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  • SFERE-P DAFIP projects Wave 5

    Presentation of the projects

    Five successive waves of calls for projects "research, training, field" on the territory of priority education have been launched since 2018 by the Academic Delegation for Training and Pedagogical Innovation (DAFIP) of the Academy of Aix-Marseille and SFERE-Provence, which now support 38 network projects, designed from the expression of needs of the field (schools and colleges in REP and REP +).

    The researchers and teacher-researchers provide a support response based on a field theme and generate training resources that can be used at the academic level. The restitution days(a first one took place on March 21, 2019, a 2nd one on May 26, 2021) testify to the impact of collaborations between teachers and researchers. This approach is unprecedented on a national scale.

    Budget

    60 000 €

    Schedule

    From 01/09/2022 to 31/08/2024

  • AMPIRIC Project "Pilot Poles for Teacher Training and Educational Research".

    Presentation of the project

    AMPIRIC (Aix-Marseille - Pôle d'Innovation, de Recherche, d'Enseignement pour l'Education) is led by Aix-Marseille University (AMU) in partnership with the Aix-Marseille Academy, Avignon University (AU) and the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (UNS). Local authorities, associations and companies are associated and the National Association for Research and Technology (ANRT) is involved in an exclusive partnership to network the cluster with EdTech companies.

    Objectives

    AMPIRIC aims to improve the performance of pupils, particularly those with difficulties, in their learning of fundamental knowledge throughout their school career by developing, experimenting and disseminating innovative teaching approaches based on digital technologies. The project aims to strengthen networking between the field, training and research. All of the cluster's actions are designed with this in mind, based in particular on communities of practice between teaching teams in schools, research teams in laboratories and production teams in companies.

    Budget

    Global budget: €62,457,296, of which PIA funding: €9,976,675, €90

    Calendar

    Duration of the project: 10 years

    Project initiator

    Aix-Marseille University

    Partners

    • Local authorities: Departmental Council 04, Departmental Council 13, Departmental Council 84, Aix-Marseille-Provence Métropole, City of Marseille, City of Digne, City of Avignon, City of Aix-en-Provence,
    • Socio-economic environment: SATT Sud-Est, Protisvalor, Cité de l'Innovation et des Savoirs d'Aix-Marseille,ANDEV,
    • Companies: Interfora, Manzalab, Mathworks, My Serious Game, SBT Human Matters, CrocosGoDigital,Come-in-vr, ERM, Maplesoft and Texas Instruments, E-Artsup,
    • Associations: RAIFFET, CAPE and Observatoire des Quartiers Sud de Marseille.
  • ANR Project: Educational game on chance and evolution for students in science" (EGRESS).

    Presentation of the project

    The EGRESS (Educational Game about Randomness & Evolution for Students in Science) project is concerned with teaching and learning the concepts of randomness and evolution of life for students aged 12-15. The originality of the project is based on the plural concept of randomness, a concept that is essential for explaining the mechanisms of the evolution of living things, but also a concept inherent in all gaming activities.

    The hypothesis is that an entry through the plural concept of chance through gambling makes it possible to go beyond finalist and transformist conceptions of the evolution of the living. In this perspective, a tangible, extended by augmented reality, allows complex concepts, such as those of chance and evolution, to be modelled in an activity that is motivating and provides favourable feedback.

    Objectives

    The objectives of this project are to design and develop tools for understanding the theory of evolution, which is at the heart of biology teaching and which is sometimes difficult to learn. Participating in the integration of the game in the acquisition of knowledge, it allows to measure the impact of this type of tools in the teaching and the process of acquisition of school skills.

    Budget

    249 923€ : ANR Young Researcher, Young Researchers (YCJC)

    Calendar

    • Start date: 2019
    • Ends: 2022

    Project Team

    • Alice DELSERIEYS: project manager
    • Hélène ARMAND
    • Pascale BRANDT-POMARES
    • Jérémy CASTERA
    • Claire COIFFARD,
    • Julie GOBERT
    • Corinne JEGOU
    • Eric TORTOCHOT

    Partner

    Aix-Marseille University