mardi 11 novembre 2014

Références - Formation hybride

Thot-Cursus (2012) « Les avantages de la formation hybride. » Entrevue avec Claude Caillet. (Page consultée de 11 nov. 2014)

Nadire, C., Dogan, I., « Is Blended Learning the Solution to Web-Based Distant Engineering Education? » Online Submission, IETC Conference (7th, Nicosia, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, May 3-5, 2007) (Page consultée le 11 nov. 2014)


The term “blended learning” is being used increasingly to describe the learning and teaching activities which involve a mixture of online teaching and faceto-face teaching. This paper describes the requirements of distant learning engineering courses, and proposes that a blended learning model suits best to the needs of such courses where the lectures are delivered using the well known learning management system based web teaching tools, and laboratory sessions are carried out at the university campuses.

Vaughan, N.,  Lawrence, K. « Investigating the Role of Mobile Devices in a Blended Pre-Service Teacher Education Program. »  La revue canadienne de l'enseignement supérieur, vol.43, No3 (2013) (Page consultée de 11 nov. 2014) 


The purpose of this research study was to investigate if and how mobile devices could be used to support the required program outcomes in a blended pre-service teacher education degree. All students enrolled in an educational technology course during the fall 2011 semester were provided with Dell and ViewSonic tablets. Through faculty interviews, student online surveys, and a post-course focus group, the study participants indicated that mobile devices could be useful for supporting future professional responsibilities (e.g., career-long learning, collaboration) and facilitating student learning but less effective for planning, assessment, and managing the classroom environment.
Hart, M., (2014) « Flipping the Traditional Lecture Hall. ». Campus technology.

Columbia University is experimenting with the flipped classroom model in large lecture courses. (Page consultée le 11 nov. 2014)