Study on the reasons for secondary school students’ interest in pedagogical innovation
This article reports on how secondary school students evaluate an experienced pedagogical innovation project, and by what evaluative factors they do so. By extension, it offers insight into their conceptions of school, especially its latest developments such as interdisciplinarity and digital skills. The data for the study were collected via closed and open-ended questions from 98 subjects. According to our results, an innovation project is considered favorable for its ability to generate the desire to identify with it personally, for its unusual character, the clarity of its objectives and the pragmatic knowledge it provides. Finally, our study supports the principles advocated by the Innovative Learning Environments (ILE) where the needs of the learners are central.
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