Étude exploratoire sur l’intégration des jeux dans l’apprentissage des élèves par les enseignants novices du secondaire.

Le but de notre recherche est d’identifier les pratiques et expériences d’enseignants novices sur l’intégration des jeux dans l’apprentissage des élèves.

Deux groupes de 30 enseignants en formation initiale pour le secondaire à l’ESPE de l’Académie de Nice ont suivi des cours sur les deux approches présentées ci-dessus. Ensuite, les enseignants ont utilisé l’apprentissage par le jeu durant leur stage en responsabilité en s’appuyant sur l’un des deux dispositifs.

Merci de citer comme : / Please cite as:

De Smet, C, & Romero, M (2018). Étude exploratoire sur l’intégration des jeux dans l’apprentissage des élèves par les enseignants novices du secondaire. Communication présentée à Ludovia#15, Ax-les-thermes.

Présentation de la conférence : drsmetty.beSlideshare
Résumé de conférence : drsmetty.beResearchgateLudomag

Conference paper: Quand le TPACK rencontre la créativité. When TPACK meets creativity.

De Smet Cindy, Romero Margarida, Heiser Laurent.
Laboratoire d’Innovation et Numérique pour l’Education, ESPE Académie de Nice, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis.

Au sein du labo LINE, nous avons développé un dispositif visant à analyser le TPACK et les perceptions et les attitudes vers la créativité auprès d’un groupe d’élèves professeurs de l’ESPE de Nice. Les résultats préliminaires ont été présentés dans le cadre du colloque SFERE Provence 2018 à Marseille.

Within our research group, we conducted a cohort study of pre-service teachers at the teacher department of Nice University to research the students’ TPACK knowledge base in relation to their perceptions and attitudes towards creativity. Preliminary results were presented at the SFERE Provence 2018 conference in Marseille.

Conference abstract (ENG) + Résumé de conférence (FR)

Témoignage : Du codage à la créativité.

Je vous partage un interview avec moi pour le blog de #classcode, dans le cadre de nos cours TICE et la ‘Programmation Créative’ à l’ESPE de Nice.

An interview with me has been published on the #classcode blog (France). Together, we try to educate our students at the teacher department of Nice University on 21st-century skills like creativity and computational thinking.

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I just started my second year as a professor @ ESPE Académie de Nice (teacher department) of Université Nice Sophia Antipolis. Unfortunately, on a personal level, last year wasn’t really “a grand cru”. I was hit on my head by a falling pineapple (no joke), leaving me K.O. for a couple of months.

This year will be better. Our research lab, le laboratoire d’innovation et numérique pour l’Education (#fabLINE), is getting up to speed. Several publications are in the pipeline; research seminars take place, leading to fruitful interactions between staff, invited experts and students.

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De wetenschap achter eLearning

Note: conference presentation, only available in Dutch.

Op 31 mei vond in Gent de 2e Learning Tech Day plaats. Ik gaf er een presentatie over enkele modellen rond LMS- en KMS-adoptie, over design principes die je best in gedachten houdt bij het maken van digitale leermiddelen, alsook over enkele aandachtspunten bij het implementeren van online leren.

Gezocht: social media pro(o)f. Alle lessen mediawijs?

Note: conference keynote, only available in Dutch.

Afgelopen week werd een nieuw boek boven de doopvont gehouden rond sociale media in het onderwijs: “De social teacher. Recepten voor sociale media in je klas.” De auteurs, Lars Matthys en Tim Van Lier, koppelden er een studiedag rond sociale media aan, op vrijdag 20 mei 2016 in Gent.

Ik werd gevraagd voor de afsluitende keynote. Het werd een verhaal vanuit mijn ervaringen als onderzoeker, lerarenopleider en social media gebruiker:

Differential impact of learning path based versus conventional instruction in science education

I’m really proud to announce the third article of my PhD research has been published in Computers & Education.

This article ,’Differential impact of learning path based versus conventional instruction in science education‘, analyzes the differential impact of the instructional formats on learning outcomes, considering variations in group setting and group composition. Given the focus on science learning, gender was also considered. Multilevel analysis was applied, and the results show empirical evidence for superior performance for both boys and girls in the learning path condition as compared with that in the conventional condition. In addition, when girls collaborate, they perform best within same-sex groups, whereas boys achieve better results in mixed-gender groups. The implications of the findings are important for tackling the gender gap in science learning. The findings can lead to guidelines for teachers who want to implement learning paths within an optimal learning environment design.

If you use the article, please cite as:

De Smet, C., De Wever, B., Schellens, T., & Valcke, M. (2016). Differential impact of learning path based versus conventional instruction in science education. Computers & Education, 99, 53-67.

 

A Qualitative Study on Learning and Teaching With Learning Paths in a Learning Management System

The fourth article of my PhD research has been published in the Journal of Social Science Education (JSSE). A nice bonus: JSSE provides immediate open access to its content!

This article, ‘A Qualitative Study on Learning and Teaching With Learning Paths in a Learning Management System‘, presents the findings of a qualitative study (carried out between 2011 and 2013) about the adoption and implementation of learning paths within a Learning Management System (LMS). Sixteen secondary school biology teachers of the GO! Network in Flanders (an urbanized region in Belgium) were involved in the study and questioned via semi-structured interviews. Two research questions are addressed: (1) what are the perceived conditions at school and at teacher level affecting the use of learning paths? (2) how are these conditions related to the expected outcomes? Research results show teachers are satisfied with learning paths as an educational tool, but reflect mixed feelings as to the impact on student learning outcomes. Clear barriers are identified at the school and teacher level, thwarting the implementation of learning paths in secondary education. The availability of a reliable and accessible ICT infrastructure, the quality of technical and pedagogical support, teacher professional development and the mastery of teacher Information and Communication Technology competencies, among others, were found to be essential.

If you use the article, please cite as:

De Smet, C., Valcke, M., Schellens, T., De Wever, B., & Vanderlinde, R. (2016). A Qualitative Study on Learning and Teaching With Learning Paths in a Learning Management System. Journal of Social Science Education, 15(1), 27-37.