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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
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Competences for 21st Century Schools
di Anna Maria Pani , pubblicato il 2017-04-15
What means ‘key competences’ and why developing them is so important in today's society? This paper focuses on three aspects of 21st century school: the importance of competences in information society, the definition in international frameworks for key competences and new approaches in teaching and learning.
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Lifelong learning inside Lerning Organization
di Roberto Orazi , pubblicato il 2017-04-15
Every organization shall check an activity list in order to make profit; each activity is itself depending on a series of bonds (technology, assets, human resources, infrastructures...).  In-business Learning is an essential bond: without it business process could even decade till complete breakout. An organization must be intended as a group of people interacting between them, sharing a common action. The realization of the same goal can be achieved only if the group shares a common background of skills and knowledges, and can successfully exchange info: this is the truly base of learning organization theory.

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The challenge of the Third Mission of Italian Universities: A new path for inclusive growth and the development of the person
di Chiara Cilona , pubblicato il 2017-04-15
Italian Universities, under some social, cultural and economic pressures, have been called to change the institutional action adding to the two traditional missions, on the one hand the Didactics for a qualified training and on the other the Research, a new objective (called "Third Mission") aimed at continuous interaction with the social environment, school institutions and the business world to create the basis for a common project of development. The aim of the paper is to analyze the change of Italian university system through the evolution of the two traditional functions and illustrate a new path within which the University should promote the growth of the person through the acquisition of competence and awareness, and also the constructive dialogue between historically distinct systems: education, research and innovation.

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Schools and territory between network and community
di Stefania Capogna , pubblicato il 2017-04-15
Educational agencies are going through a difficult transition period that is having important consequences in terms of de-legitimation of the social mandate historically assigned to school. The reason of this widespread uneasiness is due to the fact that today we are living in a complex system where traditional school cannot live in an isolation anymore. The following contribution arises within this problematic framework with the aim of outlining the most important changing patterns that have been affecting education agencies in the last fifteen years, paying attention to the new institutional and legislative Italian framework that redefined the whole educational structure in coherence to supranational agreements such as the Bologna Process (EHEA,1999).  The objective of this essay is to contribute to the development of a new vision of the education system. Starting from the challenges of a global and complex society, we are going to reflect on the value of networking as an instrument to cultivate the responsible participation of the educating community and the necessity to adequate internal competences and coordinating mechanisms.

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Certification of skills and authentic tasks
di Anna Maria Pani , pubblicato il 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.
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ICT: new learning methods for health and safety at work
di Sara Stabile, Emma Pietrafesa, Rosina Bentivenga, Benedetta Persechino, Sergio Iavicoli , pubblicato il 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. 
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Like a bridge over troubled waters. About intercultural communication for multicultural-multiethnic societies.
di Pierfranco Malizia , pubblicato il 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”.

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Education and training systems vs undeclared work and shadow economy, challenge accepted.
di Gabriella Gliozzi , pubblicato il 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.

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Teaching history, educating to memory. June 2, 1946. The Republic of the italian women and men arises.
di Carlo Felice Casula , pubblicato il 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.

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Gender Differences, education system
di Silvia Fornari , pubblicato il 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.
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