La supervision du personnel enseignant : une étude comparative Québec-Chine

Authors: Tian, Jiafan
Advisor: Bouchamma, Yamina
Abstract: In both utterly different contexts, China and Quebec, what are the perceptions, practices and expectations of teachers with regard to support for teachers? How Supervisors accompany individually and collectively teachers? What obstacles facing the accompaniment of teachers? What similarities and what differences between coaching teachers in China and Quebec? This memory will answer these questions from a survey by questionnaire to teachers working in several levels of school. In China, there were N = 118 participants who voluntarily responded to our study, and the number is N = 125 for Quebec. The theoretical framework of the interconnected model of professional growth Clarke & Hollingsworth (2002) suggests that the changes of teachers occur in different areas with external domain, internal domain and the field of results. The factorial analyses for the external domain of individual practices show teachers from China and Quebec share the same factors, with a slight difference in the statements. In the external domain of collective practices, the factors are different from one context to another. Then there is the internal area, where participants of the two contexts have the same needs and the same wishes to achieve a sense of personal and collective efficacy. Finally, it is also the case for the field of results: teachers of both territories share contribution factors and obstacles encountered during the process. Key words: Supervision, opinions, China, Quebec
Document Type: Mémoire de maîtrise
Issue Date: 2016
Open Access Date: 24 April 2018
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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