This article reports on the research conducted by a multidisciplinary team on a training module called easy as 1-2-3 for language teachers. Combining multiple expertise in second language acquisition, digital pedagogy, and teacher training, three researchers designed, put into practice, and then analyzed a continuous training module. Based on several theories of digital integration in the classroom, and a series of qualitative data collected throughout the training program, the research team was able to highlight different aspects. First, the effect of the module on participants' representations of technology at school was analyzed. Then, the team focused on the evolution of teachers' digital practices by the end of the training program. Finally, the training module itself and its effectiveness have been investigated. The various results presented allowed the researchers to formulate recommendations for good practice in view of a new edition of an easy as 1 2 3 module.
- teacher teaching
- community of practice