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How did mathematics teachers work four thousand years ago? Curricula and syllabuses in Mesopotamia

Surprising as it may seem, education in Mesopotamia is remarkably well documented. The reason for this abundance of sources is the nature of the writing support that was used in the Ancient Near East, namely, the clay, an indestructible material that has survived from antiquity to the present day. School exercises, including mathematics exercises, have been found by the tens of thousands during archaeological excavation in Iraq, Syria and Iran. One can detect how masters worked through careful analysis ...
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Teachers’ Use of Mathematics Resources: A Look across Cultural Boundaries

Curriculum resources are adopted in school systems around the world, often, to promote curricular coherence or reform (Pepin & Haggarty, 2001; Valverde et al., 2012). The development and design of these resources varies across systems, as do the expectations for and assumptions about their use (Remillard, Van Steenbrugge, & Bergqvist 2016). Ultimately, teachers’ interpretations and decisions are at the center of resource use. In this lecture, I present initial findings from a cross-cultural study of elementary teachers’ interpretations ...
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Reflecting on a theoretical approach from a networking perspective: the case of the documentational approach to didactics

One decade ago, the documentational approach to didactics (Gueudet, Pepin, & Trouche, 2012) was just emerging. Since then, it has developed and matured, benefitting from the collaborative work and contributions of researchers with different research background and educational culture. It has also extended its scope beyond the sole field of mathematics education. The diversity of those who have contributed to the development of this approach has expressed through a diversity of theoretical constructions and combinations. In this lecture, I ...
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Teachers collective work inside and outside school as an essential spring of mathematics teachers' documentation: Japanese and Chinese experiences

As opposed to the individualistic perspective that has seemed dominant in teacher’s work for teaching the lesson, one may find today a wide range of teachers’ collective works inside and outside school in different parts of the world, such as collective improvement of teaching practice in Japanese Lesson Study (Fernandez & Yoshida, 2004) and Chinese Teaching Research Group, and collective writing of mathematics textbooks in France (Sésamath series). In this lecture, we try to show how teachers’ collective work ...
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Comment penser les relations, dans les LéA, entre la diversité des acteurs - Trouche

Introduction par Luc Trouche : cette quatrième session peut être l'occasion d'un premier bilan du séminaire vu comme l'une des occasions d'interactions entre les équipes impliquées dans la plateforme de recherche de l'IFÉ : les relations entre l'apprendre et le faire apprendre sont en effet questionnées autant dans ce séminaire que dans les Lieux d'éducation associés à l'IFÉ. Ce bilan est organisé autour d'une question critique : comment penser les relations entre la diversité des acteurs qui concourent, dans chaque lieu d'éducation, au faire ...
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Les démarches d'investigation, l'évaluation et les programmes officiels : ... commentaires - Tiberghien

Commentaires d'Andrée Tiberghien, CNRS Les démarches d'investigation, l'évaluation et les programmes officiels : leur possible compatibilité. Ce commentaire illustrera les analyses présentées en s'appuyant sur le cas de l'articulation des évaluations formatives et sommatives dans les enseignements mettant en oeuvre des démarches d'investigation (projet européen ASSIST-ME).
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Regulating EBM standards: Guidelines for guideline development

Regulating EBM standards: Guidelines for guideline developmentMy doctoral dissertation is entitled In search of standards that avoid standardization: the production and regulation of evidence based guidelines. Based on document analysis, interviews and (participant) observation of EBM guideline development ‘in action’, it provides ethnographic insight into the question how norms and standards of care are produced in the everyday activities of EBM. EBM guidelines have invoked promises of gold standards based on universal evidence that will rationalize practices, as well as criticism of standards transforming the ‘art’ of medicine into a dehumanized uniformity that deskills professionals and ignores the uniqueness of ...
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Preuves incertaines : échelles, corps et environnements dans les sciences de l’obésité

Uncertain evidence: scales, bodies and environments in obesity science This paper examines the uncertainties raised by flows operating between the production of evidence and the making of policy in the field of nutrition. Public health initiatives have been launched worldwide in the wake of the 21st century to tackle non-communicable, chronic disease associated with high body mass indexes. Although the causes and means of calculating the rising rates of obesity are contested and uncertain, obesity is often characterised as a disease or epidemic. Given this context of uncertainty concerning how to qualify and circumscribe the “problem,” let alone define its aetiology, ...
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Experimental Communities: Mediating locality in clinical trial sites in South Africa

Experimental Communities: Mediating locality in clinical trial sites in South AfricaMore than twenty years into the HIV epidemic in South Africa, the impacts of HIV/AIDS and other diseases, and the research and interventions they have mobilised, have reconfigured many elements of social life for South Africans. At this moment, however, much seems to be shifting as approaches to both HIV prevention and care have become increasingly biomedical, and as large populations are surveyed, tested, and enrolled in complex and costly medical regimes. Some researchers have referred to this phenomenon, in particular as “the greatest public health experiment in Africa,” a ...
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Gouverner (par) les bactéries: la surveillance épidémiologique comme « dispositif-frontière »

Governing (through) bacteria: epidemiological surveillance as "boundary-device". The case of antimicrobial resistance in veterinary medicineThe problem of antimicrobial resistance emerged in the late 1990's. Most of bacteria being zoonotic, it concerns human medicine as well as veterinary medicine. In November 2011, the French ministry of Agriculture implemented a plan for the fight against antimicrobial resistance in veterinary medicine in order to better control the use of antibiotics in livestock production. One of the main measures of this policy is to reinforce the epidemiological surveillance system of bacteria of animal origin : the "Resapath". This presentation aims at studying how this epidemiological ...
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