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Sonia Birocheau
Incarner un modèle progressiste : la professionnalisation de l'enseignement à Chicago (1890-1930)
The Making of the Professional Teacher in Progressive-Era Chicago
Éducation et savoirs en société
Using Chicago as a case study, this book provides a new historical analysis of Progressive-Era reforms to professionalize teaching and, to a lesser extent, the principalship.



Hélène Buisson-Fenet, Olivier Rey
Entretiens Ferdinand Buisson



Philippe Bongrand
Revue française de pédagogie, n°205/2018
Instruction(s) en famille. Explorations sociologiques d'un phénomène émergent
Home education(s) in France: sociological explorations of an emerging phenomenon
Since its introduction in France by the Ferry Act of March 28, 1882, compulsory education may be provided at home, rather than in public or private schools.The studies compiled in this issue provide guidelines for addressing this little-known phenomenon, which, given its statistical evolution ,is likely to develop further.



Élaine Turgeon, Ophélie Tremblay, Séverine De Croix
Repères, n°59/2019
La lecture et l'écriture littéraires à l'école à l'aide de l'album jeunesse : quelle progression?
Literary reading and writing at school using children's books: what progress is being made ?
This issue examines two perspectives on the concept of progression, regarding reading and writing through the youth album. The first concerns the order in which learning contents are planned. The second regards the development of reading and writing skills.



Nicole Tutiaux-Guillon, Marie Verhoeven
Recherche et formation, n°89/2018
Former contre les discriminations (ethno)culturelles
Training teachers to tackle (ethno)cultural discrimination
With variances due to contexts, the training of education personnel has gradually integrated tackling ethnocultural discrimination. Based on research on the school biases that trigger discrimination and on analysis of dedicated training experiences, this issue encourages reflecting on the relevance and efficiency of training contents and devices.



Sylvain Doussot, Xavier Pons



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



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