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Une typologie des typologies des applications des TIC en éducation

Abstract : This article reviews 29 typologies of ICT (information and communication technologies) uses in education proposed since 1980 by researchers and professionals in the field. Three typology categories are distinguished: teaching-learning centered, schoolcentered and learner-centered. The first use as classification criteria: the roles attributed to a computer, the level of learner control and the instructional strategies or phases. The second category classifies ICT uses by type of school activities or type of actor in a school. The last group classifies ICT uses according to the cognitive functions supported by ICTs or according to some learning or information-processing phases. Typologies appear to become more specialized to express the use of a single technology, a learning context or a theoretical approach. They also become more sophisticated and more predisposed to articulate the learner's cognitive functions.
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Josianne Basque, Karin Lundgren-Cayrol. Une typologie des typologies des applications des TIC en éducation. Sciences et Techniques Educatives, Hermes, 2002, 9 (3-4), pp.263-289. ⟨hal-00190671⟩



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