مجلة البحوث و الدراسات الإنسانية
Volume 9, Numéro 1, Pages 52-62
Auteurs : Said Amine .
Further to the digital revolution of these last years, this article questions the efficiency of the current teaching method of the technologies taught at universities. We, thus, propose a new approach of teaching which Problem/Project Based Learning is. This approach requires a rather binding protocol and needs us to pay attention to the variables which affect its good progress. Now, dealing with the nature of the 'problem-situation', is one among other variables. Here, we compare two 'problem-situation' types; a concrete one which is strongly inspired from the professional environment and another academic one. We prove, therefore, that the first 'problem-situation' is much more stimulating to the students' minds and more efficient for a better learning.
Problem/Project Based Learning, Computing Technologies, Problem-situation (real /academic), motivation
Tabet Aouel Lachachi Wassila
Ait Ammar Chahrazed
Biales Anne Laure