Le stagiaire en EPS confronté à la diversité des élèves : un regard à 360 degrés
In the canton of Vaud in Switzerland, the Department of Education, Youth and Culture (DFJC) has made the promotion of equal opportunities in schools one of its priorities. This prerogative aims to promote better consideration of the diversity of students' needs so that each of them can achieve their full potential. However, its operationalisation remains difficult, especially for trainee teachers. Aiming to better understand the development of the activity of Physical Education (PE) trainee teachers, this research shows, on the basis of two studies, that they experience emotionally significant situations, particularly in relation to the diversity of the public they are confronted with during their first experiences on school placement. Based on these results, suggestions are made concerning the current teaching education for the dual training of PE teachers.
Key words: student teacher; physical education; student diversity; emotionally significant situation
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