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Bachelor en Sciences de l'Education - Guide Pratique des Temps de Terrain et du Portofolio
Conditions d'Admission 2021-22

Bachelor en Sciences de l'Éducation

The Bachelor en Sciences de l’Education (Bachelor of Science in Education) is a 4-year program (8 full semesters of study, including 1 compulsory semester at a foreign university). To obtain the degree of BA in Educational Sciences, you must complete at least 240 credits.

How is the programme structured?

Within the BScE (Bachelor en Sciences de l’Education), courses can take various forms:

  • lectures
  • seminars
  • tutorials
  • mentorships
  • fieldwork
  • online courses

From the very beginning of the training until the fourth year, teaching methods based on active pedagogy are offered to students.

We have thus opted for problem-based learning and project-based learning approaches. These approaches encourage the development of reflective skills in students, namely:

  • conduct independent research,
  • link theory and practice,
  • analyse authentic school contexts,
  • define problems and needs,
  • develop personal questioning (shared with others),
  • design and implement original and innovative teaching practices and/or resources,
  • document and reflect on their teaching interventions,
  • implement a systematic working approach.

During each semester - except during your mobility semester - a field time (from the french "temps de terrain" TDT) is to be completed. The aim is to learn how to develop and implement one's own interventions as a teacher, taking into consideration the individual resources and socio-cultural background of the students.

The BScE also encourages a process of continuing education, both in languages and in pedagogy and didactics.

 

How will you be assessed?

Different teaching and learning styles are used in the Bachelor of Education. The modes of assessment vary according to the courses and modules. Students are required to take written examinations at the end of the semester, to complete assignments during the semester or to complete end-of-semester assignments (presentation, essay, project). The TDTs will be validated through evaluation interviews. The portfolio is validated during individual or small group tutorials (mobility).