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Autonomie, différenciation et apprentissage par les pairs en cycle 2

Abstract : In primary school, pupils are meant to become autonomous. That is one of skills required by the syllabus. The experimentation was based on not only Meirieu's work but also Elisabeth Bautier and Patrick Rayou's to attain a certain pratical aspect of the autonomy we can expect from second grade pupils. The goal of this study was to see how a greater autonomy from the students enable to be more organized and also how a better differentiation was possible thanks to that autonomy. The experiment consisted of two groups, one half of the class working on new skills with the teacher and the other half of the class working by themselves on planned exercices but also on the manual teaching tools they choose by themselves. They could pick the time they wanted to work, the order but also whether to sit or not and whether to work by themselves or with others. The study showed that autonomy allowed a better differentitation in their work. Therefore, the differentiation and the better organisation enabled them to be more autonomous. So we can say, that encouraging all these elements create a self-improving cycle for the students.
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Camille Flassayer. Autonomie, différenciation et apprentissage par les pairs en cycle 2. Education. 2020. ⟨dumas-03046997⟩

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