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Médiatisation dans l'enseignement supérieur : vers un nouveau paradigme éducatif ?

Abstract : Is the public service status of universities enough to ensure a rationale for development based on pedagogic innovation rather than economic interests? It is also essential to pose questions about the nature of changes: do they reinforce a traditional transmissional pedagogy or are we witnessing the development of a new constructivist or interactionist paradigm? We present here our reflections on a current action-research project, l'Université en ligne (Uel) - University on-line -, relating to an undergraduate science qualification, DEUG 1. Universities claim to be developing a range of models of development and it is perhaps this way that success lays. The complexity of an educational project is not in keeping with economic interests: macro-educational (politics, autonomy), meso (institutional provision) and micro (resources and writing, learning) dimensions must be taken into account.
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Marie-José Barbot. Médiatisation dans l'enseignement supérieur : vers un nouveau paradigme éducatif ?. Apprentissage des Langues et Systèmes d'Information et de Communication, 2003, Pluralité des langues et des supports dans la construction et la transmission des connaissances, 6 (1), pp.175-189. ⟨edutice-00000333⟩



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