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- Gabola, Piera2
- Aroha Page1
- Assimacopoulou, F.1
- Auger, Nathalie1
- Bastos, Maria Helena Camara1
- Bernard Andrieu1
- Biderman, Maya1
- Boidin, Capucine1
- Bombay, Amy1
- Bossard, Michel-Noël1
- Boudreau, Jordan1
- Bouvier, Cassandre1
- Buchard, Julien1
- Calvet, Yann1
- Capt, Vincent1
- Caraguel, Valérie1
- Cardon-Quint, Clémence1
- Céline Delcroix1
- Chatzis, Konstantinos1
- Chiodi, Vera1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences19
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- Communication Sciences3
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- Art and Art History2
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The Society of History and Geography Professors (SPHG) and its members (1910-1939): academic actors and disciplines
, most of which emerged at the beginning of the xx century, have often been perceived as conservative corporatist groups, and in particular the Society of History and Geography Professors (SPHG), and as such have been made responsible for the difficulty of reforming the school disciplines they inten...
Attack on the teaching profession. Response from the Coordination of philosophers to the assassination of Samuel Paty
Multi-paradigmatic bases of human training: Contributions of trans-personal, intercultural and spirituality paradigms for education in Brazil and France
The aim of this research is to analyse how transpersonal content and expressions of spirituality in the inter-cultural context between Brazil and France can broaden the understanding of the multidimensional human training process, in order to understand the dilemmas of conceptualisation and educatio...
The teaching profession in Cameroon of period comment colonial in our days in the social, political and labor-union context : the process of professionalization of the Cameroonian teachers
The general States of the education held in Yaoundé in 1995, consequences of the teaching movements following the wage cuts of 1993, on labor-union pressure, allowed to make the diagnosis of the Cameroonian education system generally and the teaching profession in particular. If the conclusions of t...
Teacher’s Salary Differentials and the Quality of Educational Services : Recent Developments in Saskatchewan
This paper examines the relationship between teacher wage determination and the distribution of teacher skill-mix, based on recent Saskatchewan data. The authors argue that while centralized bargaining produces more uniform wage scale throughout the Province, it does not necessarily lead to the unif...
Governmentality dynamics within public professional bureaucracies: the case of public secondary schools
In 1985, middle and high public schools become organizations as professional bureaucracies where teachers have a strong autonomy that none control from principals is possible.In 2001, the Constitutional Bylaw on Budget Acts (LOLF) embodies the era for the French state of New Public Management (NPM)...
L'évaluation des enseignants : une intervention dans la concertation "refondation" de l'école
<![CDATA[Je participe depuis juillet au processus de concertation engagé par le gouvernement sous l'intitulé "Refondons l'école de la République", au titre des personnalités qualifiées. En fait, le coeur de cible de la concertation est l'ensemble des représentants du monde éducatif : organisations r...
The status of the teacher — researcher in comparative law. Contribution to the analysis of public policies in Africa The status of teacher — researcher in comparative law. Contribution to the analysis of public policies in Africa: Contributing to the analysis of public policies in Africa
Largement inspired by French law, the status of researcher teacher in African rights is not only a set of rules governing the condition and career of academics, it is also a text whose adoption follows a certain formalism. As in France, the teacher statutes are governed by a decree in accordance wit...
A certain idea of communication research
The Institute of Information and Communication Sciences (ISIC) is a training and research unit of Michel University of Montaigne-Bordeaux 3. With a reduced workforce, around 250 students, and an available and active teaching force, ISIC is a real university school. We usually speak about his school...
LA INTEGRACIÓN DEL ALUMNADO EXTRANJERO EN LAS ISLAS BALEARES. EL PAPEL DE LA GEOGRAFÍA
<p>RESUMEN:<br />“La integración del alumnado extranjero a las Islas Baleares. El papel de la geografía” es un conjunto de reflexiones, informaciones y sugerencias de actuación en torno a la integración del alumnado extranjero, proporcionadas por un profesor de geografía humana, dentro un ámbito ter...
The effects of sex norms in school teachers primaire
Les effects of sex norms among primary school teachers In this article, I propose to report on the gender roles played by primary school teachers in social and cultural construction on their professional identity, and therefore to highlight how sex norms can govern these gender professional identiti...
Teachers in primary and secondary education in the face of knowledge: Sketch of a teaching knowledge issue
After having introduced some general considerations on the situation of teaching staff in relation to knowledge, this article identifies and defines the various knowledge involved in teaching practice, as well as the relationship between the teaching staff and the same knowledge. We show: (1) teachi...
Cantonal policies and practices on HIV/AIDS prevention and sexual education at school
[Table of Contents] I. Introduction and methodology. 1. Overall assessment of the HIV/AIDS prevention strategy in Switzerland. 2. Evaluation questions. 3. Development of the analytical grid. 4. Interviews at federal level. 5. Cantonal synthesis and validation procedure. 6. Cross-sectional analysis o...
Auguste Bravais and crystalline networks
article on the Blog “International Year of Crystallography” 2014 — International year of crystallography http://aicr2014.univ-lyon1.fr/histoire/bravais-les-reseaux-cristallins/ polytechnician, recognised researcher, naturalist traveller and teacher, Auguste Bravais (1811-1863) was illustrated in are...
Second degree professors The second degree professors: contribution to the study of the teaching staff
National audience "French secondary education now has about 60.000 teachers. [...] How can teachers know? [...] What is the social origin of teachers? [...] "[publisher jacquette]
Expériences corporelles et gestes professionnels
International audience Ce Tome 2 prolonge le premier Tome paru en octobre 2014, suite à un appel à communication initié par Bernard Andrieu et Nathalie Gal-Petitfaux, sur le thème : Expériences corporelles et gestes professionnels. L’attractivité de ce thème a donné lieu à la soumission de plus de 3...
The future teaching staff
What obstacles do the teaching community face in the full and active implementation of gender-inclusive education as a key to understanding current and future social and environmental challenges?
replication of social and gender inequalities at school is now well documented, but the mobilisation of the teaching community is still awaited. The role of women in history, literature, art and science is little reflected in school textbooks as a whole. In addition to the obstacle posed by a prescr...
‘Literary’ or ‘scientific’? Pupils in the face of the social division of knowledge and educational inequalities
Although members of the teaching profession are not always aware of this, the school, as a focal point for education and socialisation, has a strategic and decisive place in terms of learning, building and transmission of gender roles. Educational practices taking place in schools help to forge and...
The voluntary sector: the illusion of image education in France?
the various awareness-raising and image education programmes created by the State since the late 80s initially ruled out a voluntary sector that was then heavily involved in the transmission of film culture — film clubs — and instead chose to invest commercial cinemas, and more particularly the Art...
Nicaragua of sandinists: a mirror of the Spanish democratic transition (1978-1985)
Ten years after the rape and murder of Cassandre Bouvier and Houria Moumni in Argentina, the research work that Cassandre had devoted extensively and was about to be completed at the time of its disappearance is finally published in the IHEAL Publishing. This book is first and foremost a tribute giv...
Links/interdependencies between the health of school directorates/teaching staff and pupils’ health, as well as their educational success. Results of literature research and basis for argumentation.
the culture of well-being at school and the quality of teachers’ work experience is a very current and important topic considering the role that teachers play in the development of new generations (Bassi, Coppa, Sartori, Delle Fave, 2008). The school is indeed a favourable environment for the implem...
Antidualisms in maker literacies research: process, materialities, mappings
This article returns to the centrality of craft-making as a push to consider ontological antidualisms and further considerations for materials, humans, nonhuman, and more-than-human bodies. The research seeks answers to the question: (where) is theory enacted when human actors craft? Part of the ans...
Body and socialisation
Socialisation is at the heart of sociology, determining the comprehension and explanation of many social phenomenes. This concept of ‘cle’ is rarely addressed through the body’s problem, which is essential to socialisation, which must be approached from a sociological perspective. This article there...
Body expressions in the test of body and senses altering
When people with motor or sensory impairments, artistic physical activities can create resistances and attractions that we try to understand here. In addition to these psychological aspects that are more or less shared by these people, it is also necessary to examine the extent to which the deficien...