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Les projets de sciences participatives à l’École : pour quelle authenticité de l’enseignement-apprentissage en sciences ? Cas du projet Oak bodyguards en France

Publication date2022-12-20
First online date2022-12-20
Abstract

In the context of this article, we wonder about the possibilities that a teaching sequence, based on citizen science and implemented in class by a teacher and his students, can keep a form of authenticity, even though the students have never met or communicated with the scientists carrying out the project. Our study is based on the constructs of authenticity and teaching practice. Data is collected from video recordings of class sessions. The results show that teachers, because of their didactic and pedagogical choices, can recreate a disciplinary authenticity reinforced by an epistemological authenticity.

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Keywords
  • Science education
  • Participatory science
  • Authenticity of learning
  • Teaching practices
  • School-scientist partnerships
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PERRON, Séverine, MARZIN-JANVIER, Patricia. Les projets de sciences participatives à l’École : pour quelle authenticité de l’enseignement-apprentissage en sciences ? Cas du projet Oak bodyguards en France. In: Review of Science Mathematics and ICT Education, 2022, vol. 16, n° 2. doi: 10.26220/rev.4115
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ISSN of the journal1791-261X
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