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11.12.2023: Cadre théorique - [ Padlet] - [ Slides]
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15.12.2023: Positionality - [ Slides]
09.02.2024: Data collection - [ Slides]  

== Topics ==
== Topics ==

Revision as of 08:27, 11 February 2024


Peer-Net stands for Peer Exchange Network in Teacher Education and is a project led by the PHZH with the support of SERI.

The project's goal is about bringing teachers and students from two different countries to develop a course together, including two mobilities with students and teachers in both countries, i.e. peer-teaching and learning in action.

ERDIE / FPSE / UNIGE together with ISEFC / UVT develop a course on research method in education, equivalent to 3 ECTS. Students from ISEFC are students from the Master professionnel en Sciences de l’Education, Parcours : Technologies Educatives and students from UNIGE are Master students enrolled in the course Research on Basic Education in the Global South.

Modules developed

The content that will be developed jointly represent 7 modules as follows:

Module 1: Researcher's stance, positionality and epistemology (BC)

Module 2: Documentary search (MR)

Module 3: Literature review and theoretical framework (AA)

Module 4: Problematising (AA)

Module 5: Researcher's tools and data collection (AN & ZT)

Module 6: Data analysis (AN & ZT)

Module 7: Scientific writing (BC)

These modules will be oriented towards research in education in the Global South and developed in French or English.

Output: each module designer will produce: i) content and related resources for upfront autonomous on-line learning leading to a two-hours face-to-face group session to apply knowledge on students's projects and ii) a pedagogical scenario with activities for a two-hours face-to-face group session. At the end of the module and of the Peer-net project, each module designer will provide a reflexive assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the module for future improvement.

Within the regular course, some content are also being developed (in French):

11.12.2023: Cadre théorique - Padlet - Slides

15.12.2023: Positionality - Slides

09.02.2024: Data collection - Slides


Topics that students will be able to work are the following ones:

  • Difficultés d'apprentissage et échec scolaire au primaire
  • Alternatives éducatives pour lutter contre le décrochage scolaire
  • Qualité de la formation initiale des enseignants du primaire
  • Compétences professionnelles des enseignants du primaire
  • L'impact du stage pratique et l 'analyse réflexive sur les compétences professionnelles
  • Education en situation d'urgences
  • Education à la citoyenneté mondiale
  • TICE

Students' tasks

MA students of ISEFC: consolidate their research methods' skills to advance their thesis.

MA students of FPSE: get observations from the field within the programme of the course, Research on Basic Education in the Global South.

Both groups will provide peer feedback and play a role of "information provider". During mobilities, since the target audience is working, slots will be planned where both groups do meet and work together.

Group of students for the Methodo module: 10 students from FPSE and 10 students from ISEFC.


Mobility in Tunisia: 11-16 February 2024

Programme for this week dedicated to field research.

The trip to Tunisia will be jointly led with the Module Interculturality and Life skills but programmes will be separate.

Mobility in Switzerland: 5-10 May 2024

The visit to Switzerland will be led only within the Methodo module participants due to agenda constraints but we will arrange some time together among all those PEER-Net students who will be in Switzerland at the same time.

Preliminary draft programme for this week to reinforce research method capacities:

Day 1: Master students present their work

Day 2: Workshops on research method according to needs

Day 3: Workshops on research method according to needs

Day 4: School visits and visit of the International Bureau of Education

Day 5: Cultural visits, to be confirmed but maybe Archives Rousseau / Archives Piaget with an expert in the history of education.


September 25, 2023: Presentation of the PEER-Net project to FPSE students.