Special programming: Education, new issues

Throughout the year, from Matins to the powerful offering of knowledge programs, by choosing its themes and its visitors, by favoring ideas over opinions, France Culture has positioned itself as a media partner. in education. .

On January 24, Culture of France committed to International Education Day with a special on-air program, its contribution to the #LearningPlanet festival and by revealing the winners of its call for teacher education podcasts, the Teachers’ Podcast.

Since the start of the school year in September, general knowledge programs have established themselves as an important axis of growth for the channel, especially Matthieu Garrigou’s new daily program. Lagrange: Do not dare to ask. Also, great teachers will answer at the end of each program of knowledge all the questions we ask ourselves without daring to do so (in history, philosophy, economics, science …); composing in digital format, a good podcast on general knowledge: Why and how (3.5 million downloads in December).

Antenna programming in French Culture:

6:00 am The Stakes / Baptiste Muckensturm
Private education has gained ground
Bruno Poucet,
professor of educational sciences at the University of Picardie-Jules Verne.

7:00 in the morning / Guillaume Erner
With Stefania Giannini, Deputy Director General of UNESCO in charge of Education.

9:05 The History Course / Xavier Mauduit
Knowledge transfer, a history of education
series of 4 performances from Monday to Thursday
Monday January 24: Enlighten young minds, teach the Age of Enlightenment
With Stephane Van Dammeprofessor of modern history, chairman of transnational history of modern Europe in the history department of ENS,
Josiane Guitard-Moreldoctor of literature and French language, professor at Clermont Auvergne University,
and Jacques Cattelinassociate professor of physical sciences.
Tuesday, January 25: Beating and punishment, punishment to be educated?
With Elisabeth LussetMedieval historian, researcher at CNRS (Laboratory of Western Medieval Studies in Paris / University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
and Emmanuelle Chapronprofessor at Aix-Marseille University, director of cumulative studies at the École Pratique des Hautes Études.
Wednesday January 26: The era of innovative pedagogies, the child at the center of the school
With Laurence de Cockdoctor of educational sciences, teacher of didactics in history and sociology in the curriculum at the University of Paris,
and Melanie Fabregraduate normal history student, EHESS teacher, attached to CESPRA laboratory.
Thursday January 27: Panthéon-Sorbonne, what university after May 68?
With Marie-Caroline Lucehead of the archives department at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne,
Philippe Boutryformer president of the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and honorary member of the Institut Universitaire de France,
and Eric Pesmepost-doctoral student, ENS Ulm student.

11 am Cultures of the World / Florian Delorme
International policies for education
series of 4 performances from Monday to Thursday
Monday January 24: UNESCO: what are the international policies for schools?
Tuesday, January 25: From the pandemic to the return of the Taliban: how to save women’s education?
Wednesday January 26: From American campuses to European research: are academic freedoms threatened?
Thursday January 27: From the classroom computer to the remote classroom: can digital be inclusive?

4:00 pm The Scientific Method / Nicholas Martin
science and education
With Angel Ansourteacher, director of the “Savanturiers” program,
and Elena Pasquinelliphilosopher, cognitive science specialist, associate researcher at the Nicod Institute (CNRS-EHESS-ENS), member of the La Main à la Pâte Foundation.

9 pm Awareness and Awareness / Louise Tourret
Learn and teach in digital worlds
What pedagogies have been developed in audio and image? How does one find one’s way to most of today’s offer?
With Marie-Caroline Missir General Manager of Réseau Canopé,
Estelle Kolar, math teacher at Louis Armand high school in Nancy
and strange woman in Tik Tok

The Teachers Podcast

On January 24, France Culture will publicly announce the selection of the winners of the education podcast competition, which began after the initial incarceration of teachers of national education and higher education.

More than 300 suggestions were received on the jury headed by Jacques Attali and Sandrine Treiner, director of Culture in France, by combining several criteria: educational ambition, creativity in terms of voice and production, attractiveness for young audiences- aw.

The jury was composed of producers of knowledge programs from French Culture: Adèle Van Reeth, Géraldine Mosna-Savoye, Louise Tourret, Xavier Mauduit, Quentin Lafay, Jean Beghin, Matthieu Garrigou-Lagrange, Nicolas Martin, Antoine Beauchamp, and Marie -Caroline Missir, director of the Canopée network and Michel Mazaudier, inspector of the Besançon academy.

These podcasts benefit from the exposure and power of dissemination franceculture.fr and the Radio France app. France Culture, education media partner, wants to promote podcast productions to teachers and thus support their dissemination and visibility through the power of its legitimacy and distribution.

> Go to this page on Monday 24/01 to find out the winning podcasts.


The opening of the International Day of Education at the #LearningPlanet Festival will be accompanied by Louise Tourretproducer of that show To be able and to know in French Culture. He will lead a round table of new perspectives for education in the 21st century, with Stacy AlgrainBuilds Thinking After, Francois Germinet, President of CY University, Marie-Caroline MissirGeneral Manager of Canopé Network, Carine SeilerHigh Commissioner for Skills, Francois TaddeiPresident of the Learning Planet Institute, Flora Vasseurwriter, entrepreneur, journalist, director.
> Monday January 24, from 10 am to 11 am online

Sweet dreams with #LearningPlanet and France Culture

What do you dream of? this is the questionArnaud Laporteproducer ofCultural Activity at France Culture, poses every morning at 8:55 a.m. with its guests.
One of the questions #LearningPlanet also asks to teachers and students around the world for the “Lesson of Dreams” initiative. What knowledge or knowledge do you wish to share with the world?

This program aims to combine lessons into a “dream map” to map them out, but also to feed the resources available to the community of teachers.

In this context, French Culture selects some Dreams of the podcast artists: Bertrand Belin, Hubert Blanc-Francard, Simonetta Greggio, Jean-Marie Larrieu, Nathacha Appanah, Marina Abramovic.

The Open Pantheon of French Culture

In collaboration with the Center for Interdisciplinary Research, France Culture asked its producers to consider the personality they would like to place in an ideal Pantheon and explain why.
This Monday 24, we unveiled the list, online. And you, who will you put in the Pantheon?

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