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Bousculer pour développer des compétences interculturelles en master MEEF : analyse de microaggressions

Abstract : In this article, after having exposed a training device, we show through the results of a study, how students teachers develop intercultural competences (IC) in negotiated collective and individual writings about experienced microaggressions (Kyun, 2013). The students, working part-time in a classroom, are confronted with heterogeneous contexts in schools and subject to injunctions to respect others. Many researchers define IC as a reflexive and (self-)critical process that considers the context in which interlocutors interact. In an MEEF master's degree programme at a university in the Hauts-de-France, the pedagogical system of intercultural training is designed in coherence with this paradigm so that students develop ICs. The innovative training device challenges the dominant ideology surrounding ICs, namely the militancy for an idealized living together, through dialogue between students. Finally, the points of vigilance presented open doors for other university courses.
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Véronique Lemoine. Bousculer pour développer des compétences interculturelles en master MEEF : analyse de microaggressions. Revue internationale de pédagogie de l’enseignement supérieur, 2021, Pratiques pédagogiques innovantes, interculturalité et compétences, 37(1), ⟨10.4000/ripes.3025⟩. ⟨hal-02956846⟩



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