The journal Éducation & Didactique comes from the express intent of the Association pour les Recherches Comparatistes en Didactique (ARCD) to rethink the relationships between didactics within education research and to develop connections between didactics and the other humanities and social sciences. In this perspective, the journal endeavors to publish the contributions of a variety of didactics, some of which are expressly dedicated to a comparative approach, and those that come from the education sciences, philosophy, sociology, psychology, and linguistics, among others, all focused on the realities of education and learning.
The journal is comprised of:
– articles on various didactics.
– articles expressly dedicated to a comparative approach.
– articles from a variety of disciplines that are not directly didactic (education sciences, sociology, psychology, philosophy, linguistics, anthropology, communication sciences, history, and others).
– a “Response” section where the articles are generally brief and written in reaction to an article in a previous issue of the journal (with the possibility for the author of said article to respond to the reaction in the same issue).
– a “Debates” section, dedicated to a discussion between two recognized researchers on a current topic in education.
– a “Reading Notes” section.