La co-créativité pour la résolution de problèmes issus du monde réel en apprentissage par projet pour l’enseignement supérieur


  • Guillaume Isaac Université Côte d'Azur
  • Margarida Romero Université Côte d'Azur
  • Sylvie Barma Université Laval


Mots-clés :

créativité, co-créativité, résolution de problèmes, problèmes issus du monde réel, théorie historico-culturelle de l'activité, formation de concepts, enseignement supérieur, apprentissage par projet


La présente étude constitue un effort préliminaire pour cadrer la co-créativité, l’apprentissage par projet et la résolution de problèmes issus du monde réel sous la perspective de la théorie historico-culturelle de l’activité. Cet article propose d’établir la co-créativité comme une activité de formation de concepts en milieu naturel et une activité de médiation collective adaptée à la résolution de problèmes issus du monde réel en contexte d’enseignement supérieur. A ce titre, cette étude vise à faire le pont entre la co-créativité et le monde réel, par les connaissances, compétences et actions acquises en contexte de résolution co-créative de problèmes en enseignement supérieur.


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Isaac, G., Romero, M., & Barma, S. (2022). La co-créativité pour la résolution de problèmes issus du monde réel en apprentissage par projet pour l’enseignement supérieur . Revue Internationale Du CRIRES : Innover Dans La Tradition De Vygotsky, 6(3), 86–99.