This paper investigates the effects of a hybrid entrepreneurship training scenario involving peer collaboration in problem-solving situations supported by an electronic forum. Observations focus on students’ self-direction, both in a general learning context and in the specific context of entrepreneurship, and are based on measurements carried out according to a pre- and post-test protocol. Results suggest that the level of self-direction in a general learning context increased, but to a lesser extent than in the entrepreneurship field. This contrast allows us to discuss the cross-cutting nature of a collaborative problem-solving approach and the advantageousness of using it for the development of students' self-direction.
Available online: 2022-04-11
Adinda, D., Marquet, P., Dalle, J.-M., & Dion, G. (2022). Effets de situations à problèmes sur l’autodirection des étudiants : le cas d’une formation hybride à l’entrepreneuriat. International Journal of Technologies in Higher Education, 19(2), 160-173. https://doi.org/10.18162/ritpu-2022-v19n2-11