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Preservice Teacher Training for Diversity: A Research Project Based on an Intercultural Course

Abstract : This article discusses the exploratory stage of a research project addressing concerns of preservice M.Ed students in France regarding issues related to diversity by examining how an intercultural course can contribute to the shaping of their understanding of diversity. The criteria retained to analyse how the course can potentially participate in this shaping is discussed and illustrated with a sample Personal Experience Description. This PED shows how the course can give students the theoretical background needed to frame past experiences. The promising preliminary results will enrich the main phase of this project.
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Véronique Lemoine, Stephanie Lerat, Marie-José Gremmo. Preservice Teacher Training for Diversity: A Research Project Based on an Intercultural Course. III International Colloquium on Languages and Cultures in School and Society, Loyola Marymount University School of Education, Los Angeles California, Jul 2017, Soria, Spain. ⟨hal-02488564⟩

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