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Différenciation, autonomie et numérique : l’usage des plateformes numériques peut-il aider la différenciation de nos pratiques tout en développant l’autonomie des élèves ?

Abstract : In 1971 Robert BURNS stated that “There aren’t two students improving at the same speed, there aren’t two students who are ready to learn at the same time”. This statement constantly raises questions about teaching methods that require a class to understand and learn the same notion at the same rhythm. Educational differentiation appears as an obvious solution to this problem of learning pace, but requires the students to be self-sufficient. Since then, the Ministry of National Education became aware of the necessity of taking account the differences between students, and a large amount of innovative methods came to light. Digital tools have been developed, and their use are today part of institutional expectations. These several assessments brought me to ask myself this question: “Can the use of digital platforms help differentiation in our methods while developing the students’ self-sufficiency?” I also came to test two heterogeneous 8th grade classes using a digital platform, which will be summarised at this end of this essay.
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Apolline Christophe. Différenciation, autonomie et numérique : l’usage des plateformes numériques peut-il aider la différenciation de nos pratiques tout en développant l’autonomie des élèves ?. Education. 2020. ⟨dumas-02976010⟩

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