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La place de la vidéo en pédagogie inversée : l'utilisation de capsules facilite-t-elle l'apprentissage ?

Abstract : In recent years, the flipped classroom has had some success. It is often associated with the use of digital technology and in particular the video tool. This briefing aims to check if the use of video can actually be motivating for students, and if it improves student learning. The data presented in this work were acquired thanks to various questionnaires to which around sixty students answered. The video tool was compared to the use of written forms as a teaching medium. Video has shown a greater result ininitial motivation compared to writing. The written medium appears to be more difficult for pupils with learning problems in comparison to the video tool. In conclusion, this briefing shows that the use of video medium, if it has certain advantages, should not be systematic and is more suited to certain concepts than to others.
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Margaux Ruest. La place de la vidéo en pédagogie inversée : l'utilisation de capsules facilite-t-elle l'apprentissage ?. Education. 2020. ⟨dumas-03171101⟩

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