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16:49 Apr 9, 2008
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
Science - Education / Pedagogy
French term or phrase: gestes professionnels
La notion de gestes professionnels des enseignants : entre analyse de l’activité, didactique des disciplines, et ingénierie de formation

http://www.iufm.fr/applis/actualites/article.php3?id_article...
Noëlle
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4 +1professional competenceskatsy
4professional gesturesCcilb77
3(to fulfill) professional duties
Anne Farina
1The notion that the complete scope of the teacher's role is to be played outMatthewLaSon


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professional gestures


Explanation:
Comme ça, c'est aussi vague et inexplicite en anglais qu'en français! Voir ma note ci-dessus pour l'explication

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(to fulfill) professional duties


Explanation:
Dans le monde de l'entreprise mais aussi en analyse du travail et en ergonomie, on désigne généralement par "geste professionnel" un ensemble articulé et coordonné d'actions, mouvements, postures et opérations mentales visant à réaliser un objet technique (ou à intervenir sur lui) et requérant la mobilisation de compétences professionnelles.

L'acquisition et la maîtrise de gestes professionnels efficients, dans le cadre de la réalisation d'activités professionnelles constitutives d'un emploi, reste la finalité d'une formation professionnelle ou d'un apprentissage.


    Reference: http://chronicle.com/jobs/2001/10/2001100501c.htm
Anne Farina
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The notion that the complete scope of the teacher's role is to be played out


Explanation:
Hello,

All the things a teacher can do to assist in the learning process and improve the "educational" well-being of students" which go beyond just standard teaching (e.g, build self-esteem, enourage students, talk to them outside class)

This is not very clear at all.

I hope this helps.

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1 hr   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +1
professional competences


Explanation:
Please see this link:
http://www.inrp.fr/vst/LettreVST/english/april2007_en.htm
It is, I know, a translation from French, but refers very closely to the European Framework for language teaching, and you will see a paragraph on "teachers' competences" which seem to be very close to what your sentence says about "analyse des activités..." etc.

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Note added at 2 hrs (2008-04-09 18:52:15 GMT)
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see also http://www.vlor.be/webEUNEC/07Statements/Statements 7 - Elem...

And: The development of professional competences should be viewed over the continuum of
professional life. Not all teachers leaving their initial teacher education should be
expected to possess all of the necessary competences. However, the challenge for
education leaders is to ensure that such competences are present at a collective,
institutional level.
Teachers should be able to:
Work with knowledge, technology and information: they need to be able to work with
a variety of types of knowledge. Their education should equip them to access, analyse,
validate, reflect on and transmit knowledge, making effective use of technology where
this is appropriate.
from: http://www.see-educoop.net/education_in/pdf/01-en_principles...
Again these docs concern the European Framework...

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Note added at 2 hrs (2008-04-09 18:59:35 GMT)
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Having looked at your link, Noelle, title of a study day from a teacher training department (IUFM), I feel even more confident about my suggestion.

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agree  Mark Nathan
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  -> Thanks Mark :-)
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