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Rôles de l’auxiliaire de vie scolaire (AVS) auprès de jeunes enfants en situation de handicap

Abstract : This article deals with speeches and practices of school aids taking part in the welcoming process of young disabled in nursery schools. Based on a theoretical interactionnist and phenomenological framework and on a qualitative data analysis of semistructured interviews – with fifteen nursery school teachers and six school aids – and of filmed class observations – in two nursery schools during a school year – this research is meant to identify the roles played by the school aids in taking into account disability. The results show that school aids ensure better mediation between the teacher, the young disabled child and his/her pairs of age which can be divided into three parts : interpretation, negotiation and help. By highlighting the diversity and the complexity of these various roles, this article aims at enhancing the value of school aids giving them a rightful place in the inclusion
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Diane Bedoin, Martine Janner-Raimondi. Rôles de l’auxiliaire de vie scolaire (AVS) auprès de jeunes enfants en situation de handicap. Spirale - Revue de Recherches en Éducation , Association pour la Recherche en Education (ARED), 2016, Petite enfance et politique inclusive : quelle prise en compte du handicap ?, pp.67-80. ⟨10.3406/spira.2016.990⟩. ⟨hal-02333245⟩



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