Social Constructivism and Digital Learning

Social Constructivism and Digital Learning

Mohammed Amine Boughalem (FLSHO - University Mohammed First, Oujda, Morocco) and Mohamed Khaldi (Abdelmalek Esaadi University-ENS Tétouan, Tetouan, Morocco)
Copyright: © 2019 |Pages: 10
DOI: 10.4018/IJSEUS.2019070102
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The classical models of teaching in education represent one of the main pillars of face-to-face learning. Digital learning allows access to different instances of distance learning, which constitutes a key role in setting up a distance learning system. Every model is adapted to a type of training. Digital learning has become more and more a necessity for the whole civil society, universities have had a tendency to be followed and to development in the pedagogical field, more precise training and new learning modes. With this effect, the choice of the appropriate model to this type of training is very important to take into consideration to better exploit the resources. In the following article, the authors will try to analyze the different classical models of teaching and to analyze distance learning in order to identify the most appropriate model, the main goal of the subject is to show the relevance of the adoption of the teaching model in distance learning.
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The study we conducted in relation to our research topic allowed us to develop our body of research that will serve as a basis for developing our research.

The study that we conducted in connection with our subject of research enabled us to develop our body of research which brings together different studies on the classical theoretical models, which will serve us as a base to develop our research and finally propose an example of pedagogical scenario.

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