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Italian Journal of Educational Technology

Jul 07, 2016 Volume 24, Number 1

Editors

Donatella Persico; Stefania Manca; Francesca Pozzi

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 12

  1. Tra tradizione e innovazione: la costruzione discorsiva di un’universit “world-leading”

    Carlo Perrotta

    Questo articolo applica l\u2019analisi del discorso a due “testi\u201d prodotti dall\u2019universit di Harvard: un estratto dal catalogo ufficiale dei corsi universitari, e la lista di corsi ... More

    pp. 4-12

  2. E-textbooks and digital reading: where do we stand?

    Andrea Nardi

    Issues related to digital reading and their implications for learning processes are currently the subject of intense debate.Although there is no scientific evidence to support the widespread... More

    pp. 13-19

  3. A model for training parents and teachers of children with special needs

    Manuela Sanches-Ferreira, Antonella Chifari, Monica Silveira-Maia, Giuseppe Chiazzese & Miguel Santos

    This paper presents an integrated training model designed to promote networked community-based interventions forchildren with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The article begins... More

    pp. 20-28

  4. Serious games for the empowerment of young diabetics: the case of “Tako Dojo”

    Gianvito D'Aprile & Antonio Ulloa Severino

    This paper examines whether and how serious games for health can support patient empowerment and healthcarebehaviors. This study examines the case of diabetes and tests the following hypotheses: 1)... More

    pp. 29-37

  5. Nursing Community 2.0: a method to promote online collaborative learning

    Maura Cascio, Ilenia Parenti, Alessandra Catino, M. Zoda & Valentina Botta

    This article describes a project that aimed to establish an online community of practice involving nursing staff in Sicily.Known as Nursing Community 2.0, the initiative attracted 156 nurses and... More

    pp. 38-46

  6. Monitoring behaviour at school and in the family: the WHAAM application

    Gianluca Merlo, Giuseppe Chiazzese, Onofrio Di Giuseppe & Dimitris Spachos

    Digital technologies can facilitate the monitoringand management of challenging behaviours,promoting evidence-based evaluation ofbehavioural interventions. More

    pp. 47-51

  7. The electronic health record: a tool for continuing medical education

    Linda Messineo, Manuel Gentile, Dario La Guardia & Mario Allegra

    Un modello di formazione continua in medicinabasato sull\u2019utilizzo di funzionalit di comunicazionee cooperazione integrate nel Fascicolo SanitarioElettronico. More

    pp. 52-55

  8. Il Progetto WHAAM : un servizio per genitori e insegnanti di studenti con ADHD

    Luciano Seta, Antonella Chifari & Paola Denaro

    Using ICT to monitor ADHD behaviors and manageinterventions from an evidence based perspective. More

    pp. 56-60

  9. DELAROSE : e-learning con crediti formativi per gestire lo stress lavorativo

    Riccardo Mazza, Stefan Kunz, Cathal Ryan & John Wells

    pp. 61-64

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  10. La classe capovolta

    Alessandra Giglio

    La classecapovolta More

    pp. 65-66

  11. Rethinking school education

    Enza Colicchi

    Per un\u2019ideadi scuola More

    p. 67

  12. Le scienze dell’apprendimento

    Stefania Manca

    Le scienzedell\u2019apprendimento More

    p. 68