Les attitudes des élèves inscrits en formation axée sur l'emploi qui ont fréquenté une classe de cheminement particulier concernant leur parcours scolaire

Authors: Le Guern, Sarah
Advisor: Tremblay, Philippe
Abstract: In Quebec, the political discourse on the academic adaptations of students with handicaps, social maladjustments and learning difficulties (EHDAA) has evolved considerably. These political changes have had a direct impact on the care of students in difficulty in the school system. The current system favors the inclusion of these students in ordinary classes in a "normalizing" way. However, another 50% of students with special needs studies attend a special high school class. In addition to this discrepancy, studies have shown that EHDAA students who attend a regular class are more likely to succeed in school than those who attend a special class. These results seem relevant because they are consistent with those of Rousseau (2009), who notes the lack of qualification and graduation among this population despite the establishment of special classes and vocational training in high school. The purpose of this study is to collect data on the attitudes of students with adjustment and learning difficulties (EDAA) who attended a special high school class and who are currently enrolled in an employment-based training program (ECSPF3). Analyzing students' attitudes in special classes by asking them about their school career seems relevant and new since it allows to bring new scientific knowledge to research and intervention paths to educational actors. This descriptive study, written in a constructivist current, aims to analyze the attitudes of eight ECSPFs in order to seek ways of intervention. A reflection on the management of EDAA in special classes would promote their perseverance and their success in school.
Document Type: Mémoire de maîtrise
Issue Date: 2019
Open Access Date: 24 May 2019
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11794/34973
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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