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Etude épistémologique et didactique de l'utilisation du vecteur en mathématiques et en physique – lien entre mouvement de translation et translation mathématique.

Cissé Ba 1
1 LEPS - Laboratoire d'Etude du Phénomène Scientifique
LIRDHIST - Laboratoire Interdisciplainaire de Didactique et d'Histoire des Sciences et Techniques
Abstract : In this work, we present an epistemological and didactical study of the relation between mathematics and physics about the concepts of vector and translation on one side and forces and velocity and movement of translation on another side, in France and Senegal.
From the theoretical perspective of the didactic anthropology developed by Chevallard, we analyse the following points:
* Historical study of the concepts and their teaching (ecological analysis).
* Analysis of the present conditions of the teaching, through curriculum and textbooks in mathematics and physics (institutional analysis).
* Study of personal relations of teachers of both subjects and also students regarding the concepts at stake and the links thy make between mathematics and physics.
In our conclusion, we present perspectives about experimentation with teachers from disciplines on the movement of translation.
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Cissé Ba. Etude épistémologique et didactique de l'utilisation du vecteur en mathématiques et en physique – lien entre mouvement de translation et translation mathématique.. Education. Université Claude Bernard - Lyon I; Université Cheikh Anta DIOP, 2007. Français. ⟨tel-00192241⟩

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