21 juillet 2019

ESRI 2019 - 49 la recherche en environnement

ESR enseignementsup-recherche gouv fr Cette publication constitue un état des lieux annuel et chiffré du système français, de ses évolutions, des moyens qu’il met en œuvre et de ses résultats, en le situant, chaque fois que les données le permettent, au niveau international.
L'état de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l'Innovation en France
(édition juillet 2019).

49      la recherche en environnement
En 2016, les dépenses de R&D consacrées directement ou indirectement à l’environnement sont évaluées à 5,2 milliards d’euros (Md€), soit 11 % de la dépense intérieure de R&D. Plus de la moitié des dépenses de R&D en environnement (hors Énergie et Transports) est prise en charge en 2016 par les entreprises, contre 20 % en 2000. Plus...

État de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l'Innovation en France n°12

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10 juillet 2019

Share your experiences in transforming learning environments

Much has been said in recent years about the need for education to meet the changing needs of students. It is no longer sufficient for teachers to merely impart ‘received wisdom’ to rows of students in classrooms lined up in a row along a corridor. Differentiated learning demands differentiated spaces. More...

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01 juillet 2019

Further Reflections on the Personal Learning Environment

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Derek Morrison[Edit][Delete]: Further Reflections on the Personal Learning Environment, Auricle [Edit][Delete] July 3, 2006
All Canadians have most of their medical expenses paid for by our system of public health care. So health is a sensitive issue in this country, because while Canadians strongly support their system, corporations and private interests try constantly to undermine it, to open it up to private enterprise. It is in this context that the electronic patient record (EPR) is discussed in Canada. I have been involved in some of those discussions, the tenor of which has varied from "there has to be room for profit in the EPR system" to "we're going to implement it no matter what the public thinks". More...

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25 juin 2019

The Value for Climate Action

France StratégieFrance's ambition is to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions on national soil by 2050. This is the "Net-Zero" goal: net zero greenhouse gas emissions from human activity, with residual gross emissions to be absorbed by carbon sinks – which include forests, grasslands and, further down the road, carbon capture and storage technology. More...

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Comment faire enfin baisser les émissions de CO2 des voitures

France StratégieRéduire « enfin » les émissions de CO2 des voitures nécessite de réorienter le marché vers des voitures plus légères, fabriquées avec de l’électricité décarbonée, et de mettre en place un plan industriel assurant à l’Europe son autonomie dans la fabrication des voitures électriques et de leurs batteries. Plus...

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14 juin 2019

What Constitutes Personal Learning Environments?

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Sebastian Fiedler[Edit][Delete]: What Constitutes Personal Learning Environments?, Seblogging [Edit][Delete] March 3, 2006
Seb Fiedler summarizes some of the recent discussion around personal leaning environments. Good, recent, set of links. He writes, "I treat personal learning environments more as a psychological perspective. What forms my 'personal learning environment' at a given point in time, and for a particular purpose or goal (that drives a learning project), is largely determined by the range of resources that I am able to perceive, locate, link to, access, manage, and so forth". More...

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Personal Learning Environment Model

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Jeremy Hiebert[Edit][Delete]: Personal Learning Environment Model, HeadsPaceJ [Edit][Delete] February 21, 2006
I don't think I've covered this (sorry if I have) and I don't want to risk it passing by without comment. In this item, Jeremy Hiebert revises his Personal Learning Environment (PLE) model. I'm not quite sure I'm there with it. I like the idea of trying to get at the function, rather than the type, of applications involved. But a lot seems missing. Where is personal identity? Where is community? I want to see 'who am I' and 'who do I know' as prominant in such a diagram. More...

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05 juin 2019

Blogging and the Changing Environment of Education and Collaboration

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Christian Long[Edit][Delete]: Blogging and the Changing Environment of Education and Collaboration, think:lab [Edit][Delete] January 20, 2006
Important. "We live in a remarkable world where the Internet has moved from a research experiment to a social curiosity to a dot.com frenzy to a normal part of each of our day-to-day existence. In many ways, schools and classrooms are at the center of it all. Computers are tools and in many ways similar to pens and radios and a screwdriver in the fact that they exist simply to help us do things. On the other hand, the raw existence of the Internet is something far more powerful. More...

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Personal Learning Environments

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Jeremy Hiebert[Edit][Delete]: Personal Learning Environments, HeadsPaceJ [Edit][Delete] January 12, 2006

Jeremy Hiebert responds nicely to the concern that personal learning environments cannot replicate the functionality of learning management systems: "Isn't this a bit like criticizing the design of a screwdriver because it doesn't work well for hammering nails? As far as I know PLE's were not created to facilitate the process of institutions educating students -- they're designed to help learners manage their own learning. More...

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Personal Learning Environments and Virtual Learning Environments

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Unknown[Edit][Delete]: Personal Learning Environments and Virtual Learning Environments, myWORLD Open Source ePortfolio [Edit][Delete] January 11, 2006

This is a very useful analogy and might be the best approach yet to the divide between personal learning and learning management systems: "To explore hostile environments we bring micro-climates with us in the form of clothing, space suits, boots, sea kayaks, ships, aeroplanes, etc. I may well choose to enter a VLE clad in my PLE or go off exploring on my own or with friends without feeling the need to let the teacher know. More...

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