Le travail personnel des collégiens en mathématiques hors classe : une étude didactique The personal work of the middle school students in mathematics outside the classroom : a didactic study Fr En

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Dialectique média milieu Ressource Situation possiblement didactique Geste de l'étude Théorie anthropologique du didactique Personal homework Milieu Resource Study gestures Anthropological theory of the didactic 510


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Laure Guerin, « The personal work of the middle school students in mathematics outside the classroom : a didactic study », Theses.fr, ID : 10670/1.klegxa


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Cette thèse concerne les techniques personnelles d’étude en dehors de la classe, des collégiens en mathématiques. Nous nous intéressons aux ressources matérielles, numériques ou humaines utilisées, et à la fonction qu'elles occupent pour les élèves au sein de l’étude. L'analyse, se situant dans une approche anthropologique, tient compte du type d’établissement fréquenté, du niveau de l’élève, de son âge et des organisations mathématiques et didactiques mises en place en classe.

This thesis aims is to bring a new perspective on personal and autonomous techniques to study Mathematics. We are interested in the resources used, the function they have within the study, and the actions students carry out outside the classroom to do their homework.The resources they use can be material, digital or human and the “milieu” they create can come from teachers or be given by themselves, sometimes with the help of a third party: parents, brothers, sisters… This is why the analysis can’t be done without taking into account what is proposed at school, namely mathematical and didactic organizations and social representations.In particular, we describe the links between the didactic form given to the study and the social dimensions of what pupils, families and different study helpers understand by studying Mathematics. Our hypothesis is to consider different positions of students in relation to the institution: the good, the medium and the weak level.We will consider an anthropological approach, using the latest developments in ATD. The research process uses quantitative questionnaire analysis and clinical methodology. The population surveyed is a representative sample of Auvergne students, particularly during the time of Mathematics tests revisions as a key moment in personal study.

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