Les Etablissements scolaires et la recherche en education: problÃ¨mes mÃ©thodologiques et Ã©pistÃ©mologiques (Eds.) Hugon & Viaud
Keywords:Educational alternatives, progressive education, alternative education, difference, educational theory, educational philosophy, home education, education policy
Marie-Anne Hugon and Marie-Laure Viaudâ€™s Les Etablissements scolaires et la recherche en Ã©ducation, problÃ¨mes mÃ©thodologiques et Ã©pistÃ©mologiques is a welcome addition to the epistemological and methodological discussion on alternative pedagogies in France. The approach is both theoretical and more pragmatic with a first part hinging on broader epistemological and methodological issues while the second part is dedicated to the specifics of evaluation. It gives interesting insights into the difficulty of studying French alternative schools that tend to shy away from researchers for many reasons
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