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Jean-François Condette, Véronique Castagnet-Lars
Histoire de l'éducation, n°151/2019
Pour une histoire renouvelée des élèves (XVIe-XXe siècles). Volume 2 : sources et méthodes
A renewed history of students (16th – 20th centuries). Volume 2: sources and methods
Following on from Volume 150 dealing with five historiographical studies on pupils history, this issue offers five contributions that examine various questions related to archives, printed sources and statistical surveys and highlight the methodological dimensions of writing this specific History



Agnès van Zanten
Revue française de pédagogie, n°203/2018
Les pratiques éducatives des parents enseignants
Educational practices of parent-teachers
This special issue focuses on parent-teachers supervising their children's schooling. The four articles featured provide complementary perspectives of these parental practices.



Sylvain Doussot, Jean-Yves Rochex
Revue française de pédagogie, n°202/2018
Recherche, politique et pratiques en éducation : services rendus et questions posées d'un univers à l'autre /3
Educational research, policy and practice: services provided and questions posed between the different spheres /3
The reader will find analyses, reflection and testimonials on the complex and "intermittent" relationships between the worlds of research and political decision-making at both national and local.



Damiano Matasci, Mara Donato Di Paola
Histoire de l'éducation, n°149/2018
Humanités et citoyenneté. L'enseignement des lettres et des langues en France, en Suisse et en Belgique au XIXe siècle
Humanities and Citizenship. The Teaching of Humanities and Languages in France, Switzerland and Belgium in the Nineteenth Century
This special issue examines the evolution and metamorphosis of humanities and languages teaching in France, Switzerland and Belgium during the 19th century. Based on recent empirical research, the contributions allow us to compare and better understand the different responses given to these problems in several cultural and historical contexts



Sylvain Doussot, Jean-Yves Rochex
Revue française de pédagogie, n°201/2017
Recherche, politique et pratiques en éducation : services rendus et questions posées d'un univers à l'autre /2
Educational research, policy and practice: services provided and questions posed between the different spheres /2
Based on a new call for papers, this issues (200 and 201) consist of articles by scholars and contributions from stakeholders from a range of backgrounds (experts, policy makers, activists etc.). The articles cover a wide variety of domestic and institutional situations including



Brigitte Louichon, Marion Sauvaire
Repères, n°58/2018
Le tournant éthique en didactique de la littérature
The ethical turn in the field of literature teaching
This publication examines the epistemological foundations, the theoretical frameworks and the didactic practices of teaching literature focused on the ethical training of students in different French-speaking countries.



Sylvain Doussot, Jean-Yves Rochex
Revue française de pédagogie, n°200/2017
Recherche, politique et pratiques en éducation : services rendus et questions posées d'un univers à l'autre
Educational research, policy and practice: services provided and questions posed between the different spheres
For its 200th issue, the Revue française de pédagogie, decided to take a fresh look at one the fundamental questions which have defined it since it was first published in 1967: the relationship between academic research, politics, administration and professional practice in education.



Alain Beitone, Géraldine Farges, Céline Granger, Frédérique Jarre, Pierre Périer, Hélène Buisson-Fenet, Olivier Rey
Le métier d'enseignant : une identité introuvable ?
What identity for the teaching profession ?
Entretiens Ferdinand Buisson
The "teaching world" is an object of long-standing social and political fantasy. This book both reviews sociological knowledge about the teaching world and provides concrete examples of the challenge of teachers' professional identity.



Michèle d'ell Angelo-Sauvage, Magali Gallezot
RDST, n°18/2018
Vie, vivant, biodiversité
Life, living, biodiversity
The 6 articles of RDST n°18 invite to question the coherence and the relevance of the curricular choices concerning the teaching of living and biodiversity in the light of the multiple stakes concerning them and contribute to better understand their apprehension by the teachers.



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