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Quand le stage en enseignement déraille

Regards pluriels sur une réalité trop souvent occultée

Que faire quand le stage en enseignement déraille? Pourquoi cela survient-il? Peut-on le prévenir? Comment aider ces stagiaires en difficulté, mais également ceux qui les accompagnent? Les pistes de réponse apportées par les auteurs, des formateurs d’enseignants de Québec, de la Belgique, du Brésil et de la France, sont multiples.

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Quand les Jésuites veulent comprendre l'Autre

Edited by Janick Auberger

Les auteurs étudient six des livres qui composaient la bibliothèque du Collège Sainte-Marie ; plus précisément, ceux publiés au XVIe siècle, et qui portaient un regard déjà très moderne et anthropologique sur d’autres cultures. Abondamment lus, ils témoignent de l’objectif à la fois missionnaire et ethnographique des jésuites.

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Quand Tocqueville et Siegfried nous observaient...

1831. Alexis de Tocqueville visite la province du Bas-Canada. Déjà sa réflexion sur le système socio-politique canadien s'amorce et se poursuivra pendant plus d'un quart de siècle. La rébellion des Patriotes de 1837-1838 gronde... 1898. André Siegfried fait son premier voyage en terre d'Amérique et assiste à la marche vers l'indépendance de la colonie canadienne. Tocqueville et Siegfried, tous deux préoccupés par les valeurs de liberté, image qu'a toujours projetée l'Amérique, ont porté un regard critique sur la situation à deux époques différentes.

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Quantifying the World

UN Ideas and Statistics

Michael Ward

Good data, Michael Ward argues, serve to enhance a perception about life as well as to deepen an understanding of reality. This history of the UN's role in fostering international statistics in the postwar period demonstrates how statistics have shaped our understanding of the world. Drawing on well over 40 years of experience working as a statistician and economist in more than two dozen countries around the world, Ward traces the evolution of statistical ideas and how they have responded to the needs of policy while unraveling the question of why certain data were considered important and why other data and concerns were not. The book explores the economic, social, and environmental dimensions of the UN's statistical work and how each dimension has provided opportunities for describing the well-being of the world community. Quantifying the World also reveals some of the missed opportunities for pursuing alternative models.

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Quantitative Techniques for Decision Making in Construction

S.L. Tang ,Irtishad U. Ahmad ,Syed M. Ahmed ,Ming Lu

This book contains mainly quantitative techniques used to assist decision making, including analytic hierarchy process (AHP), decision theories, conditional probabilities and the value of information, inventory modeling, dynamic programming, Monte-Carlo simulation, CYCLONE simulation modeling, information systems and process of decision making in construction.

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Quantum Mechanics and the Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead

Michael Epperson

In Process and Reality and other works, Alfred North Whitehead struggled to come to terms with the impact the new science of quantum mechanics would have on metaphysics.This ambitious book is the first extended analysis of the intricate relationships between relativity theory, quantum mechanics, and Whitehead's cosmology. Michael Epperson illuminates the intersection of science and philosophy in Whitehead's work-and details Whitehead's attempts to fashion an ontology coherent with quantum anomalies.Including a nonspecialist introduction to quantum mechanics, Epperson adds an essential new dimension to our understanding of Whitehead-and of the constantly enriching encounter between science and philosophy in our century.

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The Quarry

Harvey Grossinger

At the heart of this collection of five short stories and the title novella is the powerful interconnection between parents and children, nostalgia and memory, and the collective emotional intimacies and transactions that configure human behavior.

Incisive and witty meditations on the disruptions and difficulties of family life, the stories in The Quarry focus on the precariously balanced world of anxious and awkward sons and painfully failed or failing fathers. The title novella sifts through the irreparable moral and psychological confusion brought about by the Holocaust, following two families as they struggle to reconcile themselves to personal disorder and private grief--with no illusory platitudes about the redemptive power of suffering.

With unerring compassion for conveying emotional revelations and a keen sensitivity to the frailty and malleability of the human spirit, The Quarry lures the reader into confronting the most hidden and disquieting parts of the buried self.

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The Quarry

Dan Lechay

Once or twice in a generation a poet comes along who captures the essential spirit of the American Midwest and gives name to the peculiar nature that persists there. Like James Wright, Robert Bly, Ted Kooser, and Jared Carter before him, Dan Lechay reshapes our imagination to include his distinct and profound vision of this undersung region.

The poetry of Dan Lechay, collected in The Quarry, constructs a myth of the Midwest that is at once embodied in the permanence of the landscape, the fleeting nature of the seasons, and the eternal flow of the river. Lechay writes of memory and the mutability of memory, of the change brought on a person by the years lived and lost, and of the stoic attempts made by those around him to elicit an order and rationale to their lives.

The Quarry is the first full-length collection from this seasoned poet. Final judge Alan Shapiro in writing about The Quarry said: “If Dan Lechay's poems often begin with the ordinary details and circumstances of life in a small Midwestern town or city, they always end by reminding us that no moment of life is ever ordinary, that 'Nothing is more mysterious than the way things are.'

The Quarry is a marvelous, disquieting, extraordinarily beautiful book that meditates on fundamental questions of time and change in and through a clear-eyed yet loving evocation of everyday existence. Under Lechay's soulful gaze, the backyards, neighborhoods, animals, and landscapes he describes dramatize the often wrenching connection between beauty and loss, evanescence and memory. The Quarry is a thoroughly mature and accomplished book.”

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A Quarter-Century of Normalization and Social Role Valorization

Evolution and Impact

Edited by Robert J. Flynn, Raymond A. Lemay

During the late 1960s, Normalization and Social Role Valorization (SRV) enabled the widespread emergence of community residential options and then provided the philosophical climate within which educational integration, supported employment, and community participation were able to take firm root. This book is unique in tracing the evolution and impact of Normalization and SRV over the last quarter-century, with many of the chapter authors personally involved in a still-evolving international movement.

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The Quarters and the Fields

Slave Families in the Non-Cotton South

Damian Alan Pargas

The Quarters and the Fields offers a unique approach to the examination of slavery. Rather than focusing on slave work and family life on cotton plantations, Damian Pargas compares the practice of slavery among the other major agricultural cultures in the nineteenth-century South: tobacco, mixed grain, rice, and sugar cane. He reveals how the demands of different types of masters and crops influenced work patterns and habits, which in turn shaped slaves' family life.

By presenting a broader view of the complex forces that shaped enslaved people's family lives, not only from outside but also from within, this book takes an inclusive approach to the slave agency debate. A comparative study that examines the importance of time and place for slave families, The Quarters and the Fields provides a means for understanding them as they truly were: dynamic social units that were formed and existed under different circumstances across time and space.

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