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  • Hosting FSTG in research laboratories

    Dear Colleagues

    Since 2013, the ESPE, which has now become the Inspé, has been welcoming trainee civil servants who have won a competitive examination for the recruitment of teachers or education personnel holding a Master's degree in Education (MEEF) and offers them a suitable work-linked training programme. These trainee civil servants are on placement for one half of their teaching service in a school (two and a half days per week) and on training at university for the other half.

    As an extension of their MEEF master's degree, and in the possible ways of adapting their training, we would like to be able to offer these trainee civil servants the possibility of developing a project linked to educational research.

    The challenge is, of course, to acculturate primary and secondary school teachers to research. It is to be expected that a dynamic based on an approach to the scientific world can be expected to continue and facilitate the professional development of teachers whose relationship to knowledge should not be dogmatic.

    The orientations of the SFERE-Provence research federation provide the opportunity to forge ever closer links between laboratories, research units and schools, at primary or secondary level.

    The projects on which you can engage these young colleagues from the National Education are very open and the diversity of your actions is a source of richness. You can involve them, for example, in research activities, in valorisation and/or dissemination actions or in any other initiative that aims to anchor the training of these young people on comprehensive relations with scientific research at university.

    These systems have already been tried and tested several times, but they require imagination to propose original and diversified organizations that are as close as possible to your expectations and work. With this reception of trainee civil servants, the aim is to forge links with school teaching teams, their educational community (the ÉSPÉ develops many relationships with the associative fabric of the School's partners) and their social and cultural environment.

    I would be grateful if you could let us know before 04 September of your interest in contributing to this reception by returning the attached form to Patrice BONNET, Chargé de Mission (patrice.bonnet@univ-amu.fr); he will contact you to define the modalities of reception for trainee civil servants interested in this type of organisation of their training course.

    Yours sincerely, Dear Colleagues, my best regards

    Jean-François PABA - Deputy Director in charge of Initial Training L and M and Teacher Service Management
    Aix-Marseille University - Inspé - Campus Etoile Site de Saint-Jérôme

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  • International Research Symposium on the Didactics of Mathematics 2020 - Space and Geometry

    Site Inspé d'Aix-en-Provence, 2 avenue Jules Isaac, 13 100 Aix-en-Provence, France

    The RDiMath2020 Symposium aims to present the latest work, to deepen certain theoretical questions and to open up new reflections, both on the approach to geometry itself and its link with the structuring of space, and on teaching in classrooms, the dissemination of resources, the use of different artefacts (digital or tangible) or teacher training in this field.

    The symposium is a continuation of meetings between geometry coursemakers organized over the last three years.

    The works of this symposium are organized according to different devices which aim at :

    • the study of different research sub-themes through conferences;
    • the dissemination of scientific news through posters;
    • the discussion and the exchanges through a time of organized questioning.

    The proceedings of the RDiMaths2020 international symposium will be published.

    Scientific Committee: Teresa Assude and Claire Guille-Biel Winder - leaders; Fabien Emprin; Patricia Marchand; Anne-Cécile Mathé; Karine Millon-Fauré; Edith Petitfour.

    Organizing committee: Claire Guille-Biel Winder (responsible) ; Teresa Assude ; Pierre Eysseric ; Emilie Mari ; Karine Millon-Fauré.

    Contact: claire.winder@univ-amu.fr

    Symposium organised with the support of the INSPE of Aix-Marseille, the IREM of Aix-Marseille, Aix-Marseille University, the ADEF laboratory (Apprentissage, Didactique, Evaluation, Formation) and the ARDM (Association de Recherche en Didactique des Mathématiques)

  • Second restitution seminar of the SFERE-P/DAFIP "Research-Training-Training-Training" projects of wave 2 launched in 2018

    Lycée Général et technologique St Exupéry - 529 Chemin de la Madrague-Ville, 13326 Marseille

    Within the framework of the development of cooperation between the Priority Education and Research networks, strongly encouraged by the Rector, the Academic Delegate for Training and Pedagogical Innovation, the Director of the Research Federation SFERE-AMU and the Director of INSPE.

    Projects presented :

    Institution: Collège Elsa triolet - Marseille
    Consolidate the "homework done" system - Teresa Assude

    Establishments : REP + Belle de mai ; Estaque School - Train Station
    Observation and interviews with primary and secondary school teachers in the implementation of debate practices in science - Nicole Mencacci

    Establishment: Jules Massenet/Marseilleveyre College
    Evaluation of the quality of the project: "territories in movement, from awareness raising to artistic and cultural education, dance project in a secondary school with a flagship class (Massenet secondary school) and a class in resonance" - Alexandra Arnaud Bestieu

    Establishment: PYTHEAS Network
    Axis 1 of the network project: guaranteeing the acquisition of "reading, writing and speaking" and teaching more explicitly the skills that schools require to ensure mastery of the Common Base.
    Marie-Emmanuelle Pereira

    Establishment: QUINET Network
    The transmission of the oral language in all disciplines -
    Roman Christina

    Establishment: Frédéric MISTRAL elementary - Sorgues
    To teach more explicitly the oral skills that the school requires to master the foundation -
    Nathalie Rezzi

    Establishment: Schools and colleges of the Renoir-Rostand networks.
    Axis 3 of the Priority Education reference framework: setting up a school that cooperates usefully with parents and partners for school success.
    Sylvianne Feuilladieu

    Establishment : LP Le Chatelier - Marseille
    How to develop a strong link between the general professional components of the training? Which pedagogical approach to implement? With which organization modalities? - Hélène Cheneval-Armand

    Registration details for this seminar will be communicated at a later date.

  • AMPIRIC project working day

    Saint Jerome Campus
    52 Av. Escadrille Normandie Niemen - 13013 Marseille

    This first day of work will be an opportunity to begin the concrete implementation of each of the project's actions. Each action will give rise to a workshop; when you register, you will be asked to indicate in order of preference the workshops to which you would like to contribute (you will be able to participate in 2 out of 3 workshops in the morning and 2 out of 3 in the afternoon).

    The registration form for this day will be available soon on the event's website.

  • 6th RAIFFET International Symposium

    6th RAIFFET International Symposium: Technological Education, Vocational Training and New Relationships to Knowledge, Koudougou (BURKINA FASO).

    This symposium will provide an opportunity to compare points of view on the issue of new relationships to knowledge, whether this issue is looked at at the basic school level in the framework of Education for All (EFA), in that of technological and vocational education and training (TVET) or in that of the training of teaching professionals. The aim will be to examine the way in which the new relationships to knowledge are constructed along three lines:

    1. Educational policies and new relationships to knowledge,
    2. Teaching: learning and new relationships to knowledge,
    3. Information and communication technologies and new relationships to knowledge.
  • 2nd edition of the SFERE-Provence Symposium

    2nd edition of the SFERE-Provence Colloquium: Learning and educational policies. Which interdisciplinarity, methodologies and international perspectives?

    This conference is supported by the Pôle d'Innovation, de Recherche, d'Enseignement pour l'Education d'Aix-Marseille (AMPIRIC) and financed within the framework of the 3rd Future Investment Programme (P.I.A. 3). It aims to improve the performance of students, particularly those with learning difficulties, by developing, experimenting and disseminating innovative pedagogical approaches through networking between research, training and teaching activities, with a view to breaking down disciplinary barriers.

    The educational policies and strategies defined as well as the methodological and interdisciplinary challenges related to these questions will be analyzed through four axes: 1/ Contributions, limits and new challenges of educational research on fundamental learning, 2/ Between international educational strategies and national and local policies against inequalities: what responses from the actors?3/ Governance of innovation, transformation of pedagogy and teacher creativity, 4/ Collaborative or participatory teacher-researcher research: what positioning and competencies of the researcher and what contributions in terms of educational policies?

    The calls for papers for this colloquium, initially open until 31 March 2020, have been extended to 31 July 2020

  • Digital Creativity in Educational and Artistic Activity Training

    ADEF is organizing an international summer school, Digital Creativity in Educational and Artistic Activity Training (Digit-CrEAAT), financed by A*Midex, in 2021.

    The objective of this summer school is to question the impact of digital tools on creation and training in and through the arts (visual arts, music, dance, design, theatre, cinema, etc.). It is open to all Master's or Doctoral students from all academic disciplines who are interested in the issues raised by the use of digital tools in training and creation.

    This school, initially scheduled from 22 June to 3 July 2020, has been postponed until the summer of 2021, with the agreement of A*MIDEX. All information and the call for applications will be put online as soon as it is launched.