This article relates the experience of transforming a learning device intended for an adult audience involved in teaching training in the context of pandemic COVID-19. The device is presented in the form of asynchronous modules composed of various activities. They are available to students according to a defined schedule. Almost 90% of students have completed the course. It’s why a critical perspective questions the factors supporting student engagement in light of the PETTaL model (Mukherjee, 2013). After analysis, it appears that the articulation between audience specificities and technological aspects in a perspective of supporting differentiated learning contributed to student engagement.
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Biémar, S., De Grove, K., & Fischer, L. (2020). Quand flexibilité, structuration et variété s’articulent pour maintenir l’engagement des étudiants : récit d’expérience de la transformation d’un dispositif pédagogique à destination d’enseignants en formation initiale. International Journal of Technologies in Higher Education, 17(3), 32-41. https://doi.org/10.18162/ritpu-2020-v17n3-06