Query : didactique
- Daunay, Bertrand38
- Chiss, Jean-Louis35
- Eneau, Jérôme32
- Plantard, Pascal31
- Cavalla, Cristelle29
- Beacco, Jean-Claude27
- Gueudet, Ghislaine27
- Martin, Serge27
- Perez-Roux, Thérèse26
- Gaudin, François24
- Trouche, Luc23
- Lameul, Geneviève21
- Dufays, Jean-Louis20
- Kerneis, Jacques20
- Robert, Aline20
- Chabanne, Jean-Charles18
- Chevrot, Jean-Pierre16
- Defays, Jean-Marc16
- Rinck, Fanny16
- Boilevin, Jean-Marie15
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences1133
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology288
- Art and Art History236
- Political Science210
- Communication Sciences160
- Musicology and Performing Arts153
- Gender Studies143
- Methods and Statistics124
- Cultural Heritage and Museology121
- Architecture and Space Management75
- Economies and Finances60
- Classical Studies45
- Archaeology and Prehistory43
- Biological Anthropology33
- Environmental studies24
The challenges of the CLIL: Training of students and teachers
Matheron Yves. Memory and study of mathematics. An anthropological didactic approach
From the foreword, Yves Matheron — a teacher researcher in the teaching of mathematics — presents his book and discusses its title. It is not a volume organising the presentation of research from different disciplines on memory and mathematics study. Memory is not regarded in his book as neuroscienc...
Daunay Bertrand, Delcambre Isabelle -Reuter Yves (dir.). Didactic from French, the sociocultural in question
The book at issue here can be regarded as a real reference manual to take account, in his research and teaching practices, of the socio-cultural dimension of teaching and learning. It is a guide, inspiring both theoretical and methodological choices in the field of school. Written by specialists, ma...
Shale gas: laboratory controversy
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,...
Twitter’s marketing opportunities: to exceed the “SoLoMo” speech
International audience Sociotechnical approach followed in this paper evaluates the real marketing opportunities of Twitter. It starts from a discourse analysis "SoLoMo" (for Social, Local and Mobile), integrating social logic involved, analyzing the incentives of the device as well as the limitatio...
Apprentissage de la programmation en primaire : comment évaluer un jeu collaboratif ?
Proposition of a tools selection method to support and favour innovation for a manufacturing company
Individual and Collaborative self-regulatory support: peer assessment & video feedback in an EFL task
International audience Self-regulated learning (SRL) includes the cognitive, metacognitive, behavioral, motivational, and emotional/affective aspects of learning. The conceptualization of self and socially regulated learning (SSRL) has recently received much attention and peer assessment (PA) has be...
Identifying students’ conceptions: a step towards the enrichment of professional knowledge on teaching of physics lecturers
International audience La recherche en didactique de la physique s’est longtemps préoccupée des raisons permettant d’expliquer des difficultés récurrentes d’étudiants. Elle a développé à ce titre de nombreux travaux visant la mise au jour de « conceptions ». Ces travaux ont conduit au développement...
La réforme des études en santé entre universitarisation et professionnalisation : le cas des Instituts de Formation en Masso-Kinésithérapie
International audience Fruit d’une collaboration entre des chercheurs en Sciences de l’éducation (Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire de Recherche en Didactique Education et Formation, LIRDEF EA 3749) et l’Institut de Formation en Masso-Kinésithérapie (IFMK) de Montpellier, cet ouvrage tente de répondre...
Matter and Explanation. On Aristotle's Metaphysics Book H
The main aim of my work – “Matter and Explanation. On Aristotle's Metaphysics Book Η” – is to show the argumentative unity of Book Η (VIII), which has been usually regarded as a mere collection of appendices to the previous Book Ζ. In my thesis I take on the main suggestion provided by M. Burnyeat i...
Language sciences in international cooperation between France and Brazil. The intercultural dimension : from the didactics of language and culture to language and educational policies
In this research, I will question a concept halfway between knowledge and action, interculturality in field oflanguage sciences and more specifically in educational and linguistic policies, within the context ofinternational cooperation between France and Brazil. Which intercultural skills are Frenc...
Compare two analyses of the same sequence. For a dialogue between pedagogy and didactic
A pedagogical and didactic system for early school leavers: how does it work and what effects?
L’Étrangère L’Étrangère: A paradox of literary polyglotism
International audience A journey drifts from religious belief to literary metaphor and ends up sometimes making death the traveler and, as such, the stranger par excellence. Camus’s L’Etranger does not turn its back on these traditional legacies but uses them in a paradoxical way, and the strangenes...
“Plans, Takes, and Mis-takes”: A Commentary
The following is one “take” on a magnificent and multifaceted paper. I will strive to both state and express some of what the paper means to me. My fifth grade music teacher’s chuckle when he announced I was tone deaf and what it meant for my musical future resonates within me. Meanings emerge and d...
The recognizability and consequentiality of mistakes: Some notes on the article by Klemp et al.
In a documentary called Attrazione D’amore, the cinematographer Frank Scheffer provides footage from a lunch concert at Amsterdam’s Royal Concertgebouw. When the orchestra starts to play Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, it becomes apparent that the renowned pianist Maria João Pires had mad...
Immersive practices in English language teaching/learning at university: drama and virtual reality
International audience Virtual reality has been brought into the language classroom through the use of virtual worlds such as Second Life (Wigham & Chanier, 2013) to immerse learners in authentic communication situations. Then, technology has made further progress to give way to an even more augment...
Do you learn to read only once
Should you first learn to read in mother tongue or foreign language? Jean Duverger reported on the experience of bilingual classes in Spain. It focuses less on teachers than on children whose strategies are ‘original and personal’. If the demands of their surroundings are made in both languages at t...
Building in (ter) understanding in multi-lingual interactions. An international study in the health context with asylum seekers in France (sur invitation)
Critical reflection speeches (plenary session, with A. Tsimpoukli & F. Cappa)
La recherche libre en danger
Article ? Mirage.
Digital Anthropo-History at the French School