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“At the time, the FH Library was my living room”
In a portrait about an entrepreneur who is the dipl in second chance. Ing. (FH) made this rate. You can find the portrait in the Heilbronner voice. Evidence of the importance of university libraries. Learning from scripts alone is not enough!
Trouche, L. (2003). It and mathematics environments, what uses do you use for what learning?
mathematics, seen as a parangon of pure sciences, often give the image of science built in poor technological environments; however, they have developed by forging powerful material and symbolic tools for themselves (or by exploiting them). Mathematics teaching is generally more in line with the ima...
Multimedia-enhanced learning productions - A typology based on instructional use and needed resources
peer reviewed This poster introduces a typology of educational multimedia objects stemming from an analysis of 400 audiovisual items produced by IFRES-eCampus, the staff development unit of the University of Liège (Belgium). The classification of the multimedia productions is based on their instruct...
Study day — "Place of transmission"
11 December 2017, 10h, IRHiS seminar room (A1.152, Forum-1), Univ. Lille-SHS, Villeneuve d’Ascq Study Day "Learning and Creation: places, communities, networks, family transmission "Place of transmission = > Programme Resp.: Bière-Chauvel, M. Gil, P. Prévost-Marcilhacy, S. Sapienza
Laura and his research boss. Episode 1, first meeting.
Wednesday 10 October, Laura sends an email to his Memory Director Mr Bonjour, I am writing to you, as I would like to meet you to present the start of my work and to have some information about my bibliography. I am available every day of the week after 14. Well to you, Ms Laura Girault On Friday 12...
Carriages, coffee-cups and dynamometers :representing French technical cultures in the London Mechanics’ Magazine,1823-1848
British discussions of French technical culture have often assumed, if not explicitly stated, contrasting ‘national styles’ : centralized, state-oriented, theoretically driven, and institutionally supported work in France ; dispersed, individualistic, empirically driven, school-shy practice in Brita...
Creative leisure networks and new ways of learning
The aim of this article is to demonstrate the learning potential of creative leisure networks. We show that users have developed skills beyond creative leisure techniques alone. We refer to these networks as associated networks, building on Bernard Stiegler’s definition to show that users can partic...
Daunay Bertrand, Delcambre Isabelle -Reuter Yves (dir.). Didactic from French, the sociocultural in question
The book at issue here can be regarded as a real reference manual to take account, in his research and teaching practices, of the socio-cultural dimension of teaching and learning. It is a guide, inspiring both theoretical and methodological choices in the field of school. Written by specialists, ma...
Table Topics: "Learning from the Past? Facts and Fictions from Historical Societies with Greater Diversity" - The Case of 19th Century Ottoman Istanbul (Richard Wittmann)
Richard Wittmann (photo: Orient-Institut Istanbul) Lessons from the past can only be learned if we do not blindfold ourselves by ignoring sources available to us, be it accidental, deliberate, or as a result of methodological approach, argues historian Richard Wittmann. While the Ottoman capital Ist...
Recommendations for good professional practice: between positivism and systemaemia, the irruption of complexity
The generalisation of evaluation in the field of social and medical and social work responds to a request for state control and standardisation. This intention, which is strongly marked by positivist design, is reflected in recommendations for good professional practice. The way in which they are wr...
Towards a Mixed-Reality Interface for Mind-Mapping
International audience In this work, we have explored an approach based on the hybridisation of physical and digital content for mind-mapping activities at schools. Based on the literature in the fields of cognitive science and HCI, we have designed a mixed-reality (MR) interface called Reality-Map....
How pupils’ parents and specialised teachers see school success and difficulty
The aim of this study is to explore how actors in the school system (parents of pupils) or experts (specialised teachers) represent the successful school pupil and the pupil in difficulty at school. To do so, we interviewed 29 parents of pupils and 33 specialised teachers. The results indicate that...
Building teaching professionality through an interdisciplinary college system
The purpose of this article is to describe as closely as possible the professionality created by the adaptation of two teachers to a non-traditional teaching project brought about by institutional orders. The didactic perspective assumes that beyond the particularities of the teaching environments,...
Reinforcement of self-efficacy through mental transportation : improvement of persuasiveness of prosocial communication promoting self-donation
While self-efficacy appears as a main behaviour’s explanatory variable, little research has been conducted regarding the potential mechanisms that could improve self-efficacy in the specific context of marketing communication. Moreover, despite the strong stakes linked with organ and gamete donation...
Strategic Learning and the Topology of Social Networks
We consider a group of strategic agents who must each repeatedly take one of two possible actions. They learn which of the two actions is preferable from initial private signals, and by observing the actions of their neighbors in a social network. We show that the question of whether or not the agen...
Active Learning for Hidden Attributes in Networks
In many networks, vertices have hidden attributes, or types, that are correlated with the networks topology. If the topology is known but these attributes are not, and if learning the attributes is costly, we need a method for choosing which vertex to query in order to learn as much as possible abou...
Preface and Acknowledgments
The inspiration for the development of the Simplified Sign System occurred some years ago, in the late 1980s. A former student and I had recently completed a research project that examined various factors associated with non-speaking children’s success in learning signs to communicate (Bonvillian &...
Spectra analyser HP 8590L
This learning object shows the operation of a spectra analyser, introducing the main functions and displaying a modulated signal that serves as an example for the explanation.
Apprentissage de la programmation en primaire : comment évaluer un jeu collaboratif ?
Help interactions between adolescents with an autism spectrum disorder and theirs teachers
International audience At school, learning typically occurs through some form of social interaction between teachers and students. Moreover, social interactions have been reported to be one of the best means to reach understanding of learning processes, school events, and, more generally, students’...
Analysis of cognitive features involved in minimally invasive surgery
Minimally invasive surgery reduces postoperative pain, hospitalisation and associated costs. The use of long and rigid instruments in a closed haptic space limits incisions. The latter working conditions also challenge cognitive and motor skills of the surgeons. The surgeons need to mentally rotate...
Free like the other?
this article looks at various conceptions and experiences of freedom that manifest themselves around the teaching of African dance in Europe, namely the Senegalese dance SABAR. While African dances are frequently promoted as a vector of self-‘liberation’, linked to exotifying stereotypes about Afric...
The PERT method
Multimedia learning object focused on the description of the PERT as a project and works planning tool, where the random variable of activities is reflected in the probability of a project meeting the deadline
Saludos de Argentina: Work in the “Embassy of the Economy” in Buenos Aires
by Sarah Frohnweiler. She is studying at 5th Semester International Economy and Development at Uni Bayreuth and is currently doing a traineeship abroad in Buenos Aires. The perspective of Sarah’s workplace in Argentina. My traineeship with the German-Argentine Chamber of Commerce and Industry began...
Systematic Analysis of Future Competences Affected by Industry 4.0
Part 3: EIS for Industry 4.0 International audience Digital transformations boosted by new technological innovations entail restructured industrial processes and requalified skilled workers. Educational institutions must provide qualifications with learning outcomes fitting to these requirements. No...