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O Va L Ducation

Author: Jean Piaget
Publisher: Gallimard Education
ISBN: 9782070324828
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Petit essai sur quelques éléments fondamentaux de l'éducation.

O Va La Gym

Author: Claude Piard
Publisher: Editions L'Harmattan
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Nombre d'entre nous conservent le souvenir du " prof de gym " de leurs années de lycée. Mais combien parmi eux déchiffrent ce sigle ésotérique, ces STAPS qui assurent depuis un quart de siècle la formation universitaire des enseignants d'éducation physique ? Pour avoir participé depuis le début avec enthousiasme à cette formation, l'auteur se pose aujourd'hui une question " mais où va donc la gym ? " , il tente d'y répondre à sa façon en analysant l'évolution de cette discipline scolaire dans ses rapports : - aux problèmes de société qui définissent ses finalités ; celles-ci au cours de l'histoire de la gymnastique sont passées de l'amélioration de la charpente osseuse à l'amélioration des rapports sociaux ; - au sport, ce " frère ennemi " qui l'attire et la repousse à la fois mais avec lequel elle semble bien condamnée cependant à cheminer de concert au milieu de contradictions multiples ; - et enfin aux sciences qui l'ont tenue en laisse avant qu'elle ne tente elle-même de se les accommoder. Elle espère des STAPS des références novatrices. Mais " quelles STAPS ? ". Le ton, parfois caustique et acéré n'est jamais désabusé ni pessimiste ; et l'auteur n'hésite pas à décrire en annexe la genèse de sa subjectivité à travers sa période de formation, celle de ceux qui partent aujourd'hui à la retraite. L'insertion qu'il revendique ainsi dans une culture particulière aide le lecteur à situer des propos qui concernent autant les étudiants préparant les divers concours de recrutement du corps enseignant que les gens curieux de problèmes d'éducation et de société.

Special Issue On Research

Author: Colette Dufresne-Tassé
Publisher: Edizioni Nuova Cultura
ISBN: 8868126028
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CONTENTS / SOMMAIRE / INDICE Colette Dufresne-Tassé, Introduction / Introduction / Introducción Theoretical research / Recherche théorique / Investigación teóretica Ricardo Rubiales García Jurado, Reflexiones desde la educación contemporánea – el visitante en el centro de la acción museística Historical research / Recherche historique / Investigación historica Michel Allard, La fonction éducative dans l’histoire des musées québécois (1824-2015) Nicole Gesché-Koning, The avant-garde of European museum education in Belgium Sofia Trouli, Insights into the genealogy of museum education in Greece: early compatible views on the importance of museum education expressed at two international meetings in Athens Emprirical research / Recherche empirique / Investigación empirica Fernanda de Lima Souza and Adriana Mortara Almeida, The History Museum of the Instituto Butantan: visitor’s profile and perception Maria Esther A. Valente, Andréa F. Costa and Flávia Requeijo, The audience of a science museum and the concept of time Silvia Alderoqui y María Cristina Linares (coords.), Participación y representación de los visitantes en el Museo de las Escuelas Alexandra Tranta, Assimilating the museum experience: Dimensions of the education of potential museum educators, based on the results of a limited survey among students of Preschool Education Magaly Cabral, Does a summer camp favour the relationship with the museum? Rosane Maria Rocha de Carvalho, Public opinion survey of users of the gardens of the Museu da República in Rio de Janeiro

The French Education System

Author: H. D. Lewis
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 135100476X
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Originally published in 1985. The French education system is unique in many ways and provides a useful contrast for those in all English-speaking countries to their own education system. The nature of the system; the resulting multiplicity of Inspectors; emphasis on nursery and primary schools and on vocational training; and the distinctions between different categories of teachers. This book provides an overview of the French education system and all its components. It discusses developments since the start of the Fifth Republic in 1958 and it relates the developments to changing political forces.

Jewish Youth And Identity In Postwar France

Author: Daniella Doron
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253017467
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At the end of World War II, French Jews faced a devastating demographic reality: thousands of orphaned children, large numbers of single-parent households, and families in emotional and financial distress. Daniella Doron suggests that after years of occupation and collaboration, French Jews and non-Jews held contrary opinions about the future of the nation and the institution of the family. At the center of the disagreement was what was to become of the children. Doron traces emerging notions about the postwar family and its role in strengthening Jewish ethnicity and French republicanism in the shadow of Vichy and the Holocaust.

Universities Politicians And Bureaucrats

Author: Hans Daalder
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521236738
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This is a collection of studies by representatives of countries in western Europe, writing about important legislation affecting universities.

Educational Theories And Practices From The Majority World

Author: Pierre R Dasen
Publisher: SAGE Publishing India
ISBN: 935280113X
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This work provides a healthy, comprehensive counterpoint to the ethnocentrism engrained in the widespread belief that scientific knowledge about education is typically Western. Stressing that the Western 'minority' perspective cannot hold true for the 'majority' of the world population situated outside Europe and North America, this edited volume explores traditional educational theories and practices developed in the majority world to study how they can improve modern schooling globally. Educational Theories and Practices from the Majority World probes the elements of culturally appropriate, quality schooling for various indigenous people in India, the Pacific and the Americas. One of the sections dwells on how to synergise the systems used in modern schools with the ones used in non-Western formal schools linked to religious institutions, such as Koranic, Sanskrit, Buddhist and Vodoo schools. Another section delves into educational policy issues in the context of globalization. This compilation brings together difficult-to-access theories and research by contributors from Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania, and South America. It is an invaluable resource for policy makers in Education and for students, researchers and academicians studying Education and Anthropology.