
06228620
a
2014a.00894
AbboudBlanchard, Maha
Cazes, Claire
Vandebrouck, Fabrice
Teachers' practices using eexercise bases in their classrooms.
Vandebrouck, Fabrice (ed.), Mathematics classrooms. Students' activities and teachers' practices. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers (ISBN 9789462092792/pbk; 9789462092808/hbk; 9789462092815/ebook). 185198 (2013).
2013
Rotterdam: Sense Publishers
EN
U50
C70
teachers' practice
electronic exercise bases
activities
computer aided instruction
teachinglearning process
From the introduction: This chapter examines teachers' uses of specific computational tools: electronic exercise bases (EEBs). The data come from a project tracking the use of online resources in grade 9 mathematics classes (ages 1516) in the Paris region. Here the use of EEBs constituted a case of special innovation and should for this reason be distinguished from ordinary classroom situations, where the emphasis is placed on coherence and stability of practices. The stability factor in the use of EEBs is not therefore discussed. Instead we raise questions concerning the way in which these new tools are appropriated by teachers, the different uses in terms of student activity, the changes they bring about in the daytoday activities of teachers, and, more generally, their impact on the evolution of teachers' overall classroom practices.