28 avril 2017

La validation des acquis de l’expérience (VAE), véritable parcours du combattant

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "lemonde.fr/campus logo"Par Jean-Claude Lewandowski. L’idée a tout pour plaire : permettre à chacun de faire reconnaître les compétences acquises dans l’exercice de son métier, et obtenir ainsi un diplôme ou un certificat, à l’égal d’une formation classique. C’est la logique de la ­validation des acquis de l’expérience (VAE), lancée en 2002, et qui permet de décrocher une licence, un master, voire un doctorat. Besoin de reconnaissance, recherche d’emploi, sécurisation de son parcours… Les motivations des candidats sont variées. Quant au coût (2 000 à 3 000 euros, le plus souvent), il peut être financé par l’entreprise, le Fongecif ou par le compte personnel de formation. Voir l'article...

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Why A Face-to-Face Campus Culture Benefits From Internal Web Meetings

By Joshua Kim. Higher ed is an industry built on relationships. This is no more so than on a traditional residential campus. More...

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The End of Campus Deadwood?

By Joshua Kim. As a social scientist, I was trained that anecdotal observations don’t carry the same validity as aggregated data. In other words, what we see - or what people tell us they see - does not necessarily reflect the true story. More...

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Who Exactly Holds This Neoliberal EdTech Ideology?

By Joshua Kim. Responding to 'The Rise of Educational Technology as a Sociocultural and Ideological Phenomenon'. More...

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Digital Thinking and the Analog Campus

By Joshua Kim. How is digital thinking changing the analog campus? 
The first thing to get straight is that digital thinking is not the same as educational technology or online learning. Digital thinking is not delivery method or a set of technologies. More...

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3 Reasons Why My Wife Dislikes Online Learning

By Joshua Kim. My wife and I are in a mixed marriage.
I work in online education. She dislikes learning online.
I spend the majority of my time and energy trying to figure out how to leverage technology to improve education. More...

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The Liberal Arts College as a Sandbox for the Intellectually Curious

By Joshua Kim. And why this matters to those of us who think about learning and technology. More...

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5 Ways My PhD Left Me Unprepared For An Alt-Ac Career

By Joshua Kim. Wishing for a more inclusive and generous discussion about academic credentials and the changing nature of postsecondary work. More...

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Online Learning and Institutional Resilience

By Joshua Kim. What about small residential colleges, places that differentiate around an in-person residential learning experience. More...

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Does Tweeting Inhibit Our Necessary Bad Ideas?

By Joshua Kim. Does tweeting cause us to write more, or write less?
Is tweeting a catalyst for exploring ideas in greater depth on different platforms, or does creating on Twitter substitute for longer form writing. More...

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