Vers une société inclusive : des liens nécessaires entre formation, pratique et recherche

Abstract : The transformation of our societies through the design of sustainable, inclusive and accessible environments engages all professionals and even individuals and their families. Aiming for universal accessibility requires paradigm shifts both in the exercise of professions, the function of support systems, and in training or research. In this context, we participated in an experiment aimed at facilitating the work of families who have to design and support their child's life project, so we focused on studying an emerging profession, that of life project assistant. By working as closely as possible with professionals and their employers in intervention research, we were able to identify what and what made the job possible. We show in the text the adjustments and movements made by everyone, including in the way research is done, thus opening up new ways of thinking about training.
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Serge Thomazet, Corinne Mérini. Vers une société inclusive : des liens nécessaires entre formation, pratique et recherche. La nouvelle revue - Éducation et société inclusives (ISSN : 2609-5211), INSHEA, 2019, 85, pp.9-26. ⟨10.3917/nresi.085.0103⟩. ⟨hal-02129067⟩

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