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Italian Journal of Educational Technology

Aug 31, 2014 Volume 22, Number 2


Donatella Persico; Stefania Manca; Francesca Pozzi

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Educazione all'imprenditorialit: spunti di riflessione

    Alessandra Antonaci, Francesco Bellotti, Riccardo Berta, Francesca Dagnino, Alessandro De Gloria, Elisa Lavagnino & Michela Ott

    This contribution deals with Entrepreneurship Education (EE), a growing area of education that reaches beyond the strict confines of economics and business studies. Indeed, the fundamental aim of... More

    pp. 68-73

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  2. Fostering an entrepreneurial mindset in upper secondary school

    Manuel Gentile, Valentina Dal Grande, Giovanni Fulantelli, Dario La Guardia, Linda Messineo, Simona Ottaviano, Davide Taibi & Mario Allegra

    Entrepreneurship Education (EE) represents a challenge for education systems across Europe and in particular for Italy, where EE is largely confined to technical and vocational studies. Introducing... More

    pp. 74-80

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  3. Metaservizi per la produzione collaborativa di moduli didattici in ambienti sociali

    Marco Mesiti, Stefano Valtolina, Francesco Epifania & Bruno Apolloni

    In this paper we introduce a platform designed to help educators make profitable use of current LMSs for teaching in a particular domain. The platform has been developed within a major European... More

    pp. 81-87

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  4. Qualitative research in virtual worlds: some methodological considerations

    Laura Fedeli

    The international literature on three-dimensional (3D) multiuser virtual environments clearly highlights the educational potential of current systems.A number of theoretical and applied studies... More

    pp. 88-94

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  5. The effectiveness of digital technologies in school: a critical review of the empirical evidence

    Giuliano Vivanet

    Negli ultimi anni, si assistito a una progressiva introduzione delle tecnologie didattiche nella scuola e, allo stesso tempo, all\u2019emergere, specialmente nell\u2019area anglosassone, di una... More

    pp. 95-100

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  6. An app for learning to write: preliminary results from a primary school study

    Liana Peria, Claudia Perlmuter & Maria Ranieri

    This paper presents results from the first phase of a research project aimed at developing a tablet application for teaching primary-school children to write. The study adopts the methodological... More

    pp. 101-109

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  7. Strumenti per i webinar: quali piattaforme?

    Stefania Cucchiara, Luca Vanin & Fabio Ballor

    Analysis of the most popular tools for webinars and criteria to choose the best fit. More

    pp. 110-113

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  8. WordPress: a Tool for Managing Online Learning?

    Alessandra Giglio

    Is it possible to use the well-known personal blogging platform WordPress as a Learning Management System? More

    pp. 114-118

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  9. Open Digital Badges: tecnologie a supporto della valutazione per il Lifelong Learning

    Juliana Raffaghelli

    An interesting tool for tackling the complex issue of assessment in lifelong learning. More

    pp. 119-123

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  10. "Terzo Paesaggio" e social network: percorso di storia dell'arte nel liceo scientifico

    Valentina Meli

    Usare i Social Network come strumento per ampliare l\u2019azione didattica, creando un ambiente libero dai confini scolastici e aperto ai contenuti del villaggio globale. More

    pp. 124-128

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