TITLE

Pratiques d'enseignement et conceptions de renseignement et de l'apprentissage d'enseignants du primaire à divers niveaux du processus d'implantation des TIC

AUTHOR(S)
Lefebvre, Sonia; Deaudelin, Colette; Loiselle, Jean
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
Canadian Journal of Learning & Technology;Winter2008, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p29
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article describes both practices and concepts of eight elementary school teachers who are at different stages of implementation of ICT in their practice. The results, taken from interviews and observation, indicate that teachers, identified as "experimenters" and who tend to use ICT less, adopt concepts and practices that lean towards behaviourism. Teachers identified as "collaborators" or "adaptors" and who are at higher levels of integration of ICTs tend to have practices that are more varied and show evidence of internal representations leaning more towards constructivism. The discussion further analyzes the relationship between the concepts that are evoked by the teachers and their uses of ICTs.
ACCESSION #
35785436

 

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