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The competency approach in Algeria: from theory to practice
The Algerian Ministry of National Education recommended adopting the competency-based approach as early as 2002. To what extent are the institutional theoretical documents and French-language manuals in line with the foundations of this approach? How do teachers receive and evaluate the reform? Did...
Combating Procrastination on MOOCs via Optimal Calls-to-Action
Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) are a booming phenomenon in the digital era, having attracted millions of users around the world to date. At the same time, educational delivery via MOOCs comes with its own distinct difficulties for students and instructors, as the online nature of MOOCs creates...
Feminist collective action. From the class struggle to the gender struggle? The case Ni una menos
In this article a feasible explanation of contemporary social movements is proposed, considering the feminist collective action of the Argentine case "Ni Una Menos" and four visible components in it: the structural, the political, the strategic and the cultural. For this, perspectives of different t...
Inclusion of students with educational needs in Chile: tensions between theory and practice
This article discusses how public policy understands the concept of inclusion of students with special educational needs or skills, translates it into legislation and brings such regulations into practice. Based on an ethnographic observation, we explore the diverse ways in which inclusive practices...
Service Learning in the University: an experience within the framework of a subject of the Degree in Primary Education
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Self-confidence and educational metamorphosis
This article is looking for how, in education, trust in itself was underpinned by trust in the educator. By distinguishing trust and seduction, the original plan to steer subjects towards emancipation is given back to education. As a first step, this project is examined through the Friendship theory...
Epistemology of knowledge taught, appropriate and used in physiotherapy. : Contribution of research results in science education to the creation of a discipline physiotherapy to ensure patient safety and quality of care
The profession of physiotherapist is located at a crossroads. Ongoing reforms lead to questioning the knowledge and skills taught physiotherapists to ensure patient safety and quality of care. It was sought to know the origin of knowledge in physiotherapy devices and evaluate teaching and ownership...
The learning service-service values map
Summary. Despite the fact that specialised literature recognises service-learning as a relevant methodology for value education, a sufficiently comprehensive relationship of active plurality of values is not yet available. The aim of this article is to construct a reliable map of the values proposed...
Assembling Internationalization through Policies in the Governance of Higher Education
Specialization: Educational Administration and Leadership Degree: Doctor of Philosophy Abstract: The purpose of this study was to trace how relationships between global, national and local policy spheres are enacted as actors assemble in educational governance through their engagement with internati...
Aid for the study of Cellular Biology in the first year of the bachelor’s degree
Marc Thiry Pierre Rigo (Biology, ULiège) presented a success support scheme set up since 2011 at the first year of the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Liège. The aim of this scheme is to encourage students to work more regularly on the subject. In practical terms, study support sessions wor...
Zbigniew Geppert (1934-1982): Constructivism is a problem, not an aesthetic
A recent publication by the Muzeum Współczesne in Wrocław sheds light on a compelling, even though not yet fully acknowledged, practice of the Polish artist Zbigniew Geppert (1934-1982). The trajectory of Geppert’s artistic development was not uncommon for his time, as the artist studied respectivel...
Development of health-saving competencies in students from dysfunctional families as a factor of socialization and formation of a healthy behavior model
The paper presents a study of the specific features of socialization, as well as the formation and development of health promoting competences in students from dysfunctional families. The authors of the paper conducted a theoretical and methodological analysis of the stated problem (the characterist...
Acquisition of knowledge from automatic text selections: attempt to operationalise the Conjoining Development Area
The paper documents can be ordered from http://www.utc.fr/tice2004/commande_actes_tice2004.doc This article presents a digital school manual and its experimentation with graduate students and IUFM trainees. Rafales (Automatic Compendium promoting the acquisition of a foreign language of speciality)...
The perception of education from a sociological perspective
This text aims to discuss knowledge of the main classical and neoclassical theory of the sociology of education by summarising the ideas of K. Marx, E. Durkheim, K. Mannheim and T. Parsons. In this reflective trilogy, there is a strong convergence of ideas which can be regarded as complementary in e...
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...
What remains of our gender courses? Testimony of American teacher in span style = ‘font-style’: Italic; bFrench studies on an American campus
by reflecting on my teaching practice as a teacher of Gender Studies at a small university in New England, I come back to the idea that the United States would be the World Mecque of Gender Studies. Although this field of study seems to be successful here, appearances may nevertheless be misleading....
Family physicians’ professional identity formation: a study protocol to explore impression management processes in institutional academic contexts
International audience Background: Despite significant differences in terms of medical training and health care context, the phenomenon of medical students’ declining interest in family medicine has been well documented in North America and in many other developed countries as well. As part of a res...
Equality and Quality in Inclusive Education in Australia: the case of pupils with disabilities
International inclusive education has been articulated and interpreted differently for practice, focusing on both equity and quality in education. This article is based on research data commissioned by Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) for the Australian Ministry of Educati...
Kaiser Ferdinand III: (1608-1657): A biography
Ferdinand III. inherited the Thirty Years' war from its father, Ferdinand II.. In the centre of his reign, the war ended in 1648 with the Peace of Westphalia and thereby the long time of the confessional arguments going along with denomination questions. The Peace of Westphalia was at the same time...
AKKARI Abdeljalil, Radhouane MyriamThe Intercultural Approaches in Education: between theory and practice Laval: PUL: Laval University press, 2019, 285 p.A Increasing cultural diversity characterises our contemporary societies shaped by globalisation and migration. This diversity is reflected in edu...
Learning organization practices in empowerment District Education Offices through Indicators of change management
The purpose of this study is to explore the practices of learning organizations in the District Education Office (DEO) from the perspective of Officers and Deputy District Education Office Officers. Qualitative research using semi-structured interviews involved seven informants, consisting of five H...
Characterizing water security with a watershed approach: Case study Veracruz, Mexico
187 203 25 3 Carrillo-Martínez, J.T., Backhoff-Pohls, M.A., Carrasco-Esparza, R.D., González-Moreno, J.O., Hernández-Mauricio, M.R., Meza-Martínez, L.I., Montoya-Ortíz, L.A., Morales-Bautista, E.M., Rangel-Espinosa, M. del R., Rodríguez-Bonilla, J.C., Rodríguez-García, E., Serna-García, M., Vallecil...
Linear matrix inequalities in multirate control over networks
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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...
Kaiser Ferdinand III. (1608–1657)
Ferdinand III. erbte von seinem Vater, Ferdinand II., den Dreißigjährigen Krieg. In der Mitte seiner Regierungszeit endete dieser Krieg 1648 mit dem Westfälischen Frieden und damit die lange Zeit der kriegerischen Auseinandersetzungen um konfessionelle Fragen. Der Westfälische Friede war zugleich ei...