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Allier différenciation et autonomie : la mise en place d’ateliers en CE1

Abstract : This study is about an educational and organizational method set up in CE1 class in language study: the working groups. More precisely, it questions the type of groups most adapted (consistent group or mixed group) to promote independence and differentiation. So, 25 CE1 pupils have been filmed during working group’s times between January and April. In each type of groups (consistent and mixed), many elements have been evaluated: number of interactions in groups, work time, number of adult interventions and requests to the adult and percentages of success at evaluations. The results show a significant difference between « low » group and the others pupils in terms of independence and success. It doesn’t exist a type of group systematically more adapted than other, but the choice of groups must be reflected according to the objectives of each learning situation.
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Marion Lemaître. Allier différenciation et autonomie : la mise en place d’ateliers en CE1. Education. 2018. ⟨dumas-01834466⟩



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