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GTnum - Evolution des thématiques - Synthèse. GTNum2 : Learning Analytics - GTNUM2: Veille & Curation. Le rôle du numérique dans les pratiques des enseignant.es. « Mobiliser fortement les potentialités du numérique » tel est l’objectif que le Ministère de l’Éducation nationale (MEN) français présente dans son plan : le numérique au service de l’école de la confiance (2019).

Le rôle du numérique dans les pratiques des enseignant.es

L’intégration des Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication pour l’Éducation (TICE) engage l’ensemble du système éducatif dans des transformations pédagogiques et organisationnelles profondes, de l’école maternelle à l’enseignement supérieur. Les enseignant.es sont ainsi invité.es à adapter leurs pratiques professionnelles à ces injonctions institutionnelles.

L’Environnement Numérique de Travail (ENT), implanté en collège depuis maintenant plus de quinze ans, apparaît pour les instances décisionnelles comme un soutien à ces transformations. Il désigne un ensemble intégré de services numériques mis à disposition de tous.tes les acteur.rices de la communauté éducative d’un ou plusieurs établissements scolaires. (Hanna et Charalampopoulou, 2019) California Virtual Academies. Ontario e-learning plan unique in North America. In its new vision for education, Education that Works for You, Ontario’s Ministry of Education announced a plan to make it mandatory that high school students take four online courses in order to graduate.

Ontario e-learning plan unique in North America

Traditionally, in Ontario, students have enrolled in e-learning courses for a number of reasons: to fast-track and get to graduation early, to catch up in credits, to accommodate their learning needs, or because particular courses are not offered in their communities. E-learning has benefits for many students, and for some it is challenging. An examination of research and e-learning in other jurisdictions shows there are a number of important factors to be considered before introducing new online learning requirements.

This is a significant policy change in a complex and emerging area of education. No one else requires four online courses Currently, Ontario has not articulated the purpose of the online learning policy decision. Different goals lead to different policies and practices. Distance Learning FAQ: Solving Teachers’ and Students’ Common Problems. Over the last few months, the pandemic has created many challenges for teachers, students, and parents as they transitioned into home-based learning.

Distance Learning FAQ: Solving Teachers’ and Students’ Common Problems

We spoke with more than 100 teachers and students about the common issues they faced and crowdsourced teachers’ solutions to help ease the transition into blended learning this fall. Problem: Online Directions Are Difficult to Follow Solution: To make sure students understood directions, Casey Chon, a fifth-grade English and social studies teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, scheduled live sessions two to three times a week to go over instructions and allow students to ask questions as a class.

She also met with students one-on-one who needed extra support. For North Carolina teacher Kasey Short, if multiple students in her sixth-grade English and social studies classes had the same question about an assignment, she posted an announcement in Google Classroom for all to see. Problem: Tech Issues Disrupt Work. GTNum2 : Learning Analytics - GTNUM2: Veille & Curation.