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Italian Journal of Educational Technology

Dec 31, 2016 Volume 24, Number 3

Editors

Donatella Persico; Stefania Manca; Francesca Pozzi

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Valutazione automatica di soluzioni parziali - Automatic evaluation of partial solutions

    Giuseppe Fiorentino

    Un approccio ben consolidato per la soluzione di un problema non banale prevede di scomporlo in una gerarchia di sotto-problemi pi semplici (divide-et-impera). La stessa scomposizione pu essere... More

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  2. Social network come strumenti didattici: percezioni e atteggiamenti di insegnanti e studenti

    Valentina Grion & Stefania Bianco

    The increasingly widespread use of social network sites (SNS), particularly among young people, is a global phenomenon attracting increasing research attention. The use of SNS in school contexts... More

    p. 136

  3. La conoscenza tra le dita dei bambini. Imparare e giocare a tempo di app

    Silvia Dini & Lucia Ferlino

    Clear signs are emerging of changes in the ways that the current generation of preschoolers learn and play. These changes are closely linked to their familiarity with mobile devices and the... More

    p. 147

  4. the focus group: a dual tool for educational research and teacher training

    Francesca Oddone & Andrea Maragliano

    This paper describes the use of focus group discussion as a supplementary qualitative method for educational research. The study is part of a research project involving lower-secondary school... More

    p. 156

  5. Automatic evaluation of partial solutions

    Giuseppe Fiorentino & Giuliano Pacini

    A well-established approach for the solution of a non-trivial problem requires to split it into a hierarchy of simpler subproblems (divide and rule). The same splitting can be taken as the basis... More

    p. 165

  6. Imparare a leggere a tre anni

    Vittorio Midoro, Maura Massari & Chiara Strisciuglio

    Early learning to read can strongly promote children\u2019s cognitive and affective development. Starting from this assumption, we describe a methodology for the early learning of reading and... More

    p. 173

  7. Using video to promote Inquiry-based Learning in science: the case of Logger Pro

    Vincent English, Yvonne Crotty & Margaret Farren

    L\u2019articolo presenta un progetto didattico perl\u2019elaborazione di dati del mondo reale perl\u2019apprendimento di concetti della fisica e dellamatematica More

    p. 183

  8. Il progetto C95 e l’uso di tecnologie mobili per la formazione

    Nadia Catenazzi, Lorenzo Sommaruga, Kylene De Angelis & Giulio Gabbianelli

    L\u2019articolo descrive l\u2019esperienza d\u2019uso ditecnologie mobili interattive nella formazionedegli autotrasportatori all\u2019interno del progettoERASMUS+ C95 Challenge More

    p. 187

  9. The Art & Science of Learning Design

    Luis Prieto & Mara Rodrguez-Triana

    The Art & Science of Learning Design More

    p. 192

  10. La scuola ai tempi del digitale

    Manuela Repetto

    La scuola ai tempi del digitale More

    p. 194

  11. List of 2016 reviewers

    Redazione TD Tecnologie Didattiche

    List of 2016 reviewers More

    p. 196