How teachers and researchers can cooperate to (re)design a curriculum?
|Titre||How teachers and researchers can cooperate to (re)design a curriculum?|
|Type de publication||Communications avec actes|
|Année de publication||2018|
|Titre de la Conférence/colloque||ICMI 24 School Mathematics Curriculum Reforms: Challenges, Changes and Opportunities|
|Titre des actes ou de la revue||CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS School Mathematics Curriculum Reforms: Challenges, Changes and Opportunities|
|Auteur(s)||Sensevy, G., Quilio S., Blocher J-N., Joffredo-Le Brun S., Morellato M. et Lerbour O.|
This paper is grounded on a design-based research, in which a curriculum for the First and Second Grades in Arithmetics has been built. This curriculum, termed Arithmetic and Comprehension at Elementary School (ACE), has been elaborated within a team composed of teachers and researchers, and implemented in classrooms. We present a concrete example of the way teachers and researchers work together to improve some aspects of the ACE curriculum, by designing “Inquiry and Training Threads”. This improvement work relies on the use a Picture-Text-Audio Hybrid System (PTAHS) that we briefly sketch.