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Craft Apprenticeship and the Formation of Person - Marchand

The communication proposes that craft apprenticeship serve as a model of education that both teaches technical skills and provides the grouding for personal formation. The research is grounded in my long anthropological fieldwork as an apprentice to minaret builders in yemen and to mud masons in Mali, ansd as a woodwork trainee in East London. The ethnoggraphic evidence sipports an expanded notion of knowledge that exceeds language and includes the body and skilled performance. ultimately, the paper promotes a more penetrating investigation into the nature of communicatin from the body.
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Comment décoder les ondes (série Unithé ou café)

Vague de pollution sur Paris. On parle de microparticules dans l’air… mais peut-on savoir ce qu’il y a à un niveau de taille encore inférieur, comme les nanoparticules ? Oui, grâce aux ondes électromagnétiques. Nous verrons que les ondes réagissent d’une manière particulière quand elles rencontrent un objet, comme les particules dans l’air. Analyser ces réactions permet de jouer les enquêteurs en remontant la piste à l’envers jusqu’à deviner quel objet a été rencontré ! Ceci devient plus complexe quand l’objet est de la même taille que la longueur d’onde. Mais cela peut avoir des applications dans des domaines très ...
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“Come on guys, use your sense!” Illuminating the ‘incarnate’ work of teaching - Koshmann

Twelve years ago, Lehrer and Schauble rolled out a newly-designed math and science curriculum in a particular 5th gradeclassroom (Lehrer & Schauble, 2004, 2011). In this talk, I will examine a brief fragment of interaction recorded in this classroom.The participants observed here are trying to work out how to graphically represent a set of data. It is a problem of reconciling therange of values to be presented with the space available on the sheet of graph paper with which they are working. In the courseof working out this problem, they engage in the concerted generation of a series of number ...
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Turbulence et simulation : la belle et la bête / Turbulence and Computers: Beauty and the Beast

Extremely powerful computers with up to 100,000 processors have enabled unprecedented numerical simulations that are pushing the boundaries of knowledge. Join Prof. Gianluca Iaccarino as he demonstrates how he and colleagues from the Center for Turbulence Research at Stanford University are using the world’s largest computers to study fluid dynamics in interesting ways. The talk will describe several applications including creating a planet in seven days, quieting noisy jets and slowing a Formula 1 car. In this talk, Prof. Iaccarino will provide a window ...
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