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Influences des interactions sociales sur la construction de compétences en EPS au sein de l’enseignement professionnel

Abstract : Thanks to the research in developmental psychology, we know that social interactions can foster the learning process of persons who interact in order to learn. The aim of this study lays on the professional experiences of Physical Education teachers in vocational schools in order to go into the way that social interactions can have effects on the students’ learning in depth. In vocational schools, the first conclusion shows that PE teachers seem to promote social interactions between students within affinities groups so as to facilitate their engagement and their activity in the learning situations. The second conclusion concerns the use of different kinds of tools. Indeed, PE teachers use different tools to encourage social interactions during their lessons. The objective is to rely on these tools to guide these interactions towards educational aims. Finally, the third conclusion highlights the requirement for PE teachers to galvanize permanently the social interactions within the class group so that the students can appropriate the rules of schoolwork, leading to skills building.
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Maxence Schlafflé. Influences des interactions sociales sur la construction de compétences en EPS au sein de l’enseignement professionnel. Education. 2020. ⟨dumas-03156770⟩

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