Flussi di conoscenza e spazi ibridi di apprendimento

Author/s Guglielmo Trentin
Publishing Year 2015 Issue 2014/1 Language Italian
Pages 25 P. 5-29 File size 270 KB
DOI 10.3280/ERP2014-001001
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When proposing group activities to students with a view to fostering collaborative learning in a hybrid learning space, we often find ourselves speculating on the relative amounts of information and knowledge which flow in the interaction, both among the group members and with the external information and knowledge sources. And furthermore, what phases of the collaborative process are at a higher index of knowledge flow and which ones are at a higher index of information flow? The experiment described below has tried to answer these questions and it has involved 66 university students.

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Guglielmo Trentin, Flussi di conoscenza e spazi ibridi di apprendimento in "EDUCATIONAL REFLECTIVE PRACTICES" 1/2014, pp 5-29, DOI: 10.3280/ERP2014-001001