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Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

Jun 22, 2016 Volume 12, Number 3


Luigi Colazzo

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Number of articles: 12

  1. Online Physics laboratory for University courses

    Daniela Amendola & Cristina Miceli, Italy

    E-learning and video technologies provide new tools to learn the laws and phenomena of experimental sciences. This novel approach complements the theoretical classes not having practical sessions. ... More

  2. An online Vygotskian learning activity model in mathematics

    Giovannina Albano, Umberto Dello Iacono & Giuseppe Fiorentino

    This paper describes part of a broader research aimed to investigate the possibility of using, an e-learning platform to implement the Vygoskijan educational model, based on mediation and peer... More

  3. Backward design in-service training blended curriculum to practitioners in social work as coach in the P.I.P.P.I. program

    Diego Di Masi & Paola Milani

    The paper presents the initial training addressed to practitioners in social work involved in P.I.P.P.I., a national program aiming at preventing out-of-home child placement. The course adopts a... More

  4. A curriculum-based approach to blended learning

    Linda Mesh

    This paper aims to present an overview of the use of blended learning (BL) as a methodology for the language programs offered by the University of Siena Language Centre (CLA). First, the importance... More

  5. E-training for the CLIL teacher: e-tutoring and cooperation in a Moodle-based community of learning

    Maria De Santo & Anna De Meo

    The multicultural and plurilingual dimension of contemporary European society together with the growing interest in CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) educational approach determined... More

  6. “The fun they had” or about the quality of MOOC

    Patrizia Ghislandi

    The present paper regards a systematic review of the published literature about the quality of MOOC. It dwells upon some background questions: we have to evaluate MOOC in different ways from e... More

  7. Self-Efficacy: a booster for pedagogical innovation

    Francesca Oddone

    This study is framed within a research doctorate program, whose aim is to investigate: 1. Italian lower secondary teachers’ familiarity with ICT, active teaching and peer sharing; 2. teachers’... More

  8. Teaching Cultural Heritage using Mobile Augmented Reality

    Corrado Petrucco & Daniele Agostini, Italy

    The relationship between augmented reality, mobile learning, gamification and non-formal education methods provide a great potential. The AR-CIMUVE Augmented Reality for the Walled Cities of the... More

  9. Flipped Classroom: the point of view of the students

    Stefania Della Sciucca & Valentina Fochi

    The Flipped Classroom (FC) was tested in three parallel classes of a technical secondary school for two years. At the end of the project, an anonymous questionnaire was given to the students to... More

  10. Distributed TPACK What kind of teachers does it work for?

    Nicoletta Di Blas

    Technology at school can be either integrated as an everyday support to normal, curricular activities or as a trigger for special projects. Drawing on the distributed cognition theory, the... More

  11. Induction and professional development of teachers. Pilot experience of Newly Qualified Teachers 2014/2015

    Giuseppina Mangione, Maria Pettenati, Alessia Rosa, Patrizia Magnoler & Pier Rossi

    The initial training programmes for teacher induction to school activity, need to be integrated within a recursive, self-sustaining circularity, able to produce professional skills. The present... More

  12. Design and performance evaluation of a virtualized Moodle-based e-learning environment

    Mario Manzo

    In this paper, benefits and advantages arising from virtualization technologies, applied to the field of distance education, are discussed and highlighted. Moodle, the most widely used Learning... More