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Anicia 2016 Euro 26,00
S. Nirchi - S. Capogna
Tra educazione e società nell'era delle ICT. Luci e ombre del processo di innovazione digitale in ambito educativo
isbn13 : 9788867092727
The school as innovation driver
di Sonia Montegiove 2017-01-01
In this paper we’re trying to explain the first Italian experience of collaboration between Umbria Region and Regional Education Autority (USR) for the community of “animatori digitali” (teachers with particular role for the digital transformation of schools). A special network where the teachers could interact, collaborate, share best practices to improve digital services and digital transformation of the education system, schools and society.
Certification of skills and authentic tasks
di Anna Maria Pani 2017-01-01
After a quick analysis of the normative evolution of the skill's concept, the essay focuses on the introduction of compulsory certification of skills; then it analyses the development, first doctrinal and then legislative, of the authentic performance concept or  real life tasks; furthermore, it examines which should be the essential characteristics of them; in conclusion, it provides a brief indication of what could be a grid of observation skills.
ICT: new learning methods for health and safety at work
di Sara Stabile, Emma Pietrafesa, Rosina Bentivenga, Benedetta Persechino, Sergio Iavicoli 2017-01-01
The success factors of any policy on Occupational Health and Safety (OSH) depend on the effectiveness and efficiency of the communication channels and tools used to achieve all the stakeholders. Today even in OSH sector the new communication channels such as Internet, online applications and social networks can represent a wide range of tools which could making more appropriate communicative and information processes and training. On  the last July the New Protocol State Regions 2016, related to the duration and minimum content of the training courses for managers and staff of the Prevention and Protection Service (RSPP/ ASPP) in Italian OSH sector, has expanded the use of the teaching and learning methodology online, better defying technical, organizational and managerial requirements. The use of ICT is becoming more and more an important precondition for access to information and opportunities for personal, professional and business advance and progress. 
Like a bridge over troubled waters. About intercultural communication for multicultural-multiethnic societies.
di Pierfranco Malizia 2017-01-01
The paper come out from a series of thoughts tending to go along the path of some of the principal problems of the relationship with the Other (in particular, ”the Stranger-Other”), the kind of relationship that today, in a territory of globalized  societies and actually always more multiethnic – multicultural but that only relatively they recognize themselves and act as such, it can totally favour or invalidate the same possibility of multiculturalism. Communication, in particular interpersonal communication, cannot be anything else that a fundamental element for a real relationship with the Other; it is certainly a matter that cannot be exhaustible in an essay of limited dimensions as the one that follow. Starting from the assumption (probably shareable) that the intercultural communication problematic doesn't certainly reside in the “tongue” as such, but it resides in the “language/s”, in a more complete sense of the term, that come to meet/collide, or in the culture structural connotations (semiotic, symbolic, valuable, etc.), the reasoning is based on some basic logics of communicative acting, in its aspects (besides absolutely inter co-related and interdependent) of “transmission” and “relation”.

Education and training systems vs undeclared work and shadow economy, challenge accepted.
di Gabriella Gliozzi 2017-01-01
Deciding to work illegally today, regardless of whether it's the only choice or a personal choice, it means condemn oneself and become trapped in an enclosed scheme, which hinders progress and personal development. But the black economy has a strong impact on the lives of others: the community and the State in fact are suffering the effects of the shadow economy and undeclared work, which slow the development and economic growth. The shadow economy and the undeclared work touch the economic relations in production systems and the balance between demand and supply of labor. In this way there is a disadvantage both from the side of the workers, who are then forced to give up the rights, protections and income, and the companies, because they must face up a type of unfair competition that primes a series of chain reactions and producing social dumping and threatens the sustainability of national financial systems. Instead the development of culture of legality and knowledge and personal skills could save us from the abyss of the shadow economy. Indeed a well-trained and aware citizen of its own shares represents the true potential of a nation as well as the opportunity for himself to have a chance to join into the regular market.

Training and change. Experiences in Roman kindergartens
di Savina Cellamare 2017-01-01
The involvement of teachers in training is essential to produce an expansion of their professionalism and an improvement of the education service. Give suggestions, requests to change the existing instruments is a delicate operation, because it does not impact only on the cognitive dimension of being professional, but invests the motivational aspects of self-efficacy and supporting the quality of the work.
Juego tradicional vs. Videojuego
di 2017-01-01
Esta investigación se ha llevado a cabo a estudiantes de Educación Infantil del Colegio Sagrado Corazón de Bailén (Jaén, España), a sus progenitores y a una parte del docente de dicho centro. Ésta se centra en el juego y la evolución que ha sufrido a lo largo del tiempo, siendo a su vez una reflexión acerca de los videojuegos y la influencia que ha ejercido en las nuevas generaciones, y además estudiamos el papel que ocupan tanto el  juego tradicional como los videojuegos en la actualidad. Tras la investigación realizada, algunos resultados llamativos son que solo el 4,2% de los progenitores encuestados reflejan que sus hijos/as no juegan  nada al juego tradicional, frente al 38,9% no dedican nada de tiempo los menores al uso de los videojuegos. Una de las conclusiones a las que llegamos es que se podría fomentar el uso de los videojuegos de tipo educativo o serious games, en los estudiantes de la Etapa de Educación Infantil, ya que muchos progenitores entrevistados reconocen que sus hijos/as juegan a videojuegos destinados solo para el ocio.  Sugerimos como propuesta de mejora ampliar la investigación al alumnado de niveles escolares posteriores a la etapa de infantil, concretamente a Primaria y Secundaria.

Análisis de las opiniones del alumnado y del docente sobre la formación en los ciclos formativos de administración y finanzas
di Javier Rodríguez Moreno; Mª Jesús Martínez Labella; Eufrasio Pérez Navío y Mª Dolores Molina Jaén 2016-10-30
Hace unas décadas la Formación Profesional en España ha sido siempre contemplada como segunda opción en los estudios, por detrás del Bachillerato, para el alumnado que no quería seguir estudiando. Ahora es vista como una mejor opción alternando la teoría y la práctica en empresas. El artículo muestra las opiniones de 69 docentes y 293 estudiantes de Formación Profesional en España, en concreto, los ciclos formativos de Administración y Finanzas en centros educativos de secundaria de la provincia de Jaén (España).
Utilizando una metodología cuantitativa, basada en encuesta, con el profesorado y el alumnado de la muestra, se concluye que se debe fomentar la formación del profesorado, aunque el alumnado sí detecta que la formación de su profesorado es buena. Además, el alumnado otorga prioridad al aprendizaje instrumental.

Teaching history, educating to memory. June 2, 1946. The Republic of the italian women and men arises.
di Carlo Felice Casula 2016-10-30
70 years ago, on the 2nd of June 1946, the Italian Republic raised with an institutional referendum. Moreover, a constituent assembly was elected to write the Constitution of a new democratic and social State, not more mono-gender and mono-class. The Constitution was approved on the December 1947 and became law on the 1st of January 1948, after an intense but collaborative debate between the antifascists parties. Keeping in consideration the recent facts of the referendum of the 4th December 2016 on the constitutional reform, occurred in a climate of contrast, the author examines the extraordinary participation of the italian men and women, for the first time called to vote, after the epochal tragedy of the second world war. The author makes also an in-depth reconstruction of the modern and advanced contents of the Constitution, which establishes the co-presence and the interrelation among civil, politic and social rights. The figure of the historian avoids the stereotypes and the general interpretative categories, for the inescapable analysis of differences and contexts. However, in order to understand the present of the past, it should be useful to return to the foundative moment of our democratic institutions.

The woman in the family and at work in contemporary society
di Savina Cellamare e Francesca Giangregorio 2016-10-30
The social role of women is undoubtedly changed over time. These changes result in a new female identity and take on new psychosocial meanings, both for the women themselves and for their life contexts. The results of investigations conducted over the past ten years provide an interesting picture of this evolution and suggest reflections to achieve a social objective of great importance, what is gender equality, to which the European Community has devoted increasing attention.
Gender Differences, education system
di Silvia Fornari 2016-10-30
The Italian educational system since the seventies became a women's world, both for the massive presence of girls in all levels of schooling, both for a teaching staff composed mainly of women, so that in some scope men have become one real “rarity”. The feminine school and university education invites us to think about the consequences of the logic of gender culture. And it is in this perspective that we can highlight the inadequacy of the training of future teachers, who for different reasons continues to play both occupational segregation, given the absence of men in education, for both the maternal love rhetoric seconds where you become teachers and educators as a professional vocation. In this context it is clear that the school and not only continues to transfer, through the study of the humanities the idea of a world by men and women remains the task of dealing scope of care and of life from birth to death. A content taken and shared by all, men and women, who continue to perpetrate it without questioning it, as they are the same women communicate it, so now consider it a given indisputable, which is part of the “natural” way of thinking of the people.
Digital competences: important element of effective teaching
di Stefania Nirchi e Stefania Capogna 2016-10-30
This paper would to analyze the role of digital competences in educational sistem to identify  lights and shadows. continua...
Quality Management in education system
di Stefania Nirchi 2016-10-30
In this paper we are trying to find an answer to the following questions: why the topic of quality was introduced with increasing force in the education system? Which are the reasons that allowed the transition of the quality concept from the economics and social organization language to pedagogic language? Which are the problems that the quality application shows?
di 2016-10-30
Virtual lab for Knowledge Building on Evaluation
di Morena Sabella -Giorgio Asquini 2016-07-30
The assurance of quality of teaching and teacher training are complex issues and strategic objectives that the European Union supports. This focus reflects the need to ensure appropriate initial and in progress professional development education, although the training model is a major diversity of educational policies between countries. So there is a need to propose a framework of knowledges and skills shared between national policies. Therefore, in accordance with European guidelines, the Italian Ministry of Education (MIUR) has described the objectives of the initial teacher education and it has enabled the courses of Tirocinio Formativo Attivo (TFA).
This paper analyzes the complex issue of the initial teacher education, enrolled in the second cycle of pedagogical courses TFA in 2014-15 (Sapienza, University of Rome), with special attention to the use of digital tools such as support for construction of an evaluation knowledge. The goal is to deepen evaluation problems reported by TFA students with different tertiary education, to adapt the initial teacher training to the needs of the individual, using a traditional training approach (classroom lessons) and activities of online platforms (PRO.VA and Moodle). So the data of participation in virtual laboratory for the construction of tests and discussion on the issues of the evaluation are presented and discussed.

Identity, interculture and survival. Rereading Charles Taylor’s socio historical paths of continuity and break with tradition, in light of Europe’s dark night
di Rita Minello 2016-07-30
Charles Taylor’s intercultural theories, characterized by socio historical paths of continuity and break with tradition, by acknowledgement of identity and interculture, as well as by needs of differentiation, survival of identity meaning and cultural transposition, have largely inspired the educational model of intercultural inclusion of Canada. In a historical moment marked by the extremist dynamics of “terror against terror”, which must be  followed by efficient educational actions, it is useful to come to terms with Taylor’s theories, which determine a partial correction to the pathways of the most spread educational models of intercultural integration and pedagogy, especially with regard to the topics of identity and value restructuring, both individual and collective, in response to the emergent disaggregating forces of contemporary civilization.
Encounter and Dialogical Learning. A Relational Pedagogy Path
di Rosati Agnese 2016-07-30
People build themselves in their life, in relationships, in inputs and in requests they get.
Everyone’s life is marked by encounters, stories and experiences shared through emotions and languages, signs and phenomena that require sensitivity and communicative and relational skills to be got. These skills are the basis of dialogic intelligence (Rossi, 2005, 2015; Gómez, Alonso 2014) that enables people to read words, feelings and non-verbal languages.  
Narration, dialogue spaces, listening exercises and reflexive silence build the different phases  of an active critical methodology through that people explore personal worlds (inner and others’ worlds) and collective landscapes. Actions and thoughts make sense in these contexts of life, otherness paths (a topic debated by relational pedagogy), that engage the single person and the whole community, are taking shape to involve the School and the civil society.  

The Early school leavers. What is that, you can take action
di Savina Cellamare 2016-07-30
High levels of school dropouts that occur in different countries focus on the pressing need to implement educational and training programs that helps to reach the reducing dropout rate goal, within the limit set by the European Commission's plans for 2020.
The self-evaluation of school and input variables: a students focus
di Stefania Nirchi 2016-04-30
This article intends to analyze the self-evaluation of school taking into account the input variables of students. continua...
Schools innovation and leadership
di Roberto Melchiori e Francesco Maria Melchiori 2016-04-30
A profound change is needed in Education as response to demands set by 21st century competences. Due to these modifications, new opportunities arise for remodeling pedagogy too, for instance providing new ways of considering learning, i. e. the acquisition of new kinds of literacy, namely cross-cultural, ecological and IT literacy. At a theoretical level, these demands require a shift from focusing on engagement in school to engagement in learning.
Therefore, this paper describes the core design principles that underlies the school innovation and we outlines the two things that we recommend are measured when assessing school effects and supporting their improvement: leadership practices and student outcomes. School principals are responsible for their own institute, but no assessment framework or evaluation system can measure all the actions actually realized. An innovative idea about schooling must consider that school evaluation has to be measured through: (1) the actions taken by principals in order to achieve higher success rate in their school and (2) the degree to which a school has effect on outcome improvements of the students. Consequently, it is possible to denote these two aspects as “educational practice” and “learning outcomes”. These categories encompass the actions of principals and the most important results of school tasks.

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Direttore Responsabile:
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Ospite Scientifico :
Prof. Eufrasio Pérez Navio - Universidad de Jaen - Spagna
Prof. A. Cocozza, Univ. Roma Tre
Prof. Carlo Felice Casula - Univ. Roma Tre
Prof.ssa S. Cellamare - INVALSI
Prof.ssa Rita Minello - Univ. Niccolò Cusano
Prof.ssa Agnese Rosati - Univ. di Perugia
Prof.ssa Angela Piu - Università della Valle d'Aosta
Prof. A. Cocozza Univ. Roma Tre
Prof.ssa Stefania Capogna - Univ. Roma Tre
Prof.ssa S. Cellamare - INVALSI
Prof. Andrea Gentile- Univ Marconi
Prof. Mario Pireddu - Univ. Roma Tre
Prof. R. Melchiori - Università Telematica “Niccolò Cusano”
Prof. Fernando Lezcano Barbero- Universidad de Burgos - España
Prof. Agustin Escolano Benito-Universidad de Vallladolid,España
Prof. C. Piu, Università della Calabria
Giancarlo Cerini
Benedetta Cosmi
Prof.ssa A.L. Fazzari Univ. “Tor Vergata” Roma.
Prof.ssa T. Serra - Univ. La Sapienza di Roma
Prof.ssa A. Poggiani Univ. La Sapienza di Roma
Prof. G. Domenici - Univ. Roma Tre
Prof.ssa M. L. Boninelli - Univ.di Venezia
Prof. F. Bocci - Univ. Roma Tre
Prof. D. Falcone - Università di Cassino

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