ENSEIGNEMENT DES SCIENCES PAR PROJET ET DIDACTIQUE : ÉLÉMENTS THÉORIQUES POUR UNE COORDINATION / TEACHING OF THE SCIENCES BY PROJECT-BASED LEARNING AND DIDACTICS: THEORETICAL ELEMENTS FOR A COORDINATION

Alyona Grigorovitch

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Dans cet article, sont considérés certains aspects et paramètres sur la base de laquelle l'enseignement des sciences peut être correspondu avec la pédagogie de projet. Après une référence aux questions contemporaines de la didactique, sont présentés les éléments théoriques de base de la pédagogie de projet. En plus, le rôle du contenu d’enseignement en sciences expérimentales et aussi discuté par rapport au développement des projets.

 

In this article, are considered certain aspects and parameters on the basis of which the teaching of the sciences can be matched with the project-based pedagogy. After a reference to contemporary issues in the didactics, are presented the theoretical basics of project-based pedagogy. In addition, the role of the teaching content in experimental sciences and also discussed in relation to the development of the projects.

 

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Pédagogie de projet, enseignement des sciences expérimentales, contenu d’enseignement / Project-based pedagogy, teaching of experimental sciences, teaching content

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