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30gestion. 30treaqfp. Serge Tisseron : La pédagogie de projet et le numérique, où en est la France ? Ainsi, n‘utiliser que du papier, du crayon, que du livre entraîne forcément un certain type de relation à soi-même, aux autres, aux savoirs et aux apprentissages et d’un autre côté, utiliser parallèlement ou exclusivement les outils numériques en entraînent une autre relation type.

Serge Tisseron : La pédagogie de projet et le numérique, où en est la France ?

Il faut souligner cependant qu’aujourd’hui, ces deux cultures sont en train de se métisser très fortement puisque les repères traditionnels de la culture du livre, qui sont traditionnellement axés sur la temporalité et la chronologie, se retrouvent désormais dans la culture des écrans. Preuve en est la fameuse timeline de Facebook que nous connaissons tous : avant, les informations que nous mettions sur Facebook se répartissaient sans ordre précis, à tel point qu’il était difficile de s’y retrouver ; aujourd’hui, elles s’ordonnent selon une ligne temporelle, c’est-à-dire selon quelque chose qui reste l’un des fondements de la culture du livre, à savoir la chronologie. La relation au savoir. Pédagogie inversée.

Outils numériques pour une approche hybride de l'enseignement

Expériences sur le terrain. Préparer le terrain. Classe inversée / Flipped classroom. 6 Models of Blended Learning Teachers Should Know About. 8 concepts pour une pédagogie ouverte et hybride. Au travers de mes nombreuses lectures sur la pensée et l’apprentissage à l’heure du numérique, 8 concepts semblent revenir : Cognition : avec les avancées de l’imagerie cérébrale, impossible aujourd’hui de ne pas tenir compte des processus mentaux qui se rapportent à la fonction de connaissance, de mémorisation, du langage, du raisonnement et de l’apprentissage dans la construction de dispositif pédagogiques.

8 concepts pour une pédagogie ouverte et hybride

Popplet. 10 Big Concerns About Tablets In The Classroom. As we look into integrating tablets in the classroom, it’s becoming increasingly clear that buying tablets for the purpose of enhancing learning is very different to buying tablets for recreational purposes such as browsing Facebook and entertainment sites, or even for more serious pursuits such as business or work.

10 Big Concerns About Tablets In The Classroom

Parents and teachers need to consider a myriad of issues specific to young people. But are these concerns warranted? The so-called generational “digital divide” (parents and teachers being largely digital immigrants, and kids being digital natives) can lead to unexamined assumptions about how kids will use (or misuse) mobile technology. For example, did you know that the idea of kids becoming addicted to tablets is actually a myth? We didn’t either, until we examined the actual evidence from our school trials. Read on for the top ten things you need to understand fully when considering tablets for children and teens. 1.

Active Learning. How to create an active classroom experience with technology.

Active Learning

GUEST COLUMN | by Jessica Sanders The traditional teaching method of giving a lesson at the front of the class puts you, the teacher, in an active position but leaves students in a passive role, where they are taught to but don’t interact with the material as much they should. In fact, Edudemic reported that teachers do 80 percent of the talking in class. 16 of the Best Blended Learning Resources. In February 2014, Edreform.com published a paper on digital and blended learning that points out over “68 percent of parents support digital learning” and “digital learning has tri-partisan support, with 61 percent of Republicans, 65 percent of Independents, and 67 percent of Democrats in favor.”

16 of the Best Blended Learning Resources

Such strong support may make blended learning the future standard for education. How can you make blended learning a success in your school or classroom? The following resources explore the topic from various angles. Become a Blended Learning Expert Image via Flickr by flickingerbrad. Redbird Advanced Learning. Organiser une formation hybride : à quelles conditions ?

Cette formation de formateurs est partie d'un postulat fort des participants : la réussite de l'intégration de modalités hybrides dans l'activité des formateurs dépend de leur appropriabilité, c'est-à-dire du degré de compatibilité qu'elles offrent avec l'activité normale, quotidienne de formation.

Organiser une formation hybride : à quelles conditions ?

En effet, ce qu'on appelle trop souvent "résistance au changement" relève bien souvent de l'impossibilité pour les professionnels de faire fonctionner les nouveaux outils proposés de manière pérenne, dans les contraintes réelles de leur travail "ordinaire". Biblio_FH.pdf. What is Blended Learning? Popplet. What Everybody Ought to Know About Instructional Design. In an earlier post, we looked at how to build better courses by trimming out some of the content.

What Everybody Ought to Know About Instructional Design

Many of the follow-up comments and questions speak to your role as an instructional designer. In fact, it’s a question I was asked in a recent email: What is the role of the instructional designer? And how do I convey that to my clients and subject matter experts? As I was contemplating a response, I stumbled upon this video that does a great job illustrating the value of instructional design. Click here to watch video. 3 Chunking Strategies That Every Instructional Designer Should Know. One of the main concepts that leads to successful e-Learning course design is Information Chunking.

3 Chunking Strategies That Every Instructional Designer Should Know

But what is chunking? Why is it embedded in the world of instructional design? And what kind of chunking strategies can an instructional designer use to enhance learning? Content chunking refers to the strategy of making a more efficient use of our short-term memory by organizing and grouping various pieces of information together. When information is chunked into groups, the brain can process them easier and faster, because our working memory can hold a limited amount of data at the same time. 10 Super Powers of the World’s Greatest Instructional Designer. Any professional eLearning designer would agree that users are always at the heart of what they do.

10 Super Powers of the World’s Greatest Instructional Designer

The bulk of our articles last year focused on users. 6 Types of Blended Learning. Blended Learning is not so much an innovation as it is a natural by-product of the digital domain creeping into physical boundaries.

6 Types of Blended Learning

10 Drivers Of Blended Learning In Education. Blended learning is the use of both face-to-face and eLearning approaches to deliver learning experiences (as opposed to direct instruction). Whether you’re mixing a formal learning management system with in-person lectures, or a flipped approach that combines YouTube videos with in-class group work and individual instruction, these are all examples of blended learning. The infographic below from the good folks at Digital Learning Now offers a basic framework for implementing blended learning (Create conditions for success, Plan, Implement, Improve), and then interestingly offers to “drivers” of blended learning, including online state testing, cost, and the critical ability to personalize learning.

The DIY Guide to Converting Existing Content into an eLearning Course. Although instructor-led or classroom training still remains as one of the most common ways to train employees, the opportunity to implement eLearning to is a more cost-effective and convenient option. Those new to creating eLearning courses will find this post useful in answering their questions and providing them with a checklist of things to consider during the process of converting existing content, which goes far beyond simply transferring content to an online format. The Age of Bite-sized Learning: What is It and Why It Works. For many eLearning professionals, bite-sized has always been the right size. Imagine it, more useful content that fits smaller screens or just about any screen. Learners can work on any platform, switch back from their mobile device to the desktop, anytime.

Snackable content also makes it easier for them to savor every lesson step after step—something that's not possible with lengthy materials. Offer your audience light, short yet substantial content. 5 Killer eLearning Tips To Help You Dominate Content Chunking. 5 Killer eLearning Tips To Help You Dominate Content Chunking Reading content on the Internet has changed the way people process information, and nowhere is this change more obvious than in fields where design must adapt to new technology such as in eLearning. eLearning course creators need to refine their content to suit learners’ behavior and accessibility to training.

3 Types Of Interactions You Should Be Sustaining in eLearning. 3 Types Of Interactions You Should Be Sustaining in eLearning Certainly, most of us have once attended a long and boring training session (virtual or face-to-face), where the students are merely passive observers and are given little or no opportunities to participate. The truth is, this type of instruction hardly makes an impact on the audience. For effective learning and retention you need interaction. This is what makes the experience more worthwhile and valuable for the learner. Too Sexy for Your Training: Creating A “What’s In it for Me?” (WIIFM) When Your Learners Couldn’t Care Less. Two integral parts of any large change within an organization are gaining buy-in for the change and developing internal change champions.

As a strategic partner to our clients in helping foster behavior change within their organizations, we believe effective communications around the change are essential for buy-in and success. We can make the best training in the world, but if learners aren’t “buying in” at an organizational level, training can be deemed ineffective when, in reality, it has nothing to do with the quality of the training, but rather other organizational currents. To help our clients address and overcome these challenges, we often weave in communication campaigns with our training deliverables. This helps learners understand the why and WIIFM behind the new process or procedure on which we’re training them. By first addressing the natural human resistance to change, we can pave the way for a successful learning experience.

Determine the best methods for marketing. Studies Confirm the Power of Visuals in eLearning. We are now in the age of visual information where visual content plays a role in every part of life. As 65 percent of the population is visual learners, images are clearly key to engaging people in eLearning courses. Moving and still images have been included in learning materials for decades, but only now has faster broadband, cellular networks, and high-resolution screens made it possible for high-quality images to be a part of eLearning visual design. Graphic interfaces made up of photos, illustrations, charts, maps, diagrams, and videos are gradually replacing text-based courses. Humanize Your eLearning Courses or Risk Losing Learners. Humanize Your eLearning Courses or Risk Losing Learners eLearning is a valuable tool in education. Whether the goal is training or professional development, even complete college degrees, eLearning is here and here to stay.

This begs the question, how can we ensure that we maximize the potential of those who are engaged in eLearning? Certainly, if there is content we expect people to learn, we want that content to “stick” in their minds and to be something they can recall later. eLearning vs Classroom Training—How Different Are They? The Open Classroom. Like automotive models, women’s hemlines, and children’s toys, pedagogical fads come and go, causing an immediate stir but rarely influencing teaching practice in any significant way.

The notion that every innovation dreamed up by reformers inside and outside public schools makes its way into the nation’s classrooms is popular among those hunting for reasons to malign the schools. But it is crucial to distinguish between mere intellectual chatter and ideas that provoke substantive change. UDL Guidelines 2.0. UDL At A Glance. CRITICAL ELEMENTS: DESIGNING FOR ONLINE TEACHING - reushledorman.pdf. 5 Elements that Make Your eLearning Courses Effective. Choosing the Best Technology.

Kevin's Applying SECTIONS 3.isf - SECTIONSKevin3.pdf. Select teaching technology with SECTIONS. As the demand for eLearning grows, we see more teachers turning to technologies to support or deliver their teaching. What is Hybrid Pedagogy?