Education Through Research refers to both the instructor's positioning herself as a teacher-researcher as well as a means of introducing students to research methods and ethics. By taking research as a model, school culture reconnects with the rigor of the scientific approach, the development of critical thinking, the desire to explore the unknown and to innovate while inspiring creativity and collaboration.
Teachers thus engage their students in cooperative, rigorous projects where they utilize numerous skills such as: observing, asking questions, describing, formulating hypotheses, accumulating knowledge, experimenting, modeling, exchanging information, presenting their arguments, and validating results. Asking questions, making mistakes, testing, iteration, comparing the model with reality, teamwork, and opening up the school to the outside world are just some of the drivers of students' learning.
Thanks to the Education Through Research approach, students are introduced at a very young age to the tools and concepts of research and knowledge production. They carry out projects which culminate in a final presentation attesting to what they've learned, their new skills, and how their thinking has progressed.
Why study engineering in primary or secondary school?
Science and technology is a field of exploration conducive to stimulating students' questions and motivation.
The aim of an Engineering in School project is to allow classes to tap into these techniques and know-how to build new knowledge and develop the skills that will enable them to shape the world of tomorrow.
Engineering in the Classroom is an educational model drawing on the methods and issues of engineering in order to develop an innovative, creative, critical, and responsible mindset.
- Mechanics and electronics
- Reverse engineering
This MOOC offers an INTRODUCTION that will enable you to better understand the principles and challenges of an Education Through Research project applied to engineering. To do this, all you have to do is consult the MOOC resources and participate in the suggested activities throughout the 5 weeks of the course.
You don't need to have skills or knowledge in engineering to participate in this MOOC. The goal of this online training course is to familiarize you with an approach that aims to place you and your students in a research and development role in order to produce new knowledge.
- Week 0 : Discovery
- Week 1 : Get started with an Education Through Research project
- Week 2 : Questioning and literature review
- Week 3 : Research question and protocol
- Week 4 : Carrying out the project
- Week 5 : Publication
Emmanuelle LAIGNEL et Céline CHALMETON ADANNOU
Primary school teachers in Gennevilliers (Year 6)
Primary school teacher (Years 5-6)
Engineer at THALES ALENIA SPACE
Industrial methods manager
Primary school teacher in Moselle (Year 6)
Engineer at THALES AIR SYSTEMS
Primary school teacher in Paris (Year 5)
巴黎大学（又称新巴黎大学）于 1896 年重建，由理学院、文学院、法学院、医学院、新教神学院和高等药学院组成。它于 1970 年底解散，成为十三所独立的大学。
France Université Numérique est le diffuseur des cours en ligne des établissements d’enseignement supérieur français et de leurs partenaires.
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