Decoding the Disciplines. In European Institutions of Higher Education: Intercultural and Interdisciplinary. Approach to Teaching and Learning
Autori e curatori
Contributi
Patrizia Bruno, Sante Centurioni, Giovanni Cogliandro, Asta Danileviciutè, Ineke De Coninck, Kristof De Craene, Paola Falcioni, Luisa Ester Felicetti, Mary Greene, Kristina Juraitè, Vaida Jurgilè, Martina Marsano, Peter C. McKeown, Amelia Mori, Diana Agnese Pallotta, Stefania Petrera, Nadia Petrucci, Milena Pomponi, Paola Supino, Giefrè Tamoliunè, Fabiana Tiberi, Hugo Verkest, Matteo Villanova
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pp. 126,      1a edizione  2019   (Codice editore 10292.6)

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In breve
The Decoding the Disciplines methodology was created by academics at Indiana University (IU), aiming to implement teachers’ metacognitive processes and encourage them to reflect on their practices, uncover their knowledge construction and promote learners’ understanding of the disciplines. This Scholarly E-Journal presents diverse experiences, critical thinking and results of the Decoding the Disciplines application and it provides an opportunity to approach major issues through the lens of diverse academic disciplines in the areas of Education Sciences, Humanities, Multicultural and Interdisciplinary Studies, Natural Sciences.
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The Decoding the Disciplines methodology was created by academics at Indiana University (IU), Bloomington, USA, aiming to implement teachers' metacognitive processes and encourage them to reflect on their practices, uncover their knowledge construction and promote learners' understanding of the disciplines. From 2016 to 2019, within the framework of Erasmus+ Programme KA201 the partner Institutions VIVES University of Applied Sciences, Kortrijk, Belgium; National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland; Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Roma, Italy; The Ethnic Kitchen (NGO), Vilnius, Lithuania; Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania led the Project Decoding the Disciplines in European Institutions of Higher Education: Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching and Learning.
This Scholarly E-Journal presents diverse experiences, critical thinking and results of the Decoding the Disciplines application and it will serve as a great resource for higher education institutions and individuals. It provides an opportunity to approach major issues through the lens of diverse academic disciplines in the areas of Education Sciences, Humanities, Multicultural and Interdisciplinary Studies, Natural Sciences. Further documents on the application of the methodology are also available on the Open Educational Resources (OER) website http://www.decoding.education/.
The Editorial Team invites colleagues to re-engage in discussions on empirical research, praxis and theoretical considerations in a world characterized by multiple realities of intercultural and interdisciplinary knowledge. In this context challenges and difficult decisions are fundamental to improving our teaching and learning profession in Higher Education.

Sandra Chistolini, Ph.D., is a full professor in General and Social Pedagogy, Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Department of Education, Italy. Her research interests include comparative studies on professional identity of teachers in Eastern and Western pedagogy, intercultural and citizenship education, theory and practice of values in school, human rights and methods of education. Relevant publication amongst others: Chistolini, S. (2018). Decoding the Disciplines in higher education institutions. In J. Domenech, P. Merello, E. de la Poza, D. dos Blazquez (Eds.), Congress UPV 4th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd'18) (1019-1027). València: Editorial Universitat Politècnica de València.

Indice
Indice
Editorial introduction
Part I. Education sciences
Communication studies
Kristina Juraite, Lithuania, Teaching and learning the language of Visual Media
Didactics and teaching strategies
Vaida Jurgile, Lithuania, Reflection for helping students learn disciplinary paths of analytical thinking
Martina Marsano,
Italy , Decoding the Disciplines: supporting the university study experience through a game-based model
Giedre Tamoliune, Lithuania, Uncovering tacit knowledge of writing a thesis statement
Hugo Verkest,
Belgium, Decoding the Disciplines. Also for children?
Epistemology
Sandra Chistolini, Italy, Decoding the Disciplines in Pedagogy and further development of the methodology
Political and Social Sciences
Patrizia Bruno and Nadia Petrucci, Italy, Decoding Disciplines. Applying the methodology to high school
Sandra Chistolini, Italy, Hugo Verkest, Belgium, Decoding the Disciplines in higher education institutions and democratization of knowledge to contrast the gap between cultures
Milena Pomponi, Italy, Developing inclusive policies in the education system.
The possible contribution of Decoding the Disciplines
Part II. Humanities
History
Luisa Ester Felicetti, Italy, Decoding the Disciplines: theories and praxis
Human Geography
Paola Falcioni, Italy, Grasping the life-significance of the disciplines.
Some notes about secondary school and university courses
Mary Greene,
Ireland, Enhancing critical evaluation and appraisal skills
Philology
Diana Agnese Pallotta, Italy, Decoding in the English language classroom
Philosophy
When do you realize you're not learning something?
Giovanni Cogliandro, Italy, Decoding and Philosophy of Education
Part III. Multiculturality and interdisciplinarity
Faces of the diversity
Kristof De Craene, Belgium, Decoding the Disciplines diversity, bias and emotions
Interdisciplinarity and research in higher education
Peter C. McKeown, Ireland, Bottlenecks in research training: case-study of an interdisciplinary taught postgraduate course
Learning process and assessment
Amelia Mori, Italy, Decoding the Disciplines, the meeting point between learning and learners
Stefania Petrera,
Italy, Decoding the Disciplines and promoting life skills
Fabiana Tiberi , Italy, Decoding the Disciplines: the voice of the students
Part IV. Natural sciences
Environmental studies
Asta Danileviciute, Lithuania, Decoding of the Disciplines in Human ecology lectures
Ineke De Coninck, Belgium, Discovering nature
Mathematics
Paola Supino, Italy, Teaching Maths through Decoding
Neuropsychiatry
Matteo Villanova, Italy, Decoding to explore the childhood mind
Physics
Sante Centurioni, Italy, Decoding and coding in Physics
Ineke De Coninck, Belgium, How to see the world through Physics eyes
Biographical presentations of the Authors