Concevoir des environnements pour apprendre : l'activité humaine, cadre organisateur de l'interactivité technique

Monique Linard
Abstract : The design of man machine interactions is a particularly arduous job with learning environments. It won't prove efficient unless a global frame of reference brings the specific-features of learners, tools, tasks and situations into a congruent whole. In the social and human sciences, activity theories define action as a relationship between subjects and objects. Developmental psychology, sociology and semiotics help reinstate the dimension of motivation, intention and meaning suppressed in the abstract formalisms of knowledge as information treatment. HELICES is a generic model of activity whose aim is to facilitate the design of constructivist interactionnist types of learning environments. Within this frame, environments and interfaces are treated as functional symbolic devices conceived both to assist and extend the learner's spontaneous steps of action. Objects, functions and tools are designed and staged so as to support and challenge, not supervise, the awareness and self-control of their actions by learners.
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Monique Linard. Concevoir des environnements pour apprendre : l'activité humaine, cadre organisateur de l'interactivité technique. Sciences et Techniques Educatives, Hermes, 2001, Environnements interactifs d'apprentissage avec ordinateur - EIAO'2001, 8 (3-4), pp.211-238. ⟨edutice-00000274⟩

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