School is strongly criticized by a majority of its actors over its vulnerability and its fragmentation. To cope with these flaws and to uphold their function of educator, many teachers had to develop strategies such as differentiated instruction. Differentiated instruction holds an essential role in teaching even if each teacher assumes it in itsown particular way. We decided not to treat diversification as a research concept but rather as a notion that urges their agents to take action they would not implement if they were not forced to doso by the substantial obstacles they encounter in their daily educators’ life. Indeed, we interviewed seventeen teachers from elementaryto under and post-graduate levelsto explore, in a subjective approach, the elements in their practice that reveal implicit or explicit tensions that weakens the school system and makes school a stressful and uncomfortable place that can even generate pain.
|Education et Socialisation : les cahiers du CERFEE
|Published - 31 Mar 2021