Campus Libre : an observed uses analysis in a flexible environment
Intervenant(s) : Isabelle Quentin
- Date : Mercredi 13 juillet 2011
- Horaire : 11h20
- Durée : 40 minutes
Lieu : Patio - 3203 (1er étage)
To improve educational systems we need to (re)think the intelligence concept and the way pupils learn. Gadner (2006) lists 8 intelligences forms and for each of them several learning styles. But a school, as managed today, provides standardized ways of learning. Blended learning is presented by searchers as a good solution (Christensen, 2008 ; Horn & Staker, 2011). It could be an answer to students needing customization to learn.
Campus Libre, hosted on EducOOo’s website, offers to teachers (whatever their level or their branches of teaching) a free solution with a great modularity. Campus Libre is today in a takeoff period. 70 courses have been already created and shared and it is used by more than 300 students and teachers.
We propose to describe you all Campus libre functionalities and present you the first observed uses analysis.
Isabelle Quentin is professeure agrégée (4 year diploma degree) in management. From 2005 to 2009, she has been in charge of the training of new teachers (IUFM : university institute for the training of teachers). She is currently working on her PhD in educational sciences.