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Un savoir-faire implicite des enseignants : adapter leurs questions au niveau de leurs élèves

Abstract : This chapter deals with the products of informal learning: the implicit knowledge that have been developed by experienced teachers. We present our theoretical framework, derived from constructivism and ergonomics, and operationalize it through the concept of scheme (Vergnaud, 1985). For this purpose, we make repeated observations of teachers. We bring to light knowledge relating to the piloting of the class: what choices do teachers when they prescribe a task to their students and ask them questions to solve this task? We show that teachers are able to ask questions that lead to a success rate acceptable both on the part of the class and individual students.
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Audrey Murillo. Un savoir-faire implicite des enseignants : adapter leurs questions au niveau de leurs élèves. Pablo Buznic-Bourgeacq et Laetitia Gérard (dir.). L’apprentissage informel du métier d’enseignant : problématiques émergentes en sciences de l’éducation, 2015. ⟨halshs-03087142⟩

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