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Le rapport au savoir en formation continue : les effets de l'inconscient chez un professeur des écoles. Une étude de cas

Abstract : Based on the case study of a primary school teacher, this research questions the reasons for the non-use of knowledge transmitted in swimming training courses in continuing education. Part of a clinical approach with a psychoanalytic orientation, this research explores the effects of how the unconscious operates as the thread of knowledge is being interrupted. Conducting clinical research interviews linked to the filmed observation of aswimming session allowed the collection of data.The interpretative analysis of the subject's speech reveals several unconscious manifestations for the non-use of knowledge related to the concepts of « Real », « enjoyment » and « already there».This suggests a peculiar relation to personal knowledge which creates professional perspectives aiming at the elaboration of a teacher trainer's clinical stance
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Matthieu Laugier, Yves Félix Montagne, Denis Loizon. Le rapport au savoir en formation continue : les effets de l'inconscient chez un professeur des écoles. Une étude de cas. Recherches en éducation, Université de Nantes, 2019, pp.60-72. ⟨halshs-02359064⟩

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