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Comparaison de questions posées et votées en ligne dans le cadre d'une classe inversée

Abstract : Students' questions are useful for their learning experience as well as to help teachers to adapt their pedagogy. We study here a corpus of questions asked online by 1st year medical students, used by their professors to prepare their questions and answers sessions. As students can also vote on questions already asked, we can wonder about the pedagogical value of such votes: do they help learning as much, and are students voting on questions similar in nature to the ones they ask? To answer, we have developed a coding scheme of questions according to their nature and built an automatic annotator to tag the whole corpus. Comparing voters and non-voters reveals the former perform better than the latter, and there are little differences between questions asked and voted for students who do both. This result confirms the value of voting as an alternative to asking one's own questions for students who know how to ask questions.
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Fatima Harrak, François Bouchet, Vanda Luengo. Comparaison de questions posées et votées en ligne dans le cadre d'une classe inversée. Environnements Informatiques pour l’Apprentissage Humain, Jun 2019, Paris, France. pp.121-132. ⟨hal-02157330⟩



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