The Contextes et Didactiques journal focuses on scientific works that reflect the role played by the diversity, the coexistence and the confrontation of contexts of different natures (historical, geographical, ecological, sociolinguistic and cultural ...) during the interactions in learning, education and training situations. This work can be of empirical research, reports of innovative practices, analyses of teaching resources, literature reviews and theoretical reflections.
The journal draws a particular attention to works related on questions of didactic contextualization in post-colonial situations, in the French overseas territories. However, it is generally orientated towards any specific situation highlighting the existing gaps between institutional requirements, contexts and the actors’ conceptions, or "context effects" and contribute to their identification and their consideration in teaching, learning and training processes. Thus, the journal is open to any contribution dealing with didactic issues engaged with different contextual elements.
Proposals for contributions should be sent to the secretariat of the journal (email@example.com), as well as to the editor (s) -in-chief for each thematic issue within the deadlines (see: Call for contributions). Calls for contributions are launched twice a year, in June and in December. The Contextes et Didactiques journal also publishes non-thematic texts in a “Varia” section. The journal has an editorial board and a scientific committee, composed of experts to ensure the quality of the articles published. The submitted contributions are subjected to a double-blind review by the scientific committee. The latter is responsible for reading the submitted manuscripts, for assessing them and for proposing any necessary changes for publication. The journal is not responsible for the submitted manuscripts. Sending documents to the journal implies the author’s agreement for their publication. Authors hold full responsibility for the texts and images published in the journal.
The former journal entitled "Recherches et Ressources en Éducation et Formation" created in 2007 by lecturers-researchers in Didactics of the IUFM (Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maîtres or Teacher Training Institute) of Guadeloupe. It used to be a printed version, published annually by the CRDP (Centre Régional de Documentation Pédagogique or Pedagogical Documentation Center) of Guadeloupe. In 2004, the title and editorial format changed and it is now a biannual online Education Sciences entitled: Contextes et Didactiques. This journal is supported by ESPE (Higher School of Teaching and Education) hosted by School Administration of Guadeloupe and the University of the French West Indies. It also receives support from the Center for Research and Resources in Education and Training (CRREF EA4538). Previous issues and articles are free of charge and can be found online on the official website of the journal (http://web.espe-guadeloupe.fr/la-recherche/revue-contextes-et-didactiques/ ).
The first three issues are also on sale and available in a paper version at the Canopé of the Académie of Guadeloupe (Route Documentation, Lotissement Petit Mahogany, BP 385, 97183 Abymes Cedex) and on its online store: http: // www .cndp.fr / CRDP-Guadeloupe /.
The Contextes et Didactiques journal publishes:
empirical research and original results;
literature reviews and theoretical approaches;
reports of scientific books;
presentations of theses, conferences and scientific events.
The Contextes et Didactiques journal welcomes publications from a wide audience: researchers, trainers, teachers, students, education professionals.
Title: Contextes et Didactiques
ISSN electronic edition: 2551-6116
Frequency: Two issues per year
Date created: 2007
Publisher: Université des Antilles
Access and Licensing
Publication in open access
Creative Commons - Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 Unported - CC BY-NC 4.0
Publication fees: no
Submission fees: no
Review process: double-blind peer review
Average time between submission and publication: 36 weeks