L’APPRENTISSAGE EN SCIENCES EXPÉRIMENTALES : LA RECHERCHE ET L’ENSEIGNEMENT / LEARNING IN EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCES: RESEARCH AND TEACHING

Evgenia-Motya Sotirova

Abstract


Dans cet article est présentée et discutée une approche pour le choix d’une planification didactique efficace à l’enseignement des sciences physiques et naturelles dans la classe.  Cette analyse propose un grand effort au niveau de la recherche éducative dirigée avant tout vers l’approfondissement de nos connaissances quant aux questions au sujet de la nature de l’apprentissage et surtout de l’apprentissage scientifique pendant le développement de l’enfant. Elle s’oriente aussi vers les modalités et les fonctions de l’apprentissage aux différents degrés de l’éducation, sur la base de l’apport de diverses connaissances et compétences qui vont de l’épistémologie et la psychologie à la didactique contemporaine.

In this article is presented and discussed an approach to the choice of an effective didactic project for the teaching of sciences at the school. This analysis propose a great effort at the level of educational research directed primarily towards deepening our knowledge on issues about the nature of learning and especially the scientific learning during the child development. The analysis also turned to the modalities and functions of learning at different levels of education, on the basis of the contribution of various knowledge and skills ranging from epistemology and psychology in the contemporary didactics.

 

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enseignement des sciences expérimentales, didactique, psychologie et épistémologie de l’apprentissage / teaching of experimental sciences, didactics, psychology and epistemology of learning

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