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Les neurosciences : un nouvel outil pour le professeur documentaliste ?

Abstract : In recent years, a significant attraction for data issued from the neurosciences appear and, above all, we are witnessing a movement of synthesis and convergence between the neurosciences, ethology, cognitive psychology, neuropsychology, and brain imaging. This paper has two main objectives: on the one hand, to take stock of the complex relationships between neuroscience and education; on the other hand, to present the few studies from the neurosciences that provide information on the mental processes involved in activities that are of particular interest to documentary professors, such as searching for information on the Internet. Neuroscience is an exciting field that is paving the way for what promises to be crucial discoveries, but caution must be exercised with regard to the sometimes abusive transpositions between these data from the neurosciences and the activities to be carried out in the classroom, especially because neuromyths are numerous and particularly resistant.
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Jérôme Dinet. Les neurosciences : un nouvel outil pour le professeur documentaliste ?. Médiadoc, A.P.D.E.N - Association des professeurs documentalistes de l'Éducation nationale, 2020, pp.25-32. ⟨hal-02899426⟩

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