“Everyday learning is the learning that takes place everyday as individuals do their jobs – individually or working with their internal colleagues, as well as connecting with others in (online) professional networks and channels. It’s about continuously acquiring small pieces of information or skills (often unconsciously) that over time build up into a large body of knowledge or experience, which means an individual becomes proficient in their job and knowledgeable about their industry or profession.
Although this type of learning is very different from traditional learning where knowledge and skills are acquired through a conscious process of studying in the classroom or online (e-learning) – everyday learning is essential, for it is through this type of learning that most people learn how to do their job and improve.”
L’objet de ce cours est l’utilisation innovante du numérique dans l’enseignement et l'apprentissage des langues, vue à travers quatre approches : les formations hybrides en langues, la télécollaboration, les outils de l’intercompréhension, l’exploitation du web social. Par : Charlotte Dejean-Thircuir, Christian Degache, Elke Nissen, François Mangenot, Thierry Soubrié, ENS Cachan, ENS Lyon, Université Stendhal - Grenoble 3 En savoir plus sur ce MOOC : https://www.france-universite-numerique-mooc.fr/courses/ENSCachan/20006/Trimestre_4_2014/about
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François Mangenot et son équipe dans un MOOC didatique FLE et numérique
Supposons que vous vous retrouviez dans l’un de ces 4 cas de figures, et que vous souhaitiez soit : Concevoir une formation en ligne pour apprendre à vos collaborateurs comment utiliser un nouveau logiciel informatique, Rédiger et mettre en page des syllabi et fiches pédagogiques en sciences biomédicales pour vos étudiants, Développer un Serious Game …
Welcome to the resource center for the ALBERT CAMUS 1913-2013 digital exhibition. Here you will find information about the international events planned around the exhibition and the Camus centennial, along with links to many resources created or collected for this occasion.
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