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RDST est le fruit de la fusion des revues Aster et Didaskalia. Avec deux numéros par an composés d'un dossier et de varia, RDST s’affirme comme une revue francophone de référence de recherches en didactique des sciences et des technologies.
La revue contribue à la production de connaissances didactiques en proposant un espace de débat scientifique portant à la fois sur l'enseignement et l'apprentissage des sciences et des technologies (de la maternelle à l'université), sur la diffusion des savoirs scientifiques et technologiques, et sur la formation à l'enseignement de ces domaines.

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22 | 2020
Les sciences et les technologies pour les élèves de 2 à 6 ans

What kind of science and technology education for 2 to 6 year olds?
Edited by Joël Bisault and Yann Lhoste

Research on the scientific and technological education of very young pupils has been developing significantly in recent years in France and in other countries. However, this research is still limited compared to that on older pupils. Moreover, the very nature of this early scientific and technological education is not the subject of a consensus (or is still a subject of debate) either at the level of the various institutional prescriptions or at the level of the researchers who are interested in it. Should this education be considered from the point of view of the content of the higher levels, or should the specific characteristics of this school segment be taken into account first and foremost? It is within the framework of the development of this still emerging research problem that the RDST journal has decided to devote the dossier of n°22 to the scientific and technological education of pupils aged 2 to 6. This dossier includes 6 articles presenting various approaches to content relating to the world of matter or objects. Three complementary research perspectives are present in this dossier: pupils' learning, teaching practices and curricular contents. The articles in this dossier provide some answers in these three directions, and also point to questions that are still open.

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