Intended for researchers, trainers, teachers, French and foreign academics, the journal Recherche et Formation enables recent research, experiments, innovations, publications, and events in the field of education to be made known. The articles published by Recherche et Formation are scientific papers that present research results; they are accepted on the basis of established procedures used by scientific journals and approved by the AERES (Agence d'Évaluation de la Recherche et de l'Enseignement Supérieur).
Approches de la formation en travail social
Training approaches in Social Work
This issue deals with several aspects of training to and through research in the field of Social Work. It examines the logics of recognition and emancipation, the controversies, but also the contexts of emergence of a field within a global movement of mutations of the relevant professions in our contemporary societies.
Jean-Yves Bodergat, Richard Wittorski, Bernard Wentzel
La théorie de l'enquête de John Dewey
John Dewey's theory of the inquiry
John Dewey's concept of inquiry is the subject of a renewed interest in the social and human sciences (SHS), particularly in the field of education and training sciences (ETS). This thematic issue explores the foundations of this theory of experience and its relevance for research and training.
Aimed at researchers, trainers, teachers, French and foreign academics, the Research and Training journal makes it possible to publicize research, experiences, innovations, publications and recent events in the field of training.
Nouveaux enseignants, enseignants nouveaux : la reconversion professionnelle dans le système éducatif
Beginning teachers, new teachers: professional reconversion in the educational system
This thematic issue aims at contributing to the understanding of the conversion to the profession of teacher, the place and role of these reconverted teachers in the educational system and the institutional dimension linked to the evolution of the social composition of the teaching staff and teacher training.
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.
Savoirs et normes pour enseigner
Knowledge and standards in teaching
Knowledge and standards on which are based teaching practices are not a mere copy of learned knowledge and institutional standards. Research conducted in French-speaking countries explores the nature, relationships, and constitution of the teaching profession's knowledge and standards, as well as their implications in teaching education.
Former pour lutter contre les inégalités
Educating teachers to combat inequality
This collection of papers raises a central, yet quite unexplored question: how can teacher education train teachers to fight academic inequality? The contributions emphasize the need to consider context and real teaching practice in order to make schools fairer environments for all students.
Projets artistiques et formation des enseignants
Artistic projects and teacher education
Today, art education involves an enlarged teaching community. We can wonder about the existence of a "training effect" related to the particularities of the devices that it introduces in the school, in particular on the teachers. This issue proposes to document and explore the impacts of arts projects on teacher education.
La revue Recherche & formation a 30 ans
The journal Recherche & formation is thirty
This special issue allows to rediscover the journal's main topics since its creation, through four major courses, three interviews and a reading report. Conceived and realized by the current scientific committee, it hopes to be the witness of the continuities and evolutions of its reflection.