Mise en place d’un dispositif d’apprentissage hybride à l’université

Abstract : Blended-learning programmes can be useful in situations where the learners are geographically far apart, but also where there is a need for more individual and differentiated learning, as is the case for heterogeneous classes in many universities. The programme presented here was designed for several hundred students, all following the same course, but with different needs and abilities. The theoretical framework to this research is task-based, or rather task-supported learning : the programme is a blend of distance learning supported by a virtual learning environment (VLE) and sessions with the teacher. Identifying the steps necessary to enable students and teachers to adopt a task-based learning programme also forms part of the research. The programme, the planning of which started in 2006, has now completed the second year of experimentation and this article will concentrate on its development and evaluation while highlighting some preliminary results.
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Julie Mcallister, Jemma Buck. Mise en place d’un dispositif d’apprentissage hybride à l’université. Recherche et pratiques pédagogiques en langues de spécialité - Cahiers de l'APLIUT, Association des professeurs de langues des Instituts universitaires de technologie (APLIUT), 2011, Les enseignants de langues, ingénieurs de projets, XXX (1). ⟨halshs-01470807⟩



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