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Master Thesis

Les « soft skills » en première STMG en période de crise sanitaire

Abstract : In a constantly changing world, reactivity, agility and the ability to create links are highly sought after by organizations. Today, school has become a social issue. In addition to instructing students, schools must now educate them by teaching them the life skills necessary for life in society. This evolution has been ratified on the legislative and regulatory level. The objective of this work was to study how current health measures could be transformed into opportunities to develop "soft skills" in the classroom. It was also a question of knowing in what way, precisely, the obligation to wear a mask constitutes an anchor for the development of relational skills and, more globally, an opportunity for academic success. The experiment made it possible to show that wearing a mask, as part of the general framework of sanitary measures, does not hinder the acquisition of oratory skills, if the students are trained to do so (hypothesis 1); and that, ultimately, the development of socio-behavioral skills improves the students' academic results (hypothesis 2).
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Sophie Monnier. Les « soft skills » en première STMG en période de crise sanitaire. Education. 2021. ⟨dumas-03565887⟩



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