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Building teaching professionality through an interdisciplinary college system
The purpose of this article is to describe as closely as possible the professionality created by the adaptation of two teachers to a non-traditional teaching project brought about by institutional orders. The didactic perspective assumes that beyond the particularities of the teaching environments,...
Sustainable and transferable skills: key to employability
During their working lives, individuals develop skills through various activities, with one or more employers. Some are improving, “capitalising on” their “skills capital” through new employment, a skills assessment, training, resuming education, etc. and therefore remain employable. Sadly, others a...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
“SHE can talk on paper, too”: Sarah Winnemucca, a numa intellectual who engages
, a controversial figure of the Amerindian history of the second half of the 19th century, Sarah Winnemucca appears to be the archaetype of the committed Amerindian intellectual. In a short life marked by tension between idealism and dissilsion, indigenous traditions and openness to alien knowledge,...
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...
Methodological proposal for the development of disposable products classified as sustainable in Mexico
[ES] Currently the effects of the environmental impact are evident. Investment decisions by both producers and countries, and consumer behaviour, remain largely focused on solving local and short-term problems. Design has encouraged this type of consumption model, with an emphasis on creating produc...
“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...
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...
Portraits of primary school pupils by their teachers : the impact of gender
This PhD thesis deals with gender and education, more specifically investigating schools and schoolteachers. This research examines primary schoolteachers’ representations of their female and male pupils. Data have been drawn from the teachers’ portraits of their pupils. With reference to two theore...
Theories of social constructivism in Anglophone historical epistemology in 2000-2015
Social constructionism can be seen as a source of the postmodern movement, and has been influential in the field of cultural studies. The article is devoted to the analysis of the influence of social constructionism in modern Anglophone historiography and historical epistemology (2000-2015). The res...
Service Learning in the University: an experience within the framework of a subject of the Degree in Primary Education
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Emergency tulls: Cologne archival accommodation as mutual assistance and practical training
"Wermert, Christian Wermert, is also deeply affected when the pictures of the collapsed Cologne city archive make the round. ‘I did so in the soul,’ says Wermert, who is employed as a municipal archivist by the Nottul Municipal Administration. Wermert has a good knowledge of the Cologne City Archive...
Neither by chance, nor planned. : Gender, sexuality and childbearing during youth in Russia (1970s-2010s)
This study addresses, from a sociological and sociohistorical point of view, the transitions to adulthood of two generations of Russian women by focusing on their entry into sexuality, into conjugality and into motherhood. Interviews were held in Moscow and in Saint Petersburg with women (N=32) and...
Young people and random cultures: from precarious employment to professional socialisation [Report]
The combination of the decline in the classic model of work and its extension between two ages, young people, created uncertainty at the borders of the labour markets. We are faced with a rather strong paradox: on the one hand, the employee remains the main focal point and full employment the object...
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...
The Intercultural University of Nations and Peuples Autochtones Amawtay Wasi. Can indigenous higher education contribute to the decolonisation of society in Ecuador?
the Intercultural University of Indigenous Nations and Peoples, Amawtay Wasi (House of Sagesse, Kichwa) was officially established in 2004, following the indigenous struggles of the 1990s in Ecuador. At the time, the UN Charter of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was not yet endorsed, and Ecuador ha...
Politics, the savant and the people The politics, the savant and the people: The establishment of a canon of popular songs of French national tradition in the nineteenth century mitan
This article proposes a re-visit of the ‘Fortoul survey’, a collection of popular poetry carried out in France under the auspices of the Ministry of Public Instruction and Cultes between 1852 and 1877. In contrast to a dominant historical reading which considers that, at that time, the definition of...
States General of Antiquity (EGA 2018)
On 8 June 2018, the Second General States of Antiquity will be held in Sorbonne. They will be organised around 4 round table (Provisional Programme): (Re) think politics: citizen antiquity Partager, understand, like: ancient heritage around the Mediterranean Education: What humanism do we want to bu...