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L’innovation en pédagogie sous l’angle des Modes d’Existence de B Latour

Armand Lietart 1
1 GRESIC - Groupe de Recherche Expérimentale sur les Systèmes Informatisés de Communication
CEMIC - Centre d'Etude des Médias, de l'Information et de la Communication
Abstract : Along with the words of F. Cros " the concept of innovation has nowadays an increased status in the training world", we will attempt qualify the notion of innovation itself in pedagogics Let us start by remindings of this concept in litterature. We will first shortly deal with the meaning of our actions in an "innovating" pedagogy. Then we will progressively go to the "latourian" position by calling to mind some of the key features of his thinking. We will partially go into the innovation by touching upon a perspective through some of the works of B. Latour and more specifically "The Existence Modes" Broadly speaking, we need to reflect upon the role itself of the researcher in his approach of the study object. We will introduce a theoretical framework that seems to include B. Latour's remarks. According to Karl Marx : "the windmill belongs to the feudal society, whereas the steam mill belongs to the middleclass society" To paraphrase K. Marx, we may ponder to which type of society (of innovation) our 2.0 Windmills correspond?
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Armand Lietart. L’innovation en pédagogie sous l’angle des Modes d’Existence de B Latour. Les écosystèmes numériques et la démocratisation informationnelle : Intelligence collective, Développement durable, Interculturalité, Transfert de connaissances, Nov 2015, Schoelcher, France. ⟨hal-01258318⟩



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