Intégration des technologies de l'information et de la communication dans l'enseignement secondaire au Cameroun : point de vue des enseignantes et enseignants des collèges et lycées de la ville de Yaoundé
|Abstract:||In the company of growing information, communication and information technologies are regarded as a homogenizing factor and the best investment for an improvement of the school output and to ensure the equal opportunity. Also, it does not matter their social membership, the people called to move ahead in this company will have to compose with these technologies. Beyond this more or less disputed assertion, the majority of the studies recognize that the teachers still meet various obstacles in daily practice to integrate them suitably like teaching aids daily. The consequence is a weak teaching use. The present study, founded on a both constructivist and systemic approach explores a way of clarification of this learning weakness in order to stimulate the use of ICT in secondary education in Cameroun. Through the methodology of the flexible systems, the study supposes that the interactions between the provisions taken up to that point and the requirements to carry out the teaching integration of the ICT in the indicated sector constitute the starting point of the perceived problematic situation. In other words, the complexity of these interactions fades on the evolution of the aforesaid process. This situation is examined starting from the experiment of 58 teachers of the colleges and colleges of the town of Yaounde in Cameroun. The results of the investigation show that, “the project of integration” of the ICT, is not only blocked by the insufficiency of the devices set up, but also that indeed, the complexity of the interactions between the structures and the processes has an unquestionable influence there. The results show, moreover, certain principles which would facilitate the evolution of the process.|
|Document Type:||Thèse de doctorat|
|Open Access Date:||18 April 2018|
|Collection:||Thèses et mémoires|
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