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Italian Journal of Educational Technology

Nov 28, 2016 Volume 24, Number 2

Editors

Donatella Persico; Stefania Manca; Francesca Pozzi

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. p-Learning’s unwelcome legacy

    Jon Dron

    Formal teaching of adults has evolved in a context defined, initially, by the constraints of physical boundaries. Classroomwalls directly entail timetables, norms and rules of behaviour, social... More

    p. 72

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  2. The Trialogical Learning Approach to innovate teaching

    Nadia Sansone, Donatella Cesareni & Maria Ligorio

    This article focuses on a case of implementing the Trialogical Learning Approach (TLA) in two classes in the firstyear of a university school for future osteopaths (N = 36). The approach involves... More

    p. 82

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  3. I social network come strumenti di inclusione sociale per le persone con disabilit

    Lucia Ferlino & Stefania Manca

    Nonostante la crescente popolarit dei social network (SN) tra diversi strati della popolazione, solo pochi studi hannoesaminato le potenzialit di questi ambienti digitali come strumenti di... More

    p. 92

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  4. Wikipedia come attivit di empowerment personale e sociale di studenti e insegnanti nel progetto “Veneto in Wikipedia”

    Corrado Petrucco

    Il progetto ha coinvolto un centinaio di studenti di scuole superiori del Veneto impegnati nell\u2019editazione di Wikipediasu voci relative ai Beni Culturali della Regione. L\u2019attivit ha... More

    p. 102

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  5. Saperi in equilibrio: leggere il bisogno formativo degli insegnanti in servizio sulle tecnologie digitali

    Laura Parigi

    In-service teachers who engage in training on digital technology in education often have a dual profile: they are novicesin terms of technological knowledge but at the same time are expert... More

    p. 111

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  6. Fare laboratorio di fisica con gli Inquiry Learning Spaces

    Stefano Macchia & Piera Guidara

    A middle school physics experience usingsmartphones. More

    p. 122

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  7. MOOCs: A multi-faceted phenomenon

    Ruth Kerr & Maka Eradze

    Based on George Siemens\u2019 recent criticismof educational technology, we propose somereflections on the positioning of the EMMA project,European Multiple MOOC Aggregator, with respectto the... More

    p. 126

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  8. Inspiring Science Education Project: innovation in Science Education

    Augusto Chioccariello & Elisa Pastore

    Il progetto Inspiring Science Education promuovel\u2019adozione di strumenti digitali innovativi per insegnarele science in modo divertente e stimolante. More

    p. 130

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