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Using Pedagogic Scenarios to Optimize Pluri-Media Resources: The Contribution of the Scenistic Approach to Designing Skills-Based Learning Tasks

Abstract : One of the challenges of lifelong education is creating instructional materials to encourage adults to renew what they feel they already know. This is especially true, in the field of professional training, with experienced practitioners and where information technology often plays an important role. Using a Scenistic Approach to plan a series of teacher-led and self-access “lessons”, specially written video sequences were reused in various ways so as to optimize the time and effort of material makers. This included making access to the content matter more attractive and more varied so that learners can acquire knowledge in their own way. To do this a series of hybrid pedagogic techniques was used, which included traditional lectures, role-plays, a self-study video, a DVD-video and learning via an electronic network.
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Sylvie Leleu-Merviel, Nicolas Vieville, Michel Labour. Using Pedagogic Scenarios to Optimize Pluri-Media Resources: The Contribution of the Scenistic Approach to Designing Skills-Based Learning Tasks. SITE 2002, Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference, Mar 2002, Nashville, United States. pp.964-968. ⟨hal-03659270⟩

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