Ascenseur Social

Project acronym: AS

Topics: pedadogy, individual support, tutoring

Disciplinary fields: biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, mechanics, physics

Summary: This project ambitions to offer students from high schools classified in sensitive areas of Aix/Marseille, the first-class guidance and tutoring they need to become successful students once they reach University: specific assistance, both academic and psychological, beside the curricular teaching hours. For first-year students, the aim is to: strengthen their will and fighting spirit, acquire working methods, improve French, working on academic and professional project, develop critical thinking skills and curiosity, have a personalized follow-up… For students in 2nd and 3rd year, a digital distance assistance exists: the aim is to become autonomous by using these resources made available. It is also a question of reinforcing mutual help by inviting them to play the role of “big brother” for new students. The first to benefit from this programme are first-year students from the faculties of Sciences of Saint-Charles and Saint-Jérôme (Marseille). This project proposes various processes or workshops to help these students. For example, there are the “Overcoming Self” days. They include workshops accompanied by coaches in order to anchor certain experiences based on the principles of Neuro Linguistic Programming.

Project interlocutor: Anne Ribaud (CEREGE, UMR 7330), Laurence Mouret (PIIM, UMR 7345), Jean-Marc Pons (ISm2, UMR 7313)

Project duration: 02/16/2015 – 08/31/2019

Call for proposal: Académie d’Excellence 2014

Photography credits: Image tirée de la vidéo


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amidex (2020, 21 février). Ascenseur Social. L'interdisciplinarité : pourquoi et comment ? Consulté le 20 juin 2024, à l’adresse

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