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En quoi l'activité de recherche dans la Démarche d'Investigation Scientifique influe-t-elle sur l'engagement et l'auto-détermination des élèves au cycle 2?

Abstract : The school had a plan to renovate science and technology education in the 2000s. However, science is still not very present in schools and when it is, it is not very motivating for pupils. The objective of this memoir is to find motivating work methods for pupils. The problem is the following: how does the research activity in the Scientific Investigation Approach (DIS) affect the engagement and self-determination of pupils in cycle 2? To answer this problem, 2 sequences in science were set up, in a CE1 class in REP+, testing a hypothesis each. The first aimed at showing the effects of manipulation and the second the effects of group work on pupil’s motivation and engagement. Each sequence consisted of two test sessions (with working modality) and two control sessions (without working modality). At the end, we collected data on pupil’s engagement and motivation, which were then analysed. The results show that manipulation and group work have a positive impact on pupils motivation and engagement, especially for pupils in difficulty and who do not like the subject they are working on.
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Antoine Gigan, Steven Duchemann. En quoi l'activité de recherche dans la Démarche d'Investigation Scientifique influe-t-elle sur l'engagement et l'auto-détermination des élèves au cycle 2?. Education. 2020. ⟨dumas-02929982⟩

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