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Hypermédias et pédagogie : comment promouvoir l'activité de l'élève ?

Abstract : This paper relies on an experiment of pedagogical hypermedia destinated to engineer students in telecommunications. It aims first at bringing to the fore three reasons capable to make difficult the hypermedia user's learning activity considered
as involving affective, cognitive and social characteristics : the confusion between computer and pedagogical characteristics ; the priority of ergonomics which tends to favour easiness and to push the difficulties of learning process into the
background ; the prerogative of teaching methods focused on the relation betveen knowledges and the teacher. This paper aims also at proposing elements able to cause learner's activity : the definition of a local-global space ; the difference between the user and the learner ; the use of picture's specific characteristics ; finally the psychosociological anticipation of the hypermedia's use by the teachers.
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Hugues Choplin, Arnaud Galisson, Sarah Lemarchand. Hypermédias et pédagogie : comment promouvoir l'activité de l'élève ?. Quatrième colloque "Hypermédias et Apprentissages", Oct 1998, Poitiers, France. pp.87-98. ⟨edutice-00000493⟩



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