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ICT: learning more than just the basics. G. Melançon, P. Séébold Maths & Computer Science Dept. Montpellier 3 University. ICT at UPV. Computer science taught since many years at UPV “Hard core computing” as part of different disciplines Formal languages, document structures

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Ict learning more than just the basics

ICT: learning more than just the basics

G. Melançon, P. Séébold

Maths & Computer Science Dept.

Montpellier 3 University


Ict at upv
ICT at UPV

  • Computer science taught since many years at UPV

  • “Hard core computing” as part of different disciplines

    • Formal languages, document structures

    • Algorithms, computing and programming

    • Linguistics, quantitative geography and sociology, …


Ict at upv1
ICT at UPV

  • Computer science also taught as part of methodology

    • How to achieve common tasks using the technology (bibliography, text search, …)

    • Unfortunately turns out as tutorial classes for specific software programs


C2i ict for all
C2i: ICT for all

  • National program

  • Aims at giving all students the ability to

    • benefit from, use, exploit ICT

    • in all class scenarios and at all levels

    • keep and further develop these capabilities in future career

To succeed in the development of e-classroom


C2i ict for all1
C2i: ICT for all

  • Goes far beyond than a simple tutorial class

    • Adaptability to ICT evolution (tools, data storage and processing, …)

    • Proficient use of ICT in a working or social environment

      • Broadcast and digest of information, collaborative work, etc.

    • Ethics


C2i ict the challenge
C2i / ICT: the challenge

  • Adaptability / Proficient use of ICT

    • Much easier to teach “hard” science student

    • Ignore the technology and concentrate on its use

    • Assume the student will do whatever is needed to grasp the technology

Actually not so true …


C2i ict the challenge1
C2i / ICT: the challenge

  • Make the student assimilate concepts and ideas without explicitly teaching them …

    • Data formats, conversion, storage, …

    • Interfaces (domains and limits; biases, incoherence, …)

    • Protocols (http ?, ftp ?, proxy ?, smtp ?, wifi ?, ssh ?, …)


C2i ict didactics
C2i / ICT: didactics

  • Overall goal requires close collaboration between core computer scientists and experts from other disciplines

    • Need to stay as close as possible to user tasks and transfer concrete abilities (“know-how”)

    • Need to diffuse as much as possible the abstractions underlying the technology


C2i ict didactics1
C2i / ICT didactics

  • Need to avoid/overcome common mistakes

    • Stick with popular tools and technology: how is this related to adaptability ?

    • Organize self-tutoring: how is this related with the acquisition of a know-how ? Not optimal if concepts are to be discovered through practice …

      • e-students need to be closely managed

    • Run superficial and mass evaluation: how good is it at evaluating concrete abilities ?


C2i ict the upv case
C2I / ICT : the UPV case

  • Close collaboration between the Maths/CS and other departments

    • More or less uniform class material available on-line

    • Reasonable size classes (2 students / computer)

    • Most classes on campus, few e-learning classes


C2i ict the upv case1

Classes organized into beginners, intermediate or skilled students

Students experience different platforms: Mac, WinXP and Linux

Students are required to use a collaborative environment

Skilled students have specific material (more) related to their discipline

Interfaces

Data formats

Protocols

C2I / ICT : the UPV case


E bibliography
e-Bibliography students

  • c2i.education.fr

  • tice.education.fr/educnet/formation

  • www.univ-montp3.fr/miap/ens