Smart future.

Teaching, Digital Media and Inclusion

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Alessandra Carenzio, Manuele De Mattia, Floriana Falcinelli, Simona Ferrari, Chiara Laici, Pierpaolo Limone, Chiara Merigo, Elena Mosa, Rosaria Pace
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Testi per insegnanti, operatori sociali e sanitari
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pp. 194,      1a edizione  2015   (Codice editore 1096.1.3)
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Smart future. Teaching, Digital Media and Inclusion
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In breve

This book deals simultaneously with three issues: educational technology in the school, the relationship between education, research and companies and the professional development of teachers. In respect of these three themes this volume may be considered as a research report, a case study and a working hypothesis.

Presentazione del volume

The term "digital school" is very much present in current public rhetoric. It continually crops up in discourses on education, it points the way to innovation, it promises to resolve all major educational problems.
The goal of this book is to encourage reflection on this construct - neglecting its misuse - through a case study that articulates the conceptual frameworks of teaching theory based on research in the field. In this way the trialing of the Samsung Smart Future project has permitted the development of a virtuous model of collaboration between companies, universities and schools. This has involved school teachers in a process of innovative professional development and also demonstrated the effectiveness of Episodes of Situated learning (EAS) teaching.
The result is a research report, a proposal to policy-makers and at the same time an accessible manual for teachers who wish to use digital media in their daily work.

Pier Cesare Rivoltella is Professor of Education and Education Technology at the Università Cattolica in Milan, where he founded and currently directs CREMIT (Centro di Ricerca sull'Educazione ai Media, all'Informazione e alla Tecnologia). He is editor of the periodicals, REM - Research on Education and Media and SIM - Scuola Italiana Moderna.

Indice

Index:
Pier Cesare Rivoltella, Introduction
Floriana Falcinelli, Pierpaolo Limone, The "Digital School": Where Are We Now?
(The Digital Turning Point: Technologies, Expertise and Citizenship; The Commitment of the Ministry of Education to Technological Innovation in the School; Towards an Education Directed and Incorporating New Technologies; Innovation Plans; The Future of the "Digital School")
Pier Cesare Rivoltella, School, Companies and Education Policies - The Case of Samsung
(The Reasons for Mistrust; The Challenges of Today; Towards a New Alliance; The SMART FUTURE Case)
Manuele De Mattia, Chiara Merigo, The SMART FUTURE Project. Numbers, Development and Communication
(Corporate Social Responsibility: The Actions of Samsung; The School and Technologies: The Situation of the country and the SMART FUTURE Project; Think to Act: The Role of the Advisory Board and the Initiation of the Pilot Project; SMART FUTURE Communication)
Pier Cesare Rivoltella, The Observatory on Media and Digital Content in Schools
(The Media and Research: A Long-standing Relationship; Research on Schools and Technology: The Nature and Functions of Monitoring; The Genesis of a Model: A "Research History"; The Observatory on Media and Digital Content in the School)
Floriana Falcinelli, Pierpaolo Limone, Pier Cesare Rivoltella, Research: Systems, Methodology and Tools
(The Research Motor: Between Monitoring and Reflective Analysis of Teachers' Practices; Methodology and Phases; The Tools: Functions and Uses)
Simona Ferrari, Elena Mosa, Technology in the Classroom: From Implementation to Training
(When Technology Inhabits the Classroom; Innovation and Communication at School; The Pre-installation Phase; The Installation; ICT and Teaching Practices; Technical Training)
Alessandra Carenzio, Rosaria Pace, Representations and expectations
(Representations of the Technology: Teachers and Lecturers; Representations of the Technology: The Point of View of Parents; Representations of the Technology: The Point of View of the Students; The Samsung Suite and Expectations of Change; Final Remarks)
Simona Ferrari, Chiara Laici, Ethnography of the Educational Work
(Smart Classroom setting; Classroom Activities; Roles; Technology)
Pierpaolo Limone, Rosaria Pace, Pier Cesare Rivoltella, The Community of Teachers. From the Clinic to the Web
(IThe Construct of "Communities of Practice" and the "Training" of Teachers; The Clinic - Definition, Methods and Case Studies; The SMART FUTURE Community)
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