Articles de colloque
International Conference of the Learning Sciences
Networked communities are growing and they offer new affordances for reflection on practice in education. Few authors have observed how collective asynchronous discourse can be re-used in the classroom. This is the objective that we pursued in research combining a questionnaire filled out by pre-service teachers and in situ observations from their university supervisor. Analyses showed that both the pre-service teachers and the university supervisor recognized that the former used many ideas elaborated online.