I contribute to the development of the teaching of controversy mapping in secondary education.
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Vincent has worked for the médialab until December 2020.
Vincent Casanova has been teaching history, geography and history of the arts at the Lycée Léon Blum in Créteil (94) since 2005. He has also worked for seven years, starting in 2010, at Microlycée 93 (a public back-to-school structure for dropouts in Seine-Saint-Denis); he was its co-coordinator from 2014 to 2017. Within this framework, he has notably participated in the development of the teaching of controversy mapping in secondary schools. Since 2016, he has been co-leading the master's degree course in Controversy Mapping at the École du management et de l'innovation, and has been coordinating it since 2018. From 2017 to 2019, he was pedagogical engineer in charge of the development of the FORCCAST program in secondary schools. He is now working there as a post-doctoral researcher. In addition, he was a member of the journal Vacarme until its end in January 2020, and he is now collection director at the Seuil publishing house.