Mohammed VI Polytechnic University/Institute of Education Sciences
Morocco - Benguérir
Professor of Statistics, Governance and Education Planning at the Institute of Education Sciences at UM6P.
- Hook-up and drop-out during the primary-secondary transition: the case of Benin
- Analysis of students' perceptions of the school climate: comparative case study of 2 schools in Morocco
- Portrait of distance education practices adapted in Moroccan rural schools during the COVID-19 period and the co-development of corrective actions
- Distance learning practices during school closure in the context of the covid 19 pandemic in Morocco: Inventory, actors' perception and SWOT analysis of the prevailing practice in rural areas
Professor of Statistics, Governance and Education Planning at the Institute of Education Sciences at UM6P, Judicaël Alladatin has a multidisciplinary background: he is an Agroeconomist (Engineer, 2007), Socioeconomist (DEA, 2009), Socio-Demographer (Ph. D, 2014) and education specialist (Postdoctorate in Education Sciences). He worked successively as a professor at the “Cégep de Gaspé” (Canada), Postdoctoral Researcher at “Université Laval”, Postdoctoral Researcher in Education Sciences at the Université du Québec à Rimouski, Professor and Department Director at the “Université de Parakou” (Benin). His current research focuses on issues related to “making sense” by field actors, the analysis of pathways, transitions and social and institutional transformations, the internal and external efficiency of educational systems, educational technologies, the governance of educational systems and the use of statistical methods and mixed methods in social sciences.