LE PASSAGE DES SCIENCES PHYSIQUES ET NATURELLES À LEUR DIDACTIQUE : RÉFLEXIONS SUR UN CADRE POUR LA FORMATION DES ENSEIGNANTS / THE PASSAGE OF PHYSICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES IN THEIR DIDACTICS: REFLECTIONS ON A FRAMEWORK FOR THE TEACHERS TRAINING

Zebun Arun

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Cet article présente un cadre de réflexions pour la transition des professeurs de sciences physiques et naturelles du monde des disciplines vers celui de la didactique. Après avoir examiné l’équilibre entre connaissances scientifiques et connaissances scolaires et leur relation complexe avec la formation des enseignants, nous présentons les éléments théoriques et pratiques nécessaires à la création d’un type particulier de séminaire de formation. Enfin, la structure d’un tel séminaire est présentée dans le domaine de l’enseignement de l’optique géométrique.

 

This article presents a framework of reasoning for the transition of physical and natural science teachers from the world of disciplines to that of didactics. After discussing the balance between scientific knowledge and school knowledge and their complex relationship with teacher training, we present the theoretical and practical elements that are considered necessary for the creation of a special type of training seminar. Finally, the structure of such a seminar is presented in the field of geometric optics teaching.

 

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formation des enseignants des sciences expérimentales, école maternelle et primaire, séminaire de formation en optique géométrique / training of teachers of experimental sciences, kindergarten and primary school, training in geometrical optics seminar

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