Technologies, resources, and inquiry-based science teaching. A literature review.

Abstract : Many research works in science education have studied these issues. We do not intend here to make an extensive presentation of the literature (and certainly could not, because of the number of articles, books, conference proceedings mentioning this topic). We have tried to identify the main directions and questions, the current evolutions and the principal perspectives. We will first present (part 1) an overall reflection on ICT and IBST, precising the questions raised by this topic, as they appear in the literature. In part 2, we propose a detailed view on a few key papers and projects. The core of the literature review is part 3, were we study issues related with learning (3.1), teaching (3.2), and teacher training (3.3). We conclude with a synthesis of the main perspectives, in particular about design issues.
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Ghislaine Gueudet, Laetitia Bueno-Ravel, Hervé Ferriere, Dominique Forest, Yves Kuster, et al.. Technologies, resources, and inquiry-based science teaching. A literature review.. [Research Report] CREAD. 2009. ⟨hal-01151156⟩



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