De la métis au e-learning : la médiation du rapport au savoir

Abstract : As teachers, we seek to transmit knowledge and to make our students qualified, with professional skills for their future profession. The transmission of knowledge was traditionally built on a long period of apprenticeship with peers. But the current situations of learning and work are changing to environments always more mediated. In this paper we examine the key notions touching the training for a profession and its practice. It carries us to wonder how this experiential dimension becomes integrated in the acquisition of competence today? To answer this question, we analyze two case studies of teaching situations mediated by the Information and Communication Technologies: one in academia, the other in industry, specifically in the EDF nuclear engineering. They show that intellectualized work makes now use of subjective and cognitive abilities that are fulfilled in social networks practices.
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Caroline Djambian, Serge Agostinelli. De la métis au e-learning : la médiation du rapport au savoir. Distances et Médiations des Savoirs, CNED-Centre national d'enseignement à distance, 2013, pp.1-11. ⟨hal-00811459⟩



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