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Analyse proxémique d'interactions didactiques

Abstract : Our study explores the use of non-verbal practices by primary school teachers. In our research, we have used concepts from the didactics of mathemathics (Brousseau, 1998) and from anthropology. These tools have been used to analyse classroom situations and teacher's actions, and they form the background of a specific methodology for video-data analysis. In this thesis, we experiment this methodology that aims at showing how teachers use proxemic techniques (Hall, 1971) as an important part of didactic relationship (Sensevy, Mercier, Shubauer-Leoni, 2000). The methodology is put into practise through several empirical studies, and reveals the way in which the techniques of body language are used in synergy with other techniques, such as material or language-based ones. The results of the research lead us to envisage in conclusion the different aspects - didactic, methodological and epistemiological - of this type of analysis.
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Dominique Forest. Analyse proxémique d'interactions didactiques. Education. Université Rennes 2, 2006. Français. ⟨tel-00199298⟩



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