Query : situations didactiques
- Margolinas, Claire5
- Brousseau, Guy,2
- Calmettes, Bernard2
- David, Jacques2
- Dias, Thierry2
- Garcia-Debanc, Claudine2
- Hersant, Magali2
- Ho, Lai Wan2
- Laparra, Marceline2
- Mercier, Alain,2
- Messaoui, Anita2
- Vézier, Anne2
- Adami, Hervé1
- Ahmad, Faten1
- Alain, Mercier1
- Aldon, Gilles1
- André Virginie1
- André, Virginie1
- Andreucci, Colette1
- Arrieu-Mutel, Aline1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences23
- Musicology and Performing Arts4
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology2
- Architecture and Space Management2
- Gender Studies2
- Communication Sciences2
- Methods and Statistics2
- Art and Art History1
- Environmental studies1
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1
Pragmatic modelisation of teacher's didactic action. inquiry-based physics teaching in physic's curriculum in France (students old 11-15).
The inquiry-based physics teaching are introcuded in physic's curriculum in France, from september 2006 (students old 11-15). The researchers have invested this field from differens options : suggestion of session, didactic ingenious, analysis of ordinary teaching practices. Close of these studies,...
Experimental mathematics to reveal the potential of all students
The article offers narration of a few learning situations based on the experimental dimension of mathematics (Dias, 2008) among students in specialised education. In particular, we will see how the solicitation of gestures and variations in registers of geometric objects are likely to reveal the kno...
Analysis of educational actions and interactions in written production at the Preparatory Course
This study fits into a dual paradigm: (I) studies on the acquisition of written production analysing in a complementary manner the teaching contexts, the pupils’ written outputs, the associated verbal explanations and the effects of the feedback on the written material produced; (II) current researc...
The various roles of the master
This text is the conclusion of a period of observations and experience (1970-1988) during which situations had to be found and managed where students’ activity was not a translation of the teacher’s wishes but of the need for the environment. The problem did not arise in these terms in traditional c...
L’étude des interactions entre les apprentissages et les enseignements d’une part et les contextes dans lesquels ils se déroulent d’autre part fait l’objet de différentes approches scientifiques et se constitue en un champ de recherche de mieux en mieux identifié. Dans un premier temps, les études r...
ENUMERATION IN THE MEASUREMENT OF COLLECTIONS. A DYSFUNCTION IN THE DIDACTIC TRANSPOSITION.
some difficulties in enumerating activities can be attributed to the difficulty of moving from a finished set of items to the determination of a total order on that set. The ability to do this can be identified as a knowledge we list. The learning of the enumeration is not included in the teaching....
Teaching/learning status and exolingual communication
Actes of the third Young Researchers’ Colloquium in Langing Sciences: “Didactic and plurality (Language Learning Situations. Language Policies)”, organised at the University of Rouen (Mont-Saint-Aignan) by the University of Rouen, DYALANG (socio-LANGagières dynamics) and PhD Training in Language Sci...
Initial training in history education: the place of knowledge in a traineeship situation
This communication illustrates a research carried out at the High School Pédagogique du Canton de Vaud in Switzerland, which provides initial and continuous training for teachers. With a view to teaching specific professional teaching, the training scheme should be observed in order to understand th...
Technology helps foreign language teachers: teaching French in the age of the Internet
During the history of school education from the second half of the 20th century, language teachers have always distinguished themselves among their colleagues through the use of technology in their teaching activities. However, even if before it was enough to have a disc to be innovative, today tech...
Charles Bally and Petar Guberina, bold inspiration for modern language teaching
It was Petar Guberina who made me discover Charles Bally, on the eve of launching our joint project to create a new methodology for teaching foreign languages. The article describes the theoretical and experimental dialectics between Bally’s ideas, our own choices, and the experience gained from ‘cl...
Doing for Learning? Teaching of the plastic arts and literacy, mutual contributions
the teaching of plastic arts (AP) in France makes a specific contribution to the development of students’ literacy. While the visual arts challenge the possibilities of language, in terms of expression and analysis, they allow the various dimensions to be explored. Three profit orders can be identif...
Environment, knowledge, knowledge. Concepts for the analysis of educational situations
This article results from work carried out in the framework of the RESEIDA network. We seek to elucidate how the processes of producing educational inequalities are formed and strengthened even within daily learning interactions, without the knowledge of the actors. The issue of school differentiati...
Improving the Mastery of Work and the Development of the Work Process in Paper Production
The conceptual mastery of the work process and its improvement in the pulp and paper industry has been studied in several mills. Development programs based on systematic analysis and modeling of the work process have been used to improve the work process and the workers’ conceptual mastery of it. Th...
Joint action in spelling learning: A “test case” in the 3 cycle
This contribution offers a reflection on the use of written language at primary school. She asked about the joint actions between teacher and pupil during a particular practice of writing free text. This practice of free text is part of a teaching culture of the language playing on the alternation o...
Learning about history and citizenship education: understanding the historical knowledge report of Gabonese secondary school students using a socio-historical approach
The question of the meaning of historical knowledge from the point of view of students as experienced in this thesis highlights their relationship to knowledge. In order to identify this problem of knowledge, we have built it through a twofold approach, one of which, significant, aims to raise the s...
Writing practices in teachers’ discourse : didactic challenges : analysis of primary and secondary school teachers’ statements
In order to bring a different look on the writing practices at the transition from primary (CM2) to secondary school(6e), this thesis tests the hypothesis that what is said by teachers constitutes the conceptual framework of theirdecisions in elaborating teaching and learning situations.This thesis...
An example of the contribution of IT to biology
some particularly rich experimental situations, which are generally little or not addressed by education, require complex thinking from students. They are asked to ‘get into the shoes’ of the researchers who have designed them and that is not without giving them many problems. In the first part, I s...
Training in mathematics education in Burkina Faso
in Burkina Faso, studies conducted by Kiélem and Barro (2007) and Traoré (2012) have shown shortcomings in initial teacher education. For example, Traoré (2012) reveals that initial training programmes in mathematics education are not adapted to the needs of fingers. Our study aims at understanding...
IS IT NECESSARY TO TEACH THE JUDO OR TO KNOW HOW TO FIGHT?<br />Can the school educational methods integrate the physical activities of fight?<br />Are the physical activities of fight completely integrated into Physical and sports Education?
The combat sports and the martial arts are always presented as educational and remain little practiced in physical education. However one can consider that the combat sports belong to the patrimony of the humanity and that since the French Revolution, the physical activities of fight were regularly...
An adidactic situation for pianistic learning
The concept of adidactic status has been the subject of many studies in subjects’ teaching, particularly in mathematics and science. However, she has not yet been invested in teaching music. This contribution is part of comparative teaching studies and aims to test the possible functioning of this c...
Analysis of the knowledge mobilised by the 1th in relation to the synthe of the people during an external design activity
The work relates to the analysis of an external design activity, which has been carried out by means of the 1th to th stage, with the help of the COPEX protocol editor, referred to in the LabBook IT platform. In order to reflect the knowledge mobilised by the people, we have modelled this activity o...
Generating situational interest by developing stimulating situations in collective sports
With the idea that it is possible to generate situational interest (IS) among students by creating stimulating learning situations (Harackiewicz -Knogler, 2017), this study presents the effects of the design of four different learning situations on students’ IS. Situations were designed in collabora...
Appropriation of teaching knowledge in training: a case study with future teachers of literature at the collegial
This masterpiece of teaching literature focuses on the appropriation of knowledge by future scholars of collegial literature (CRSH, 2016). After obtaining a 1st cycle degree in literary studies, the latter follow their first teaching course in literature in a 2th university collegial education progr...
English teaching-learning in primary education : a didactic analysis of the connection between language and culture
The aim of our research is to describe and characterize didactic situations implemented to teach and learn English as a second language in primary French classes. We particularly focus on how linguistic and cultural dimensions are connected. Our theoretical framework mainly refers to the Joint Actio...
Cultural community of interacting readers and authors: language construction and identity through school correspondence
The aim of this descriptive research is to show how a teacher tries to develop a cultural community of interacting readers and authors in his class. More specifically, the aim is to describe how, through a cultural exchange project, students position themselves in their own culture and enter the cul...