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Websites Consulted by Future Primary Level Schoolteachers in France: Differences between Students and Trainees

Abstract : Our study investigated how primary school teachers assimilate the results of their internet research and which practical tools they use in the classroom. We wanted to determine what first year primary teachers access in terms of websites and online resources when preparing their French language (as a first language) classes and sequences. We collated 95 questionnaire responses from students preparing for their primary school teaching examination and from trainees who had already passed this examination and are now teaching classes unsupervised throughout the academic year. The results showed both similarities and differences between the cohorts. This information is helping us to build the DIDACFRAN website, the goal of which is to reduce primary school pupil learning difficulties by proposing research results and tools for the class.
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Submitted on : Sunday, July 7, 2019 - 10:56:52 AM
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Sophie Briquet-Duhazé. Websites Consulted by Future Primary Level Schoolteachers in France: Differences between Students and Trainees. American Journal of Educational Research, Science and Education Publishing, 2019, 7 (7), pp.471-481. ⟨10.12691/education-7-7-6⟩. ⟨hal-02176086⟩

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