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ICARE

La Reunion

Research centers or research group

University of La Reunion
Austral Cooperative Institute for Research and Education

Contact

Frédéric TUPIN  | Director
Allée des Aigues Marines Bellepierre - 97487 SAINT-DENIS Cedex
  • research domains

    The work of the ICARE research unit focuses on 2 topics :

    • Topic 1
      Multilingualism and interculturalism
      Interculturalism
      Learning in a multilingual context and education in multilingualism
      Interface programme : schools and inclusive society
    • Topic 2
      Teaching-learning, knowledge and mediation in context :
      Relations between knowledge and information literacy (languages, health,
      digital technology)
      Teaching methods and vocational training
  • key research projects

    EVAL-IC : SKILLS ASSESSMENT IN INTER-UNDERSTANDING : MULTILINGUAL RECEPTION AND INTERACTION
    Funding : Erasmus+ Strategic partnership in higher education
    1 September 2016 – 31 August 2019

    OPTIRICE : OPTIMISING THE NUTRITIONAL QUALITIES OF RICE AND PROMOTING
    CONSUMPTION THROUGH EDUCATION IN THE GENERAL POPULATION AND AMONG
    PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC ILLNESSES
    Funding : ARS, DAAF, Mutualité, IREN
    January 2017 – December 2018

    E-LANG : TOWARDS DIGITAL LITERACY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING LANGUAGES
    Funding : CELV (European Centre for Modern Languages) at the European
    Council as part of the 2016-2019 programme “Languages at the Heart of Learning”
    2016 – 2018

    E.S.I : EDUCATION AND INCLUSIVE SOCIETY
    Funding : University of Quebec in Montreal (UQUAM) Interdisciplinary Sciences
    Innovation Society Laboratory (LISIS) University Paris-East, University of
    Reunion Island, University Centre of Training and Research in Mayotte
    2018 – 2022

  • Main scientific collaborations

    AIESEP – INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICAL
    EDUCATION SCHOOLS/ INTERNATIONAL REACH

    REFLIS – FRENCH HEALTH LITERACY NETWORK / INTERNATIONAL REACH (FRANCOPHONE)

    ARIS – ASSOCIATION FOR RESEARCH INTO INTERVENTION IN SPORT / NATIONAL REACH

    Major collaborative ventures
    Creation of a 100m2 facility for diabetes prevention and interpretation of academic knowledge for the general public (opened in May 2018) open to managers, secondary school pupils, instructors, health staff, etc.

  • Main databases, support centres
    • Review EDUCATION, SANTÉ, SOCIÉTÉS (officially listed in 70th section)
      First published in October 2014, “Éducation, Santé, Sociétés” is a bi-annual scientific review with an international review panel. It has been officially listed by the HCERES assessment body and the National Council of Universities (CNU) since 2016 as an approved educational science publication.

    While continuing to publish fundamental research, the review also highlights applied research geared towards changing professional practices, and/or with the potential to influence public policy. For this reason, special attention is paid to :
    -research on vocational training practices (full-time and continuing education, lifelong learning, etc.) and contributions made in different contexts
    -research helping to understand how practices contribute to providing a structure to the social field
    -research addressing “ essential questions ”
    -research to help assess measures and their impact
    -research initiatives, interventional research, etc.

    The review will be published twice yearly and feature 5 to 10 articles.

    Review EJRIEPS (electronic research journal in physical education, officially listed in the 70th section).
    EJRIEPS is an electronic research journal published on the
    website of the University Institute for Teacher Training at the
    University of Franche-Comté. It was launched by the University
    Institute for Teacher Training at the University of Franche-Comté,
    in partnership with the Sciences and Techniques in Physical and
    Sports Activities Faculty in Besançon and the LaSeLDI (Laboratory
    of Semiotics, linguistics, Teaching Methods, I.T., EA 2281) at the
    Sciences of Language, Mankind and Society research and training centre.

    The review’s seeks to bring scientific work to a wider audience in the field of teaching methods and technology in physical education and sport. Its goal is to be a focal point for sharing knowledge, exchanges and debate between the various players in the scientific community

    • Review LANGUAGE LEARNING AND INFORMATION AND
      COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS (ALSIC)
      ALSIC publishes texts in French and English, as well as in other languages, particularly German, with the aim of reaching as wide an audience as possible. In that spirit, each article is published with a summary in another language. Alsic is listed in the European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH) and in library databases :
      – MLA International Bibliography
      – BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine)
      Open to new collaborations.

The work of the ICARE research unit focuses on 2 topics :

  • Topic 1
    Multilingualism and interculturalism
    Interculturalism
    Learning in a multilingual context and education in multilingualism
    Interface programme : schools and inclusive society
  • Topic 2
    Teaching-learning, knowledge and mediation in context :
    Relations between knowledge and information literacy (languages, health,
    digital technology)
    Teaching methods and vocational training

EVAL-IC : SKILLS ASSESSMENT IN INTER-UNDERSTANDING : MULTILINGUAL RECEPTION AND INTERACTION
Funding : Erasmus+ Strategic partnership in higher education
1 September 2016 – 31 August 2019

OPTIRICE : OPTIMISING THE NUTRITIONAL QUALITIES OF RICE AND PROMOTING
CONSUMPTION THROUGH EDUCATION IN THE GENERAL POPULATION AND AMONG
PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC ILLNESSES
Funding : ARS, DAAF, Mutualité, IREN
January 2017 – December 2018

E-LANG : TOWARDS DIGITAL LITERACY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING LANGUAGES
Funding : CELV (European Centre for Modern Languages) at the European
Council as part of the 2016-2019 programme “Languages at the Heart of Learning”
2016 – 2018

E.S.I : EDUCATION AND INCLUSIVE SOCIETY
Funding : University of Quebec in Montreal (UQUAM) Interdisciplinary Sciences
Innovation Society Laboratory (LISIS) University Paris-East, University of
Reunion Island, University Centre of Training and Research in Mayotte
2018 – 2022

AIESEP – INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICAL
EDUCATION SCHOOLS/ INTERNATIONAL REACH

REFLIS – FRENCH HEALTH LITERACY NETWORK / INTERNATIONAL REACH (FRANCOPHONE)

ARIS – ASSOCIATION FOR RESEARCH INTO INTERVENTION IN SPORT / NATIONAL REACH

Major collaborative ventures
Creation of a 100m2 facility for diabetes prevention and interpretation of academic knowledge for the general public (opened in May 2018) open to managers, secondary school pupils, instructors, health staff, etc.

  • Review EDUCATION, SANTÉ, SOCIÉTÉS (officially listed in 70th section)
    First published in October 2014, “Éducation, Santé, Sociétés” is a bi-annual scientific review with an international review panel. It has been officially listed by the HCERES assessment body and the National Council of Universities (CNU) since 2016 as an approved educational science publication.

While continuing to publish fundamental research, the review also highlights applied research geared towards changing professional practices, and/or with the potential to influence public policy. For this reason, special attention is paid to :
-research on vocational training practices (full-time and continuing education, lifelong learning, etc.) and contributions made in different contexts
-research helping to understand how practices contribute to providing a structure to the social field
-research addressing “ essential questions ”
-research to help assess measures and their impact
-research initiatives, interventional research, etc.

The review will be published twice yearly and feature 5 to 10 articles.

Review EJRIEPS (electronic research journal in physical education, officially listed in the 70th section).
EJRIEPS is an electronic research journal published on the
website of the University Institute for Teacher Training at the
University of Franche-Comté. It was launched by the University
Institute for Teacher Training at the University of Franche-Comté,
in partnership with the Sciences and Techniques in Physical and
Sports Activities Faculty in Besançon and the LaSeLDI (Laboratory
of Semiotics, linguistics, Teaching Methods, I.T., EA 2281) at the
Sciences of Language, Mankind and Society research and training centre.

The review’s seeks to bring scientific work to a wider audience in the field of teaching methods and technology in physical education and sport. Its goal is to be a focal point for sharing knowledge, exchanges and debate between the various players in the scientific community

  • Review LANGUAGE LEARNING AND INFORMATION AND
    COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS (ALSIC)
    ALSIC publishes texts in French and English, as well as in other languages, particularly German, with the aim of reaching as wide an audience as possible. In that spirit, each article is published with a summary in another language. Alsic is listed in the European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH) and in library databases :
    – MLA International Bibliography
    – BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine)
    Open to new collaborations.
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