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Wednesday, May 25, 2011 The mindset of teachers – Demagogy advance no Gueant – “Everything has changed, but not education” – The mindset of teachers (as SNES) in general, it is expected rather than the SNES-FSU (union of the second degree) is radically against any development of the teaching profession.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011 The mindset of teachers – Demagogy advance no Gueant – "Everything has changed, but not education" – The mindset of teachers (as SNES) in general, it is expected rather than the SNES-FSU (union of the second degree) is radically against any development of the teaching profession. But according to a CSA poll for the union, a narrow majority of teachers would not be adverse to extending the presence in the facility (subject to counterparties), teaches us Espresso Cafe Pedagogique However, the rest survey on "the mindset of secondary teachers" is expected and respondents overwhelmingly expressed opposition to the policies of the government. They are for example predominantly critical vis-a-vis a greater involvement of headteachers in assessing and teacher assignments. We find the same proportions in the expression of distrust on institutional autonomy or even on bivalence teachers. The question of skills is a model loaded question (for use in a civic education session) because it is based on a claim that is itself inconclusive. Indeed, it is stated that "Since the 90s, educational reforms establishes the concept of competence as a key concept of a new educational matrix. The current trend is a strong injunction to favor the competence approach, which leads to erase disciplinary requirements and taxation of staff competency booklet in college. ". "Injunction", "delete", "tax", by Jove! How then to be a measure as draconian and dangerous? Respondents are logically unfavorable to 60% in the "skills". Only 36% are still favorable (4% are undecided). To return to the information mentioned above, how to interpret the majority of respondents favor an increase in working hours? Two possible explanations. Is this an opening for a change in the status of teachers and the recognition of missions today and not considered in the unchangeable status in 1950? Or more prosaically (and more likely) should we interpret this as a symptom of the state of disrepair of the purchasing power of teachers? Demagogy advance no Gueant It has been said in this column, all the good he had to think of the "rehab" Liberation. The last is particularly well since coming back on the recent remarks of Claude Gueant. Recall that the interior minister said Sunday on Europe 1: "Contrary to what we said, integration is not going all that well: a quarter of foreigners who are not of European origin are unemployed, two-thirds of school failure is the failure of immigrant children ". Faced with the outcry over this statement and questions about the origin of such a figure, the Ministry of Interior was even forced to say he had "simply the High Council 2010 report to integration (HCI) on the challenges of integration in school. " Except, says Liberation, when you open the report, nothing confirms this statistic. Certainly, immigrant children experience school course more complex than others. It says that in the final third, 40% of them manage in general and technological without repeating the college against half for other students. Or that seven years after entering college, 27% of children of immigrants are preparing a general degree (against 40% for non-immigrants). However, no valid statistical wet finger Gueant. But especially as the report emphasizes, and with it, many sociologists, of pus that ethnicity and called factors "cultural", that is the occupational category and level of parental education is determinant. "If we compare the academic performance of children of immigrants with sex, structure, family size, degree, business and professional category comparable Parents with students not immigrants, their low educational achievement is strongly attenuates. The risk of repetition in primary school, as the differences in the performance assessment tests are more tenuous. " We can even go further because studies have shown that the educational ambitions of immigrant parents were often higher than those of non-immigrant parents "in secondary education, in social, family and comparable school, the children immigrants reach more frequently general and technological, more often get the general and technology tray without repeating and go out less often without qualifications than children of non-immigrants. "Too bad we have not heard what the High Council Integration in the current controversy to avoid demagogy did not advance Gueant … "Everything has changed, but not education" "Someone would have a nap for 50 years would not recognize anything today. The doctors went from artisanal means to MRI, newspaper publishers deliver information 24 hours 24. Everything has changed, but not education, "This is the Australian-American tycoon Rupert Murdoch media who was speaking at the "e-G8" bringing together key Internet players in Paris. He adds: "The classes today are almost the same as those that existed in Victorian times: a teacher with a board and chalk to students. This is an abdication, a hindrance to our future. " Specifically, Rupert Murdoch suggests including "stimulate the imagination" of students and, even more, to "individualize instruction." "In the media, technology has taught us to target audiences. We must bring this expertise to education, he said. The courses offer unique formats, and most students are frustrated because they all move at the same speed "And he completed:" Digital allows all classrooms of the world have access to the greatest thinkers and at a low cost. "These technological opportunities, concluded the press baron," will never replace "teachers, but can allow them to" spend more time on what is important. " Good reading… ——————————————— – Liberation.fr of 25/05/11 (some paid items) immigrants: Gueant school dropouts Two thirds of school failure in France are made children of immigrants, assured the Minister of Interior on Sunday. Unable to find traces of this statistic. Read more of the article Despite a historic pellet, the test of aggregation will continue in 2011 The history of aggregation will continue normally, without organizing a new event, announced Tuesday the Ministry of Education, despite the blunder having passed a written 1960 to a medieval text. Read more of the article The youth unemployment in Europe map Near 45% unemployment: this is one of indignation patterns of young Spaniards, joined by their elders, occupy the places of the country, including Puerta del Sol in Madrid. Read more of the article Fish in danger at any menu Stop! In the canteen, children may innocently eating fish threatened with extinction. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Le Figaro 25/05/11 aggregation history continues despite a blunder the proposed text in medieval history test was presented as a genuine newspaper dating from 1415. It was a 1964 text. the ministry estimates that there is no material to repeat the contest. Read more of the article A student beaten in Seine-Saint-Denis The victim, aged fifteen years, was beaten and covered by a pistol shot to electrical impulses kind taser before college Jean-Jaures Saint-Ouen. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— the Monde.fr (some paid items) of 25/05/11 After graduating, successful and where? A year after their entry into higher education, nearly 5% of the graduates in 2008 were no longer enrolled. This may seem little – 95% continue – or a lot: 5% are still nearly 20 000 students! Especially since almost 15% of the graduates – mainly professional graduates – will continue anyway no curriculum in higher education. Here, among others, one of the lessons of a note entitled "graduates 2008 that became of them in September 2009," just published by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research. Read more of the article A response to the massification of higher education Seven "new universities" plan "University 2000" launched in 1990 by Lionel Jospin, the then Minister of Education, have they fulfilled their objectives of management of the territory and greater democratization? Twenty years later, the record is mixed. Armand Fremont, former director of academic development of the Ministry of Education, Ile these seven institutions, the Pas-de-Calais and Poitou-Charentes "have found their place" by answering the "massification" of the university system, less than its real democratization. Read more of the article in the Pas-de-Calais, the University of Artois has won the grand son of minors is headquartered in Arras, but the nine poles of the University of Artois (AU) mark the former mining area, Douai Bethune Bruay-or Henin-Carvin, passing by the old "Great offices" of Lens. In this spectacular castle in the coal industry, turned into college, young people come seeking knowledge where their grandfathers children bowed their heads. Twenty years after its creation, 14,000 students chose the AU rather than join daily Lille. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- the Humanity of 25/05/11 in Paris, the teachers recruited "job dating" So far, the recruitment of teachers without tenure through employment center was done discreetly. The Paris Academy goes one step by holding on Thursday, a "recruitment day" quite official. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— Le Parisien (some paid items) of Facebook 25/05/11 soon open to under 13? Few know it, but Facebook is prohibited under 13. But maybe it will longer the case as Mark Zuckerberg, the young boss of the social network, has set a goal to blow that barrier and make its "rogue’s gallery" accessible to young people. On the eve of the big event of the giants of the Internet in Paris, the info could be bound child advocates. Read more Article 94: There is do my homework history
anger in schools and colleges to denounce the job cuts and a "degradation of the educational system at all levels," 250 people from 17 cities protested yesterday outside the prefecture . Read more of the article The school is mobilizing to its threatened with expulsion teacher Establishing Gonesse is on strike today to protest the expulsion of Sandra Tarazona, a Spanish teacher. Out of contract, the Colombian had to leave France before Friday. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— France Soir 25/05/11 Education: a dual training for teachers Starting next school year, a hundred future teachers will be trained in alternation. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– the Cross of 25/05/11 These mothers do too much reconciling family life and working life is difficult, particularly for many women who struggle to juggle everything More Article ———————————————- – echoes (some paid items) of 25/05/11 school failure and immigration: Gueant raised an outcry in the educational world the statement of Interior Minister, Claude Gueant, blaming two thirds of school failure for children of immigrants, raised an outcry in the educational world, challenging the reality of this statistic. Read more of the article School failure of immigrant children Gueant "surprised" critical The Interior Minister, Claude Gueant, was "surprised" yesterday the criticism of teachers and parents organizations on his statement that "two thirds of school failure" would be the fact "children of immigrants". "These figures are simply those that give so INSEE as the OECD," said he said yesterday. It is "the opposite of a stigma, but the difficulty in finding our integration policy." Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– 20 minutes from 25/05/11 in the memory labyrinth the Bourne Identity. Researcher in neurobiology laboratory adaptive process (CNRS), Laure Rondi-Reig has built his career around a question: how to form a memory? Read more of the article In license, the "dropouts" are mostly graduates and tech pros Only half (52%) of 2008 graduates who enrolled in license went to the second year, this failure rate touching mainly students who had a vocational or technological tank, according to a study from the Ministry of higher Education. Read more of the article The digital revolution has changed everything except education by Rupert Murdoch The digital revolution has changed everything except education remained unchanged since "Victorian" lamented Australian-media mogul American Rupert Murdoch invited to speak on the topic of education Tuesday at the rostrum of the e-G8 in Paris. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– Rue89 of 25/05/11 AGREG History: if planchait on Twitter Tutankhamun? For several days already a controversy stirred closed circle of French university and its said competition for excellence. Aggregation of History, which is a contest of the second degree of education, whose writings were held from April 12 to 15, is as much a rite of initiation into the world of research, virtually tool indispensable to expect access the historian’s craft. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– West of France … 25/05/11 Nothing seen ——————————- —————– Le Journal du Dimanche 25/05/11 Nothing seen … —————— ———————- Le Nouvel Observateur Permanent 25/05/11 the digital revolution has changed everything except education by Rupert Murdoch the digital revolution has everything changed except education remained unchanged since "Victorian" lamented magnate Australian-American media Rupert Murdoch invited to speak on the theme of education Tuesday at the rostrum of the e- G8 in Paris. Read more of the article In license, the "dropouts" are mostly graduates and tech pros Only half (52%) of 2008 graduates who enrolled in license went to the second year, this failure rate touching mainly students who had a vocational or technological tank, according to a study from the Ministry of higher Education. Read more of the article —————————————- Express 25/05/11 .fr "Huge blunder" of the jury of history aggregation a document presented to the 2011 story of aggregation test was a fake. The competition may be canceled. Read more of the article alternately masters to train future teachers The device will be launched in around thirty eight universities and academies next September. According to the teachers, mastering the Bell Tolls practical training at the IUFM. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- — the Cafe 25/05/11 teaching teachers of secondary favorable to the extension of their presence in the business? According to a CSA poll for the SNES, a narrow majority of teachers would not be adverse to extending the presence in the facility. Read more of the article Are immigrant children doomed to school failure? The words of Claude Gueant never cease to elicit reactions. What really academic success of immigrants? Read more of the article Masters alternately: DIY or solution? For unions teacher training by alternating master does not meet the requirements. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- — Mediapart (fee) of 25/05/11 A gigantic blunder of the jury at the threat story contest aggregation error and silence of some historians combine to threaten the aggregation of history. The given text comment for medieval history test was presented as an authentic document while he proves to be a pastiche of the 1960s! Read the rest of the article ——————————————- — Slate.fr of 25/05/11 Nothing seen … ——————————— ————- EducPros of 25/05/11 Team Entrepreneur, a business school in Angers … without teachers Launched in 2009 in Angers, Team Entrepreneur is a nursery school where students create their business . Training like this will open at EM Strasbourg in September 2011. They both belong to a Finnish network. Read more of the article EduCity: a giant hub of knowledge opens in Malaysia Opposite the shores of Singapore, an international university center, created from scratch, will gradually open in September 2011. In 2025, it should accommodate sixteen miles students. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————- VousNousIls of 25/05/11 Paris / return 2011: the effects of the "baby boom" will be felt in 6th (rectory) the effects of the "baby boom" of children born in 1999/2001 will continue to be felt in September 2011 in Paris when they come into the sixth before a decline in 2012 followed by further increases, said Wednesday Philippe Patras, the rector of Paris. Read more of the article classes closure: Jacob (UMP) advocates a "case by case" The leader of the UMP Christian Jacob spoke against "a moratorium" on the closure of 1,500 primary classes the return announced by Education Minister Luc Chatel, but he advocated a "case by case", especially in rural areas. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————————- This work is licensed under a Creative Commons license. Posted by Watrelot on Wednesday, May 25, 2011

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