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Moebs Sabine, Piombo Christophe, Batatia Hadj & Weibelzahl Stephan (2007). « A Tool Set Combining Learning Styles Prediction, a Blended Learning Methodology and Facilitator Guidebooks – Towards a Best Mix in Blended Learning ». In ICL, Conference ICL2007, Villach : Austria. En ligne : <http://halshs.archives- ... -00197294&version=1> 
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Resource type: Conference Paper
BibTeX citation key: Moebs
Categories: General
Keywords: style d'apprentissage
Creators: Batatia, Moebs, Piombo, Weibelzahl
Publisher: ICL (Villach : Austria)
Collection: Conference ICL2007
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URLs     http://halshs.arch ... 00197294&version=1
Abstract     
One of the challenges in the development in blended learning is to facilitate the individual learning styles of the learners. The alignment of a learning styles assessment with a learning methodology, a mapping between learning styles and social media, recommendations in a guidebook for facilitators and a checklist provide a tool set for a sustainable approach for a responsive learning environment. This paper analyzes how the different approaches, methods and studies interact to form an overall tool set to develop a learner- centered mix in blended learning. It proposes a tool set to adapt blended learning to the learning styles of the learners.
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