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"Élève agité" et posture enseignante

Abstract : The expression "agitated pupil" is commonly used. It refers to a classroom management problem. However, seeking to identify the causes of this agitation, we have come to distinguish agitation and disturbance. The agitated child is able to hold in the pupil's role. It is the representation of the teacher as to his definition of the job which determines the stigmatization of agitation. The thread of our approach leads to the hypothesis that the position of the teacher determines the consideration of his pupils' excitement. This dissertation shows that the perceptions of teachers take an important part in the success of his pupils. Focused on agitation, it invites to take a global view and examine his own practice and personal experience.
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Benoit Planchenault. "Élève agité" et posture enseignante. Education. 2013. ⟨dumas-00992289⟩



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