Les représentations a priori et a posteriori qu'ont les apprenants du rôle du tuteur dans une formation à distance

Abstract : This article aims to highlight the learner representations of the tutor's role in higher education distance learning. We will use for this purpose the results of two opinion questionnaires. We will analyze specifically the representations of the tutor's roles that learners have before the formation (a priori) and after the formation (a posteriori). From the data collected, we will be able to specify which are the convergent and divergent aspects before the formation and at the end of this one in the learner representations of the tutor's role. We will put our results in relation to other research which also analyze the learner appreciations about the tutor's role in a context of distance learning.
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Bruno de Lièvre, Christian Depover, Jean-Jacques Quintin, Sandrine Decamps. Les représentations a priori et a posteriori qu'ont les apprenants du rôle du tuteur dans une formation à distance. Environnements Informatiques pour l'Apprentissage Humain 2003, Apr 2003, Strasbourg, France. pp.115-126. ⟨edutice-00000131⟩

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