The diversity, the coexistence and the confrontation of contexts of different natures (historical, geographical, ecological, sociolinguistic and cultural...) play a fundamental role in many learning, teaching and training situations. The Contextes et Didactiques journal publishes works reflecting this dimension, which has been inadequately explored, whether it concerns empirical research, reports on innovative practices, analyses of teaching resources, literature reviews and theoretical reflections, related to the interactions between a plurality of contexts and education, training and learning situations. The journal proposes two issues per year, usually organized around a central theme. The existence of a Varia section also makes it possible to publish non-thematic articles. Published texts are assessed through double-blind reviewing by an international scientific committee.

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Edited by Christophe Gremion, Charles Hadji and Édyta Tominska