Bruno Poellhuber
Université de Montréal
Publications 303
Dans l’article lancant le sujet de la chronique « Debats », Peraya (2019) retrace l’histoire de l’apparition des travaux sur l’analytique de l’apprentissage en brossant un portrait assez exhaustif des possibilites d’exploitation pedagogiques dans des EIAH, tout en posant un regard critique sur les plans epistemologique, methodologique et ethique. En reaction a ce texte, nous proposons de nous attarder sur certaines des questions pour lesquelles nos travaux de recherche ont alimente notre refl...
#1Nicole RacetteH-Index: 3
#2Bruno PoellhuberH-Index: 42
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La progression importante des cours en ligne bouscule les facons de faire l’enseignement (Bates et al., 2017), particulierement lorsque l’encadrement des etudiants est delegue a une tierce partie. Les outils de communication utilises entre les equipes de conception et d’encadrement, et la facon de les utiliser, prennent une grande importance pour offrir des cours de qualite, sachant qu’en formation universitaire a distance, la perseverance et la reussite sont plus faibles qu’en formation en pres...
#1Bruno Poellhuber (Athabasca University)H-Index: 42
Likely the most significant and life changing technologies of the 21st Century is the adoption of social media as major components of commercial, entertainment and educational activities. In this article, I overview the supposed benefits of the application of these tools within formal higher education programs. I then discuss the disadvantages and challenges, with a focus on the paradox that accompanies convenience and value in use, with loss of data control. It is likely that we will continue t...
#1Bruno PoellhuberH-Index: 42
#2Liam RourkeH-Index: 13
Last.Walter ArcherH-Index: 10
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This paper presents a tool developed for the purpose of assessing teaching presence in online courses that make use of computer conferencing, and preliminary results from the use of this tool. The method of analysis is based on Garrison, Anderson, and Archer’s [1] model of critical thinking and practical inquiry in a computer conferencing context. The concept of teaching presence is constitutively defined as having three categories – design and organization, facilitating discourse, and direct in...
Jan 1, 2019 in CSEDU (International Conference on Computer Supported Education)
#1Nicole Racette ('ENS Paris': École Normale Supérieure)H-Index: 3
#2Nicole Racette ('ENS Paris': École Normale Supérieure)
Last.Marie-Pierre Bourdages-Sylvain ('ENS Paris': École Normale Supérieure)
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This research aims to identify the approaches used in online courses and their impact on the task of online teaching in three post-secondary institutions in Quebec. From 32 individual interviews and 6 group interviews, results show that courses are offered for continuous enrollment in two institutions, and in cohort for the third. In each of these institutions, these courses are offered asynchronously and are mainly focused on independent learning. The teaching task usually found in the classroo...
#1Jon Dron (Athabasca University)H-Index: 16
#2Bruno Poellhuber (Athabasca University)H-Index: 42
#1Samuel Fournier St-Laurent (Collège Ahuntsic)H-Index: 1
#2Bruno Poellhuber (UdeM: Université de Montréal)H-Index: 42
There is a growing interest for specialized classrooms, termed active learning classrooms (ALC), which are designed to facilitate the use of active learning methods and information and communication technologies (ICT) by students. Thanks to pioneering studies such as SCALE-UP, there is a better understanding of the benefits of these classrooms and the pedagogy taking place in them. Teachers accustomed to traditional classes have to change many aspects of their pedagogy in order to reap the benef...