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EducTice - INRP



FR - France



Luc Trouche, professor, head of EducTice team



Sophie Soury-Lavergne, assistant professor



Jana Trgalova, assistant professor



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Tam EducTice


The evolution of learning environments deeply questions school and society. The development of a shared digital literacy has become a political, social and educational objective. This results in keen institutional demands for a development of the use of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) by pupils, teachers and all actors of education. The need for understanding the complexity of ICT integration for educational purposes gave rise to a significant development of research, at the national and international levels, in the design of computer-based environments, their usage and learning resulting from these usages. The EducTice team of the INRP (National Institute for Pedagogical Research) works towards a contribution to this research.

Research interests of EducTice members pertain 2 main domains:

  • Science education in relation with ICT.
  • Design and usage of digital resources by and for actors of education (pupils, teachers, teacher trainers, researchers, policy makers…).
Members of EducTice team have been and are involved in European projects on technology enhanced learning and teaching:

  • Technology Enhanced Learning of Mathematics (TELMA, IST 507838) supported by the Kaleidoscope Network of Excellence.
  • Representing Mathematics with digital media (ReMath, IST-4-26751-STP).
The team develops two Web sites:

Selected recent publications of EducTice members involved in the Intergeo project

  • Cerulli M., Trgalova J., Maracci M., Psycharis G. and Georget J.-P. (2008), Comparing theoretical frameworks enacted in experimental research: TELMA experience. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik 40(2).
  • Drijvers P., Trouche L. (to appear) From artefacts to instruments: a theoretical framework behind the orchestra metaphor, in K. Heid and G. Blume (eds.), Research on Technology and the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics, Information Age Publishing, Greenwich, CT, USA.
  • Guin D., Ruthven K., Trouche, L. (eds.) (2004) The didactical challenge of symbolic calculators: turning a computational device into a mathematical instrument, Springer, New York.
  • Guin D., Trouche L. (2005) Distance Training, a Key Mode to Support Teachers in the Integration of ICT? Towards collaborative conception of living pedagogical resources, Fourth Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education, Sant Felix de Guixols, Spain.
  • Laborde C., Assude T., Grugeon B., Soury-Lavergne S. (2006), Study of a teacher professional problem: how to take into account the instrumental dimension when using Cabri-geometry?
  • Proceedings of the 17th ICMI Study, Technology Revisited Study Conference, Hanoi institute of technology, December 03-08, 2006.
  • Soury-Lavergne S. (2004) Making use of dynamic geometry in the classroom, Proceedings of ICME 10, Copenhagen, Denmark, 4-11 July 2004.
  • Soury-Lavergne S, Mory A., Fini C. (2004) Instrumentation of the drag mode in the introduction to deductive reasoning with Cabri-geometry, Proceedings of Cabri-world 3 Rome Italy, 8-12 Sept. 2004.
  • Trgalova J., Chaachoua H. (2008), Development of Aplusix software. ICME 11 Conference, Monterrey, Mexico, 6-13 July 2008.
  • Trgalova J., Trouche L. (2007). What scenarios for the design and integration of ICT tools in mathematics? in Proceedings of the IFIP Conference Informatics, Mathematics, and ICT : a 'golden triangle', Boston, 27-29 June 2007 (CDROM).
  • Trouche L. (2004) Managing Complexity of Human/Machine Interactions in Computerized Learning Environments: Guiding Student's Command Process Through Instrumental Orchestrations. International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning, 9(3), 281-307.