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Dans quelle mesure la différenciation d'une activité à prise d'initiatives impacte la motivation des élèves ?

Abstract : We have noticed in our classes, but also through some exchanges with our colleagues, difficulties or even blockages of our students in mathematics. Of course, mathematics has always caused an outcry but can we regain the confidence of students by making mathematics both accessible and attractive? Hence the choice of the problematic of the thesis that has imposed itself on us: “To what extent does the differentiation of an initiative activity affect the motivation of the students?”. To answer this question we tested two hypotheses in our classes. Hypothesis 1: Students are more involved in initiative activities than in guided exercises. Hypothesis 2: Differentiation, work in groups or heterogeneous binomials has a real influence on the number of students in activity. We invite the reader to discover through the pages of this thesis the results of our study and modestly we hope that this thesis will bring to him elements from which it can benefit.
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Samir Mahmani, David Ferrer Marti, Laurent Blaye-Felice. Dans quelle mesure la différenciation d'une activité à prise d'initiatives impacte la motivation des élèves ?. Education. 2017. ⟨dumas-01637366⟩

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