of female engineers. Learning styles, defined on the basis of the brain preference profile, and motivation to pursue studies, defined on the basis of the self-determinatio...