Pratiques inclusives en mathématiques dans le second degré: études de cas en ULIS collège

Abstract : In France, localized units for inclusive education (ULIS) within the college have experienced a strong development since the law of February 11, 2005. These devices allow students recognized institutionally disabled to have a schooling in an ordinary class while benefiting from a support device. These students benefit from a shared schedule that leads them to attend various didactic systems, whether in the regular classroom or in the context of the specialized group. Our research work focuses on observing inclusive mathematical practices in these ULIS devices. In particular, we seek to find out what are the favorable conditions for the specialized grouping (auxiliary didactic system) to play a role in assisting the study with regard to the ordinary class (main didactic system). To study the question of articulations between different didactic systems we place ourselves in a double theoretical framework. The comparative approach in didactics combined with tools from mathematical didactics allows us to compare different didactic systems from the analysis of the time frames produced by these systems. This work, based on four case studies carried out in four different colleges, shows that if the articulation between the class and the specialized group is an object thought by a majority of the actors met, the assistance to the study of auxiliary didactic system vis-à-vis the main didactic system is possible when certain conditions are met, but it is not systematic.
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Frédéric Dupré. Pratiques inclusives en mathématiques dans le second degré: études de cas en ULIS collège. Education. Aix Marseille Université, 2019. Français. ⟨tel-02385616⟩



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