Query : curriculum development
- Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Zentrum für Lehrerbildung und Bildungsforschung11
- Hayes, Alexander10
- Margaret McMillan8
- Rob O'Donoghue7
- Klinger Teodoro Ciríaco6
- Mailoo Selvaratnam6
- Andrew King5
- Antonio Serafim Pereira4
- Ednei Morais Pereira4
- Fátima de Souza Freire4
- Gordon Woods4
- Ignacio Polo Martínez4
- Jennifer Reid4
- Matheus de Mendonça Marques4
- Peter MacPherson4
- Picco, Sofía4
- Poumay, Marianne4
- Powsiri Klinkhachorn4
- Thaise Corcino da Nóbrega4
- Vojtěch Žák4
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences2494
- Communication Sciences372
- Art and Art History285
- Gender Studies220
- Cultural Heritage and Museology206
- Architecture and Space Management198
- Musicology and Performing Arts188
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology182
- Methods and Statistics176
- Political Science119
- Economies and Finances88
- Environmental studies52
- Biological Anthropology36
- Archaeology and Prehistory30
- Classical Studies3
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...
The construction of a situated curriculum for teacher training in the province of Santiago del Estero, Argentina
In this work we made a systematization of the approach experience, during 2016, between groups of two institutions: a university and a teacher training institution. The purpose was to contribute to the construction of a pedagogical proposal for teacher training that incorporates knowledge built from...
School planning and management processes: education projects for diversity
In this work we carried out a study on the scenarios to be considered by educational projects designed to cater for the diversity of students, in which schools should make their educational proposals explicit and extend to all sectors that make up the education community. We understand that the draf...
Service Learning in the University: an experience within the framework of a subject of the Degree in Primary Education
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Introduction to "Teaching old languages in the digital age: learning by and for digital humanities’
‘Classics’ have an important place in Digital Humanities and, in France itself, ‘Antiquity languages and cultures’ or ‘Antiquity sciences’ are also beginning to play a part in the development of digital humanities: more and more projects are being proposed and implemented, particularly in the area o...
Fast Response Survey System (FRSS): Arts Education Surveys of Secondary School Teachers, 2009-2010
<p> The Fast Response Survey System (FRSS) was established in 1975 by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), United States Department of Education. FRSS is designed to collect issue-oriented data within a relatively short time frame. FRSS collects data from state education agencies, lo...
Sociology du curriculum
Sociologie du curriculum, un ouvrage sous la direction de Jean-Claude Forquin (Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2008) La sociologie française de l’éducation a connu un fort développement à partir des années 1980. Elle s’est enrichie d’une part, de l’apport des travaux étrangers, et notamment anglo-...
An investigation of mathematics teachers' documentation expertise and its development in collectives : two contrasting cases in China and France
In a time of fast technology development and frequent curriculum reform, the abundance of instructional resources brings teachers both chances and new complexity. This study aims at exploring mathematics teachers’ expertise required for, and developed in, interacting collectively with resources. Sin...
The issues involved in integrating the BIM approach to building data modelling into university education: case of an engineering school The issues involved in integrating the BIM approach to building data modelling into university education: case of an engineering school: Learning experience and reflection
The growing success of the building data modelling approach (BIM) changes the paradigm for the functioning of the construction industry and universities face significant challenges in their efforts to introduce the BIM approach into education. A number of studies have examined the issue, but each st...
Centring Human Connections in the Education of Health Professionals
Many of today’s learning environments are dominated by technology or procedure-driven approaches that leave learners feeling alone and disconnected. The authors of Centring Human Connections in the Education of Health Professionals argue that educational processes in the health disciplines should mo...
The curriculum and differences in gênery and sexuality in EJA/Curriculum and gender and sexuality differences in EJA
contemporaneity presents us with a wide discussion on various topics that are part of the social context, and are necessarily discussed in the classroom. Society as a whole, through communication vehicles, has been talking much about gênery and sexuality, and working on these issues in the education...
The school form and knowledge
At the colloquium ‘The form of school, a prisoner of its success’, held in Lyon on 29 and 30 June, a round table was held on the relationship between disciplines, curricula and schooling. What is the relationship between school form and curriculum, who makes the substance, who gives the form? Roger-...
Milestones: Mathematics and curriculum
How to teach mathematics and to whom? The proponents of thinking education are opposed to those in technical education. The content that is supposed to train reasoning and rigour differs from content that provides tools for social, professional or other disciplines. In addition to the disagreement o...
Chapter 4. Training in health: elements of a problem
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe studies in medicine, pharmacy and dental surgery are at the centre of the concerns of academic institutions which declare them to be ‘protected pathways’. The conditions of access are ‘draconian’ according to students’ parents, resulting in constant pressure on decision-mak...
Care and automation in artistic and technological education classes: An ethnographic trial on intellectual emancipation at a secondary school in the city of La Plata
This work describes some curriculum spaces of the artistic and technological education of a secondary school in the City of La Plata (Province of Buenos Aires), in the context of the last years of the Connecting Equality Plan (PCI). For two years (2014-2015), three different classes were accompanied...
CNCB and Covid-19 pandemic: impacts on youth and adults school of Ceará
Este trabalho pretendeu analisar em que medida o Projeto Político Pedagógico (PPP), o regimento escolar e o currículo de uma escola pública cearense foram afetados por ambos: pandemia da Covid-19 e pelas novas orientações curriculares para a área de Matemática, advindas da BNCC. Para tanto, houve um...
Exploring Surgeons' Perceptions of the Role of Simulation in Surgical Education: A Needs Assessment
Background: The last two decades have seen the adoption of simulation-based surgical education in various disciplines. The current study’s goal was to perform a needs assessment using the results to inform future curricular planning and needs of surgeons and learners. Methods: A survey was distribut...
History of sexuality education in contemporary Argentina: Speeches, actors and experiences around a controversial (1960-1997)
Situation from history of education, political analysis of speech and gender studies, this thesis explores different narratives, actors and experiences around sexuality education in Argentina from the 1960s to 1997s. To this end, it is studied how, since the middle of the 20th century, sexuality edu...
A curriculum for quality early childhood care
The term ‘curriculum’ features prominently in international texts, so it deserves to be recognised and used by French stakeholders who wish to take part in collective discussions on all the objectives, values and standards underpinning and framing care and education practices. The quality of childca...
Oversight perceptions and practices of teaching staff in Uganda
This study focuses on perceptions of supervisors (directors, deputy directors and curriculum managers) (N = 106) and teachers (N = 442) of Uganda secondary schools with regard to supervisory practices. The results of the analyses on supervisors (factor analyses, correlation, variance analysis (ANOVA...
The French language as a key for the students’ professional future: the example of the formation of engineers in telecommunications
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Specialist and pedagogical English in BTS: the case of the causatives
We will try to address the subject of the colloquium. “Specialised English training according to students’ level of competence in the main disciplines” In BTS, things go a bit different because we work in a homogeneous class, officially, and not in units of value open to all, regardless of their lev...
Analysis of the curriculum of the English area in official schools of Cali
Summary This study presents the description and analysis of the curriculum of the English area of 28 Official Educational Institutions in the city of Cali. This is a multiple-case study with an embedded, closed-ended analytical unit whose main data are the institutional educational projects, area pl...
Sensitive education: effects of educational training for democratic coexistence in Peruvian schoolchildren
Summary The article was drawn up in response to the lack of social democratic coexistence that has been transferred to the Peruvian education system. The findings, from 2015 to the present, indicate that this problem prevails in school groups organised by policies with a lack of social justice. In a...
Internationalisation of the curriculum: case study at Argentinian universities
Internationalisation is a process that has been going through universities globally since the last 40 years. In particular, the most traditional form, embodied in academic mobility, has concentrated the greatest weight of institutional efforts and research carried out so far. In this century, new fo...