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Objets graphiques manipulables et enseignement de la physique : analyse d'appliquettes

Daniel Beaufils 1 Marie-Joëlle Ramage 1 Michel Beney 1 
1 DidaScO - Didactique des Sciences d'Orsay
EST - Études sur les Sciences et les Techniques
Abstract : Simulation and animation are now constitutive parts of electronic resources for science teaching / learning. Several physics web sites are presented as "virtual labs" and include various applets in order to help better understanding in optics, mechanics, electricity, etc. But a close look at the design of theses applets and/or the examination of their potential pedagogical use led to numerous questions and sometimes to crippling answers. Starting from studies concerning the design of multi-representational instructional simulations but also from didactical analysis of uses of images, diagrams or symbolic entities in text books, we were led to define characteristics to be put under vigilance of both teachers planning instructional sessions based on simulations and software designers. This paper present theses points and results drawn from an analyse of about a hundred applets.
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Daniel Beaufils, Marie-Joëlle Ramage, Michel Beney. Objets graphiques manipulables et enseignement de la physique : analyse d'appliquettes. Technologie de l'Information et de la Connaissance dans l'Enseignement Supérieur et l'Indsutrie, Oct 2004, Compiègne, France. pp.384-390. ⟨edutice-00000679⟩



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