ANALYSE COGNITIVE DE L'EFFICACITE DE TROIS FORMES D'UN COURS DE GEOMETRIE ASSISTE PAR L'ORDINATEUR ET LE VIDEODISQUE INTERACTIF

Abstract : This research is focussed on the study of the efficacy of three forms of a geometry course : pen and paper, computer alone, or computer driving an interactive videodisc. No significant differences have been found between the three forms, but the analysis of the interaction with some individual variable revealed interesting results. The results interpreted following the concept of supplantation defined by SALOMON show it is possible to bring to light some important caracteristics of the used media, notably their capacity for replacing some deficient metacognitive abilities.
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Christian Depover, Daniel Bilau. ANALYSE COGNITIVE DE L'EFFICACITE DE TROIS FORMES D'UN COURS DE GEOMETRIE ASSISTE PAR L'ORDINATEUR ET LE VIDEODISQUE INTERACTIF. Revue Sciences et Technique Educative, 1994, 1 (1), pp.53-70. ⟨edutice-00135841⟩

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