“Learning to read: inequalities and socio-economic factors” workshop

Le 21 March 2019 De 10:00 à 18:00
Le 21 March 2019 De 10:00 à 18:00
Le 21 March 2019 De 10:00 à 18:00
Le 21 March 2019 De 10:00 à 18:00
Le 21 March 2019 De 10:00 à 18:00
Le 21 March 2019 De 10:00 à 18:00
Le 21 March 2019 De 10:00 à 18:00
Le 21 March 2019 De 10:00 à 18:00

On Thursday, March 21, the Université de Lyon will host a workshop exploring the socio-economic factors that play a role in how people learn to read, held by the Collège académique EduCoLa (Education, cognition, language). This multidisciplinary seminar will include talks by social science and cognitive (neuro)science researchers.

It is open to anyone who is working on issues surrounding learning to read or who would like to build a project addressing this issue. The workshop aims to lead to shared research projects, bringing together cognitive science researchers, sociologists and learning science specialists.

The day will provide an opportunity for participants to talk about how social science and cognitive (neuro)science take socio-economic factors into account in the area of education, and particularly in the area of reading.

How should take these factors into account, and what methodology should be used? How can qualitative and quantitative approaches be used together...? Such are the questions that will be addressed by the speakers:

Social sciences, learning science

  • Sylvain Broccolichi (University professor, sociology, ESPE Artois)
  • Jérôme Deauvieau (University professor, sociology, ENS de Lyon, member of the French National Education Science Board)
  • Valérie Fontanieu (Design engineer, statistics, IFE-ENS de Lyon)
  • Paul Gioia (Sociology PhD student at the INED, thesis topic: “Introduction to writing: crossover study of practices in schools and family upbringing”)
  • Christophe Joigneaux (Associate Professor, Learning science, ESPE, Créteil)
  • Stanislas Morel (Associate Professor, ECP, Lyon)
  • Rémi Sinthon (Doctor of sociology, specialist of social mobility and quantitative methods)

Cognitive (neuro)science

  • Eddy Cavalli (Associate Professor, cognitive science, EMC, Université Lumière Lyon 2)
  • Edouard Gentaz (Professor, University of Geneva)
  • Mathilde Fort (Associate Professor, cognitive science, ISC)
  • Liliane Sprenger-Charolles (Director Emeritus for research at the CNRS, psycholinguist, member of the French National Education Science Board)

► To register, please send an e-mail to Stanislas Morel: stanislas.morel@univ-st-etienne.fr