Nouvelle génération d'environnement informatique
pour l'apprentissage de la physique intégrant
l'ExAO et la SAO dans un logiciel cohérent

Abstract : To make science laboratory sessions more instructive, we have developed a learning environment that will allow students enrolled in a mechanics course at college or university level to engage in a scientific modelization process by combining computer-simulated experimentation and microcomputer-based laboratories. The main goal is to assist and facilitate both inductive and deductive reasoning. Within this computer application, each action can also be automatically recorded and identified while the student is using the software. The most original part of the environment is to let the student compare the simulated animation with the real video by superposing the images. We used the software with students and observed that they effectively engaged in a modelization process that included both inductive and deductive reasoning. We also observed that the students were able to use the software to produce adequate answers to questions concerning both previously taught and new theoretical concepts in physics. The students completed the experiment about twice as fast as usual and considered that using the software resulted in a better understanding of the phenomenon.
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Martin Riopel, Pierre Nonnon. Nouvelle génération d'environnement informatique
pour l'apprentissage de la physique intégrant
l'ExAO et la SAO dans un logiciel cohérent. Skholê : cahiers de la recherche et du développement, Marseille : IUFM de l'académie d'Aix-Marseille, 2005, pp.89-95. ⟨edutice-00000921⟩

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