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Italian Journal of Educational Technology

Dec 24, 2018 Volume 26, Number 3

Editors

Donatella Persico; Stefania Manca; Francesca Pozzi

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. THE EFFECTIVE INTERACTION BETWEEN ASSESSMENT AND TECHNOLOGIES: FINDINGS FROM A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

    Denise Tonelli, Valentina Grion & Anna Serbati

    Assessment is a widely discussed topic in educational research, due to its key role in learning processes. An emerging theme in the current debate is the need to adopt approaches more consistent... More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    pp. 6-23

  2. THE INFLUENCE OF THE ELECTRONIC CLASS LOGBOOK ON EVALUATION PROCESSES

    Maila Pentucci

    This paper analyses the effect of the electronic class logbook on how teachers mentally frame student assessment and conceptualise assessment processes. To what extent do the register’s features,... More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    pp. 24-39

  3. ASSESSMENT-AS-LEARNING FOR COGNITIVE ACTIVATION. ISSUES FOR EFFECTIVE USE OF LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE CLASSROOM

    Roberto Trinchero

    The introduction of digital technologies in the classroom (especially tablets, mobile devices and personal computers) can provide interesting learning opportunities. However, these gains are not... More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    pp. 40-55

  4. ON PAPER OR ON SCREEN? A STUDY ON THE PERCEPTIONS OF DIGITAL TESTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

    Maria Ranieri & Andrea Nardi

    This paper explores the potentialities and limitations of Computer-Based Testing (CBT) compared to traditional Paper-Based Testing (PBT). The aim is to verify whether, and to what extent, an... More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    pp. 56-70

  5. ONLINE PEER ASSESSMENT TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ LEARNING OUTCOMES AND SOFT SKILLS

    Daniela Amendola & Cristina Miceli

    A central objective in the university context is to promote innovative teaching activities that increasingly see students as an active part of the learning process, fostering their learning... More

    Languages: English, Italiano/Italian

    pp. 71-84