France - The practical guide for high school teachers specializing in reform is aimed at teachers in the second class. With this tool produced from concrete situations and testimonies, teachers have avenues to help build their course, in a gradual and reversible process, starting in second grade.
Training, courses, profiles
The school records of Vincent in final ES, Raphaëlle in final S… are analyzed by teachers and training managers from higher education with a view to post-baccalaureate. This guide also provides a complete overview of higher education paths: university studies (law, history, science, etc.), DUTs, BTSs, preparatory classes, engineering schools, etc. He denounces a certain number of received ideas on the various post-baccalaureate studies and proves that a training course can correspond to several profiles. From A for aeronautics to T as logistics transport, the guide explores 30 sectors of activity. With, for each of them, data on employment, the range of training courses and job openings.
Building a positive culture of guidance
The practical guide for high school teachers situates the high school reform in its context and details its novelties: personalized support, tutoring, generalization of the career path and training (PDMF) of the 5e in the final year, exploration lessons, bridging internships ... The book also reviews the resources made available to teachers by the Ministry of National Education and Onisep: the platform. form of advice and dialogue monorientationenligne.fr, websites, digital webclasseur portfolio ...
By offering a selection of the best tools and sources of information, the guide offers teachers a pragmatic approach to guidance.
The practical guide for high school teachers, special reform is an Onisep-L'Etudiant co-edition. It is free and distributed by Magnard editions to second-grade teachers in general and technological high schools. It is free to download from www.letudiant.fr and www.onisep.fr.