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School Goes Online With Avatars: Extended Learning in a Secondary School

Abstract : Abstract: This paper focuses on the initial implications of students’ extended activity between virtual and in-presence learning. The study is part of an ongoing project founded in 2018 in a CSCL setting titled “e-PIm” (Incubator of Immersive Pedagogy for Virtual Reality) taking place in a secondary school in France labelled as pilot in 2016. For this study, some data are selected and qualitatively analysed. The implication of the implementation of the Multi-user Virtual Environment emerges in the field of didactics, student-teacher interactions, and students’ corporal and socio-cognitive behaviours ; the uses of the MUVE are revealed to be an ongoing transformative learning experience through an extended learning space and institutional change.
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Martine Gadille, Maria Antonietta A Impedovo. School Goes Online With Avatars: Extended Learning in a Secondary School. Kristine Lund; Gerald P. Niccolai; Elise Lavoué; Cindy Hmelo-Silver; Gahgene Gweon; Michael Baker. A Wide Lens:Combining Embodied, Enactive, Extended, and Embedded Learning in Collaborative Settings 13th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. Conference Proceedings Volume 2, 2, International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISCL), pp.549-552, 2019, 978-1-7324672-4-8. ⟨halshs-02331106⟩



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