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Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Education : An Issue that is Still Relevant Today

Abstract : In Chapter 4, Hervé Daguet calls upon the digital field as an object to devolve and shows how polymorphie it is. The specific public of his studies, REP+ students considered to be in academic difficulty, leads teachers in particular to emphasize the difficulty of their students' autonomy and to consider all the more the necessity of their own human commitment to supporting these students through digital means.

Chapter 4
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Theoretical framework, devolution and digital in schools
4.2.1. Some points of reference on devolution
4.2.2. Digital technology and learning
4.2.3. Problematization, digital technology and devolution
4.3. Research field and methodology
4.3.1. The situation: the D’Col device
4.3.2. Survey methodology
4.4. Analysis of results
4.4.1. Mediatization and devolution within the D’Col LMS
4.4.2. Mediation and devolution within the D’Col system
4.5. Conclusion
4.6. References
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Hervé Daguet. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Education : An Issue that is Still Relevant Today. Pablo Buznic-Bourgeacq. Devolution and Autonomy in Education, 9, ISTE; Wiley, pp.53‑68, 2021, (Science, society and new technologies series. Education set), 978-1-78630-698-2. ⟨hal-03348129⟩

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