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Can digital education be an education in collaboration and interculturality?

Abstract : Nowadays, teachers have to educate children in the use of digital technologies. They have to meet new pedagogical imperatives: knowing how to manage and create information, communicate, participate in networks and exchange views. In order to do this, our pupils need new skills in order to become "global citizens", able to understand the cultural diversity surrounding them. The specificity of the iTEC project, on which our study is based, centres on the evolution of the school in years to come. An evolution which takes into account the principles of an education in collaboration and interculturality.
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Karine Aillerie, Delphine Favre. Can digital education be an education in collaboration and interculturality?. Specialized in Information Sciences Symposium (COSSI 2014), Université de Poitiers (Pôle Icomtec – laboratoire CEREGE, IAE de Poitiers); Université de Moncton, Jun 2014, Poitiers, France. ⟨hal-01080396⟩



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