His reflection may seem paradoxical when academic fields are thin. However, it is logical. Above all, avoid candidates failing along the way, curb dropouts, and encourage students to earn their diplomas. “The aim is to better integrate well-prepared students from the first year.” A very relevant comment as we need to attract more students to these courses as recent statistics show. “But by extending the studies, we've increased the dose, with the risk of eliminating some candidates.”
The new initial training for teachers, extended to four years, attracted 23% fewer new entrants
“Review the lessons first and lay the groundwork”
A collective reflection has begun among higher education institutions. It already has an impact on first-year priorities. “Besides a two-week observational internship to reinforce academic choice, the first period of four years to become a teacher from second to third grade is devoted to reviewing lessons and establishing common foundations.He informs. It is only from the second year that this training becomes truly professional.
The first exam session has just ended. In the first year, this equates to many failures, but neither more nor less than usual. For the first time, thanks to the reform of initial training, future teachers were faced with the courses of a large audience that had not existed until then. “We targeted these two courses and provided close support. The results are encouraging, but we may not have the means to expand this method to all courses…”
In Section 1 Sylvie, a professor and educational psychologist at a high school, asks to remain anonymous. He believes that expanded examinations will help restore the image of the departments that have lost their luster and attract as many good candidates as possible.
Its target: pretextual secondary divisions
The teacher was angry. She is furious with those who convince students and their families that all high school diplomas are equal and prepare them uniformly for higher education. Its target: Certain fields of merit. “When we are not used to studying, has is has has has has has has has has has been wrong ideas about our studies: it will be simple, we will play little games or games with the children. But no: there are real needs in theoretical subjects. Its high school also puts things in place to improve success. It requires a lot of energy “Because even French often causes a problem”.
The professor says these excuse courses are designed to keep students who are not doing well elsewhere academically until the age of 18. “What a disgrace! These channels lead to nothing. Bad: Students believe that if they put in some effort, they can become teachers. And then they come to us.”
When talking about the attraction to the profession and the courses leading to it, questions about orientation and level of needs cannot be avoided. Bring at least maximum number of candidates to the finish line.
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