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Listes de diffusion pour enseignants du premier degré :
une expérience sociale formative, combinaison des logiques de l'action
(intégration, stratégie, subjectivation)

Abstract : Teachers show a very keen interest for mailing-lists, which allow them to share resources, to cooperate and to break free from their isolation.
Our dissertation promotes the idea of subscription and participation to mailing-lists as part of the primary school teachers' on-going professional development. This individual and singular commitment follows the logics of action of a social experience: integration, strategy and subjectivation.
Taking into account the very small number of subscribers, we suggest that the teachers belonging to mailing-lists focusing on primary schools have a particular interest for their professional training, for information and communication technology and for knowledge.
We investigated this field by means of questionnaires, analyses of the contents of E-mail exchanges and comprehensive interviews. We chose to work on three open lists, which are of general interest for the primary school teachers and not run by government: Listecolfr, the Freinet List and the PMEV List.
Our work aims at a better understanding of the ‘pedagogical mailing-lists' phenomenon. It leads us to draw some perspectives regarding this system, within the scope of changing practices initiated by the emergence of cyberspace communication.
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Jean-Marc Turban. Listes de diffusion pour enseignants du premier degré :
une expérience sociale formative, combinaison des logiques de l'action
(intégration, stratégie, subjectivation). Education. Université Rennes 2, 2004. Français. ⟨edutice-00000767⟩

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