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Application des principes de l’ « evidence-based teaching » à la conception de formations en ligne

Abstract : Since 2017, the European Centre for Research and Advanced Training in Scientific Computing has been involved in the creation of online scientific training courses for doctoral students and engineers. The topics covered are derived from the laboratory's research themes, namely turbulent combustion, thermo- acoustic instabilities, Lattice Boltzmann's method and Quantization of Uncertainty. The temporal organization is close to a MOOC, i. e. content that is open weekly for four to seven weeks, and participants who can only interact in an asynchronous manner. These training courses were designed with the greatest possible respect for the results of research on teaching, in accordance with the evidence-based teaching approach. This article describes which principles have been used and how they have been translated into practice in the design of training courses.
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Jean-Francois Parmentier. Application des principes de l’ « evidence-based teaching » à la conception de formations en ligne. 24ème Congrès Français de Mécanique, Aug 2019, Brest, France. ⟨hal-03306244⟩

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