Anne Lessard

Anne Lessard
Université de Sherbrooke | UdeS · Faculty of Education

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Populational surveys show that groups considered vulnerable—including young people with disabilities—face life circumstances that greatly complicate both the transition to adulthood and the development of autonomy. Based on a secondary analysis of 32 interviews conducted with such young people during or after their participation in a program design...
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Teachers' belief toward students with special educational needs (SEN) in the regular classroom is a condition that may influence the implementation of inclusive education. Nevertheless, some studies suggest that teachers' attitudes or self-efficacy beliefs toward students with behavioral difficulties (BD) are quite negative, but much less emphasis...
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Plusieurs études tendent à démontrer que les interactions en classe influencent la réussite, l’engagement et le comportement des élèves (Hamre et Pianta, 2007 ; Reyes et al., 2013 ; Rimm-Kaufman et al., 2015). Plus encore que la mesure objective des interactions, ce sont les perceptions des élèves seraient potentiellement déterminantes (Fraser, 199...
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Fondée sur la théorie sociale cognitive (Bandura, 1986), cette étude a examiné les liens entre les interactions en classe perçues par les élèves et leur sentiment d’efficacité personnelle à l’égard du travail scolaire en considérant le rôle modérateur de leurs caractéristiques comportementales. Les données ont été recueillies auprès de 574 élèves d...
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L'éducation inclusive n'est pas toujours vécue positivement par les futures enseignantes d'élèves en difficulté de comportement (DC) ; le recours à certaines pratiques serait notamment nuisible à leur réussite (Payne, 2015). Ces pratiques sont associées aux attitudes entretenues par les enseignantes, qui seraient à leur tour influencées par la form...
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Self-efficacy beliefs (SEB) are known to be significantly predictive of how well individuals perform in specific situations, as well as how they flourish through these. A remarkable amount of research has allowed to unveil the functioning of such beliefs in different contexts. In teaching practice, SEB could influence the level of effort that is ap...
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This research describe the relationship between parenting style, parental participation in school follow-up, the classroom climate perceived by students and the risk of dropping out of high school students in a perspective oriented towards school resiliency. Participants are students of a high school located in a disadvantaged socio-economic distri...
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Introduction Attitudes about inclusive education is influenced by the type of disability presented by students. Preservice teachers (PT), as for teachers in service, hold more negative attitudes towards the inclusion of students with emotional and behavioral difficulties (EBD) compared to those with learning difficulties (Cook, Cameron & Tankersley...
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Introduction Behavior and classroom management is often reported as a lack in preservice teacher preparation programs and in-service development (Freeman, Simonsen, Briere & MacSuga-Gage). However, little is known about what type of practices is specifically less acquired. The purpose of this research was to verify the frequency of effective classr...
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Introduction Behavior and classroom management is often reported as a lack in preservice teacher preparation programs and in-service development (Freeman, Simonsen, Briere & MacSuga-Gage). However, little is known about what type of practices is specifically less acquired. The purpose of this research was to verify the frequency of effective classr...
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Maintes études ont permis de mettre en évidence de multiples facteurs augmentant le risque que l’élève abandonne ses études avant l’obtention du diplôme d’études secondaires (Fortin, Marcotte, Diallo, Potvin et Royer, 2013). Par contre, certains élèves pourtant exposés à ces facteurs obtiennent leur diplôme (Harvey, 2007). Il apparaît ainsi pertine...
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Les objectifs de l’étude sont de: 1) Décrire et comparer le degré d’influence perçu par les futurs enseignants des acteurs provenant des pôles théoriques et pratiques sur la mise en place de pratiques de gestion des comportements difficiles; 2) Explorer les liens entre le programme de formation, l’année d’étude et le degré d’influence de chaque so...
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Introduction: Understanding why adolescent subjective assessments of status matter to their psychosocial outcomes over and above objective assessments of socioeconomic status (SES) requires a better comprehension of how adolescents construct status in themselves and others. Using a qualitative approach, the goal of the current study was to better...
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Enquanto a taxa de desemprego entre os jovens é relativamente baixa no Quebec, muitos deles trabalham desde os 13 ou 14 anos, ao mesmo tempo em que estudam. A partir de uma pesquisa realizada em 2014, entre 7.148 estudantes de 14 a 24 anos, foi possível traçar um perfil da atividade desses jovens no Quebec e as motivações que os levam a trabalhar d...
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Cet article presente une etude menee aupres de 968 eleves en transition de l’enseignement elementaire a l’enseignement secondaire au Quebec. Il examine l’effet de l’offre de projets pedagogiques particuliers (PPP) sur la composition des groupes-classes et, de la, sur le rendement scolaire des eleves. L’analyse de plusieurs degres prend appui sur le...
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Nous nous proposons d’étudier les caractéristiques des élèves décrocheurs en fonction de leur âge. Ainsi, nous chercherons (1) à comparer les typologies des élèves décrocheurs de 14 à 17 ans à partir d’analyses descriptives non paramétriques puis (2) à déterminer les probabilités de décrocher en fonction des caractéristiques des élèves selon leur â...
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Le présent article porte sur une étude exploratoire visant à documenter la relation élève-enseignant, en considérant celle-ci à la fois de la perspective de l’enseignant et de l’élève, dans le contexte spécifique d’une école en milieu défavorisé. En définissant la relation comme étant la zone d’interaction pédagogique et socioaffective entre l’ense...
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The authors focused on high school students who were at risk of dropping out and examined why some of these students persevered and graduated while others ended up dropping out of school. Sixty resilient students and 80 dropouts participated in the study. Our results indicate that although learning difficulties were shared by participants, 4 types...
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Cette étude transversale vise à mieux comprendre le lien entre la qualité de la relation élève-enseignant, le risque de décrochage scolaire et le genre des élèves. À l’aide d’un devis descriptif-corrélationnel, nous avons examiné la perception de 756 élèves de deuxième secondaire. Les résultats indiquent que les élèves à risque perçoivent plus néga...
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The concept of school success is examined through the definitions, research axes and actions chosen by researchers from Centre de recherche et d’intervention surla réussite scolaire (CRIRES) since its creation in 1992. The historical-cultural theory is applied to this case, and the Engeström model (1987, 1999) is used as a frame of re - ference to...
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In Quebec, the dropout rate reaches 30%. Low achievement and a lack of relationships are reported as contributing factors. This study analyses the relationships between the student's commitment, satisfaction, perceived achievement level, attitudes towards teachers, the perceived support and structure provided by teachers and the dropout risk. Parti...
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The main objective was to identify personal, family and school-related factors which distinguish students presenting behavior problems who drop out from those who persist. A multidimensional evaluation process shows that these students : do not cooperate in class; benefit from little supervision at home; show low achievement; and that teachers harb...
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There is much to be learned from students who were at-risk for dropping out of school but persevered and graduated. The purpose of the study on which this article is based, was to describe how students who were at-risk for dropping out of school persevered and graduated. The voices of two students are introduced, highlighting the challenges they fa...
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The purpose of this study was to describe how dropouts navigate their educational journeys. Eighty dropouts participated to individual interviews which were recorded and transcribed. The data analysis yielded three broad categories in answering the research question. Setting the stage in the family and the school, the dropouts described their teete...
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Résumé L’objectif de cette étude à méthodologie mixte menée auprès de 32 décrocheurs est d’identifier les facteurs de risque d’abandon scolaire et de décrire leurs cheminements dans leurs milieux de vie. Un volet quantitatif sert à identifier les facteurs de risque, alors qu’un volet qualitatif permet de décrire le vécu des participants. Les résult...
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The purpose of this study was to determine if non at-risk and four types of at-risk secondary school students perceive school bonding differently. Findings indicate there are differences between the two groups of students on affective, cognitive and behavioral components of school bonding, although no differences were found between at-risk types. G...
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School dropout is a complex social problem. In 1999, more boys (15 %) than girls (9 %) dropped out of Canadian schools prior to graduation (Bowlby and McMullen, 2002). In the United States, Kaufman et al. (2000) evaluated that 5 % more boys than girls dropped out of school. This literature review focuses on the place given to gender within studies...
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This qualitative case study explores how Maude, a female principal, leads her school and reaches decisions on a daily basis. The study took place in a private, Catholic all girls' school in an urban setting in the province of Quebec. Over the course of the four months spent in the research site, data was collected through observation, interviews an...

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Cette étude visait donc à décrire l’expérience scolaire de ces jeunes au cours de la COVID-19, mais également à inventorier leurs stratégies pouvant contribuer au maintien ou à l’accroissement de leur engagement scolaire dans un tel contexte.
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Le but de cette étude est d’identifier les facteurs qui influencent l’utilisation de pratiques réputées efficaces pour soutenir les élèves présentant des difficultés comportementales de type extériorisé (ÉDC: hyperactivité, inattention, opposition, agressivité) en classe ordinaire par les futures personnes enseignantes.