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Journal of Quality in Education
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ISSN (Print) 2028-1897
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  • L’éducation pilier du développement économique et
           humain au Maroc

    • Authors: Hassan Marhnine, Chafika Zarhouti
      Pages: 184 - 206
      Abstract: This research is part of a perspective of highlighting the impact of education and training on the qualification and promotion of professional human resources skills. It also helps to highlight the dialectical and substantial correlation between the expansion of human capital and the economic, social and cultural development of different nations. Moreover, it is commonly accepted among the various political or economic actors that education and training is of major importance in the progress made by nations in the various sectors and even an essential vector of their rebirth. It shows that the governments of various countries are sparing no effort in investing heavily in this education sector. They do not care at all about the colossal budgets that this requires, and the immediate repercussions that they should imperatively generate on the economic and social aspects, as long as they are convinced that the good performance of the education system inevitably has repercussions in the short term, in the medium or long term in the various productive sectors, through the wealth they are likely to generate. This research is structured in two parts, one theoretical and another practical, as follows: the theoretical part emphasizes the key factors that intervene in the production of wealth and which consequently drive economic and social development, in this case, human capital and financial capital. The practical part is dedicated to a statistical study relating to the correlation between human capital and economic growth. The research is closed by certain suggestions inherent to the topic discussed in this article.      
      PubDate: 2020-11-12
      DOI: 10.37870/joqie.v10i16.233
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 16 (2020)
       
  • L’impact des variables individuelles et contextuelles sur la
           performance scolaire

    • Authors: El Mokhtar Chikhi, Mohamed Benjilali, Abdallah Zarou
      Pages: 207 - 226
      Abstract: The notion of performance is the key word of our study. This notion is today at the heart of debates that shake schools. On the one hand the latter must provide quality education and on the other hand schools are subject to the obligation to report to the citizen. These two constraints result in the need to identify the individual and contextual variables of students' academic performance i.e. the factors likely to lead to academic success. We are aware in our study that we cannot be content with a single determinant as long as the analysis of school performance is multifactorial. The purpose of this article is to present in the first part the individual and contextual variables that have already been the subject of the research. And in the second part to determine the impact of these variables on the academic performance of a sample representing 11425 pupils of students enrolled in the third year of college education during the 2016-2017 school year, reporting to the management Provincial of Sidi Bernoussi of the Academy Casa Settat region. The data collected is studied using the SPSS software.      
      PubDate: 2020-11-12
      DOI: 10.37870/joqie.v10i16.234
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 16 (2020)
       
  • The Theories of learning and methods of teaching foreign languages

    • Authors: Asma Nifaoui
      Pages: 227 - 252
      Abstract: The objective of this article is to provide a historical overview of the learning trends that have marked several fields over the past two centuries, and from which the methods of teaching foreign languages ​​have been largely inspired. Teaching and learning a foreign language has always been a major concern of officials working in the education sector. Finding a unique method, perfect and suitable for all learners was the center of interest of most researchers of all backgrounds, linguists, educators or trainers. Three major theories of learning have really changed the field of education and specifically the field of foreign language acquisition. These three currents are respectively behaviorism, cognitivism and constructivism. Each current had its supporters and detractors depending on the progress made at the end of their research. The methods that emerged from these three learning theories also had their ups and downs depending on the degree to which the desired objectives were achieved. In the course of this study, we plan to bypass, in chronological order, the different methods and approaches, coming from the three streams, and practiced in the teaching of foreign languages. Our attention will be focused on the study of the audio-oral method, the audio-visual method, the communicative approach and the skills-based approach. We also offer, in this article, a discussion whose interest is to elucidate the circumstances which led to the success or failure of a particular method. We will also focus on the successes and limitations of each of these methods. The conclusion will be the subject of a reflection on all the points covered in the article while offering an opening on other solutions that can improve the teaching / learning of foreign languages.      
      PubDate: 2020-11-12
      DOI: 10.37870/joqie.v10i16.235
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 16 (2020)
       
  • Etude et modélisation du processus d’innovation des activités
           d’apprentissage par projet dans la formation des ingénieurs

    • Authors: Imane Zergout, Soumia Bakkali, Souad Ajana
      Pages: 253 - 271
      Abstract: Innovation is one of the driving forces of countries' economic and technological progress today. This key skill is at the heart of the engineer's profession and has been developed since initial training. Innovation must be fostered in engineering training establishments, through tools and methods that make it possible to organize and develop it. This work is part of improving innovation in engineering education. We have followed and studied the progress of projects carried out as part of the course "ISO14001 Environmental Management System", by engineering students in the third year of mechanical engineering at the National School of Electricity and Mechanics. In these activities, we have tried to highlight the different aspects of innovation in training. We used educational innovation tools when supervising students, and we integrated the notion of "Smart city" into the themes of the projects. This study made it possible to determine the main stages of the realization of an innovative project carried out by the students, as well as the elements framing these stages. Our goal is to achieve a systemic modeling of the innovation process in the training of engineers.      
      PubDate: 2020-11-12
      DOI: 10.37870/joqie.v10i16.236
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 16 (2020)
       
  • Critical Discourse Analysis of the World Bank’s Report on Teacher
           Status in Morocco

    • Authors: Mohamed Benhima
      Abstract: This study aims to investigate some linguistic features of the SABEER report on Moroccan Teachers by the World Bank (2017) as educational development discourse. The approach adopted is that of Critical Discourse Analysis and the Hallidayan Functional framework.  More specifically, the report was analyzed in terms of labeling, nominalization, passivization, and modality. The results show that the report uses special vocabulary to portray that teachers' situation is in crisis and needs reform. Hence, it is recommended that reports on development discourse should not be taken for granted. It is used to justify the needs for loans granted by some international organizations.
      Issue No: Vol. 10, No. 16
       
 
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