Les références praxéologiques dans les systèmes didactiques

Abstract : What knowledge does a class refer to? Beyond the official one, students and teachers involve theirs and thus deeply root the courses in everyday life, society, cultures and civilizations. In this thesis, an overview of the praxeological references' sources used in classes or suggested by scolar institutions is proposed. The concept of reference itself is derived from the theorical frameworks provided by the Anthropological Theory of Didactic and the Theory of Joint Action in Teaching. Extending the question to the one of the possible ecological openings of classes, we then integrate the paradigms of world's questionning and active learning. Several teaching schemes are finally described and implemented in order to diversificate the references' sources and to increase students' roles.
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Jean Jacques Salone. Les références praxéologiques dans les systèmes didactiques. Education. Aix-Marseille Université, 2015. Français. ⟨tel-01164449⟩



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