Special Programming: Education, New Releases

Throughout the year, from matins to a powerful offer of knowledge programmes, by choosing its themes and its guests, prioritizing ideas over opinions, France Culture positions itself as the media partner of education.

On January 24 this year, France Culture coincides with the International Day of Education with a special live program, with its contribution to the #LearningPlanet festival and identifying the winners of the educational podcast competition among teachers, Teachers Podcast.

Since the beginning of the school year in September, general education programs have proven to be an important direction for the development of the channel, in particular, the new daily program by Mathieu Garrigou Lagrange: Not daring to ask. In addition, great educators answer at the end of each program of knowledge to all the questions that we ask ourselves, not daring to formulate them (in history, philosophy, economics, science …); digital essay, great general knowledge podcast: Why and how (3.5 million downloads in December).

France Culture Antenna Programming:

6:00 am Bets / Baptiste Mackensturm
Private education gains momentum
Bruno Puse,
professor of education at the Jules Verne University of Picardy.

7:00 am / Guillaume Herner
With Stefania Giannini, Deputy Director-General of UNESCO for Education.

9:05 History course / Xavier Maudui
Transfer of knowledge, history of education
series of 4 shows from Monday to Thursday
Monday, January 24: Enlightening young minds, teaching the Age of Enlightenment
With Stephan Van DammeProfessor of Modern History, Head of the Department of Transnational History of Modern Europe, Faculty of History, ENS,
Josiane Guitard-MorelDoctor of Literature and French Language, Lecturer at the Clermont University of Auvergne,
And Jacques CattelenAssociate Professor of the Department of Physical Sciences.
Tuesday, January 25: Whipping and punishment, punishment for education?
With Elizabeth Lussemedieval historian, researcher at CNRS (Laboratory for Western Medieval Research in Paris / University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
And Emmanuel Chapronprofessor at the University of Aix-Marseille, director of cumulative research at the École Pratique des Hautes Études.
Wednesday, January 26: The time of innovative pedagogy, the child in the center of the school
With Lawrence de KockDoctor of Education, Lecturer in Didactics of History and Sociology of the Curriculum at the University of Paris,
And Melanie Fabrepostgraduate student in history, EHESS lecturer at the CESPRA laboratory.
Thursday, January 27: Panthéon-Sorbonne, which university after May 68?
With Marie-Caroline LuceHead of the Department of Archives of the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne,
Philippe Boutryformer president of the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and honorary member of the University Institute of France,
And Eric Pesmepostdoctoral fellow, student at ENS Ulm.

11:00 World cultures / Florian Delorme
International education policy
series of 4 shows from Monday to Thursday
Monday, January 24: UNESCO: what is the international policy for schools?
Tuesday, January 25: From a pandemic to the return of the Taliban: how to save girls’ education?
Wednesday, January 26: From American campuses to European studies: a threat to academic freedom?
Thursday, January 27: From the computer in the classroom to the remote classroom: can digital technologies be inclusive?

16:00 Scientific method / Nicholas Martin
science and education
With Angel Ansurteacher, head of the Savanturier program,
And Elena Paskinelliphilosopher, cognitive scientist, junior researcher at the Nicod Institute (CNRS-EHESS-ENS), member of the La Main à la Pâte Foundation.

21:00 Being and knowing / Louise Turre
Learning and teaching in a digital world
What pedagogies are developing in the field of audio and image? How to navigate in the multitude of current offers?
With Marie-Caroline Missir CEO of Reseau Canopé,
Estel Collar, mathematics teacher at Louis Armand’s secondary school in Nancy
And amazing woman on Tik Tok

Teachers Podcast

On January 24, France Culture will announce the selection of the winners of the educational podcast competition, initiated after the first birth with national and higher education teachers.

More than 300 proposals received a jury chaired by Jacques Attali and Sandrine Trainer, director of France Culture, combining several criteria: educational ambition, creative approach to sound and production, appeal to a young audience.

The jury consisted of knowledge program producers from France Culture: Adele Van Riet, Geraldine Mausna-Savoie, Louise Turret, Xavier Maudui, Quentin Lafay, Jean Beguin, Mathieu Garrigou-Lagrange, Nicolas Martin, Antoine Beauchamp and Marie-Caroline. Missir, director of the Canopée network, and Michel Mazodier, inspector of the Academy of Besançon.

These podcasts will benefit from exposure and distribution franceculture.fr and the Radio France app. France Culture, education media partner, wants to bring attention to teachers’ podcasts and thus support their distribution and visibility through their legitimacy and distribution.

> Visit this page on Monday, January 24th for the winning podcasts.

#LearningPlanet

The opening of the International Day of Education at the #LearningPlanet festival will be accompanied by Louise Turreshow producer to be and to know on the culture of France. She will host a roundtable on new perspectives for education in the 21st century. Stacy Algrainfounder of Thinking After, Francois Germinet, CY University President, Marie-Caroline MissirCEO of Canopé Network, Karin SeilerHigh Commissioner for Skills, François Taddeipresident of the Institute for the Study of the Planet, Flora Wasserwriter, entrepreneur, journalist, director.
> Monday, January 24, from 10:00 to 11:00 online

Sweet dreams with #LearningPlanet and French culture

What are you dreaming about? the question is thatArno Laportemanufacturerculture on France Culture, posing for his guests every morning at 8:55.
One of the questions asked by #LearningPlanet to teachers and students around the world as part of the Dream Lesson initiative. What knowledge or know-how would you like to share with the world?

This program aims to bring lessons together on a “dream map” to display them as well as provide resources available to the teacher community.

In this context, France Culture has chosen several Dreams artists for the podcast: Bertrand Belin, Hubert Blanc-Francard, Simonetta Gregio, Jean-Marie Larier, Natasha Appana, Marina Abramovic.

Open Pantheon of French Culture

In partnership with the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, France Culture asked its producers to think of a personality they would like to embody in the ideal pantheon and explain why.
This Monday 24, we reveal the list online. And you, who would you put in the Pantheon?

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