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Un environnement personnel d’apprentissage évaluant des distances épistémiques et dialogiques

Abstract : Every teaching is distant. New computer environments can automatically assess various productions of learners and provide several feedback. By revealing non-physical distances (social and epistemic), and by joining in social platforms, these environments offer new opportunities in distance learning but also in face-to-face learning. This article presents three widgets evaluating various aspects of learning processes and delivering their evaluation as a form of distance (semantic distance, individual cognitive distance and social distance). All three widgets can be interconnected to build a personal learning environment, which is the subject of a first exploratory case-study with computer science students.
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Philippe Dessus, Ștefan Trăușan-Matu, Fridolin Wild, Damien Dupré, Mathieu Loiseau, et al.. Un environnement personnel d’apprentissage évaluant des distances épistémiques et dialogiques. Distances et savoirs, Hermès Lavoisier, 2011, 9 (4), pp.473-492. ⟨10.3166/ds.9.473-492⟩. ⟨hal-01079177⟩

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