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La distance en formation : une occasion de repenser l'acte d'apprendre

Monique Linard 
Abstract : The evolution of adult training toward large scale technology mediated forms of learning environments is increasing the pressure of demands for more principled and integrated approaches to human learning. This demand meets a debate which has been going on for years in other fields and which opposes two main paradigms of cognition: the objectivist, information treatment paradigm and the constructivist-interactionist paradigm. Our suggestion is that human learning can only be addressed in terms of the second paradigm. Laurillard's "conversational model" is briefly presented as an instance of a possible answer, both theoretical and operational to the demand.
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Monique Linard. La distance en formation : une occasion de repenser l'acte d'apprendre. Accès à la Formation à Distance, Clés pour un Développement Durable, Oct 1994, Genève, Suisse. pp.46-55. ⟨edutice-00000272⟩



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