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Network Technology and Homebound Inclusive Education

È disponibile per l'acquisto il volume "Network Technology and Homebound Inclusive Education", a cura di Guglielmo Trentin e Vincenza Benigno, ricercatori presso l'Istituto per le Tecnologie Didattiche.

Dettagli del volume
Serie:Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World Binding
Numero di pagine: 245
ISBN: 978-1-62808-537-2
Publisher: Nova Publisher

Chapter 1. Utilizing Technology to Enhance the Educational and Social Experiences Designed for Homebound and In-Home Learners
(Kathleen Covey, Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA, USA)pp.1-14

Chapter 2. Technology Assisted Homebound Instruction: A Conceptual Framework
(Jon Scott and Sherrie Pardieck, Normal Community High School, Normal, IL, USA, and others)pp.15-40

Chapter 3. Sociotechnical Implications of Promoting Social Connected Well-being through Technology in Healthcare Environments
(Paula Hicks and Veronica Lambert, Centre for Health Informatics, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, and others)pp.41-68

Chapter 4. Homebound School Education: an Italian Survey on ICT Use
(Manuela Repetto, Institute for Educational Technology, National Research Council, Genoa, Italy)pp.69-84

Chapter 5. Hospital and Home School Education: A Potential Crucible for “2.0 Teachers”
(Guglielmo Trentin, Institute for Educational Technology, National Research Council, Genoa, Italy)pp.85-98

Chapter 6. Again at my School by Fostering Communication through Interactive Technologies for Long Term Sick Children: The ASCIT Project
(Fabian Di Fiore, Wim Lamotte, Frank Van Reeth and Els Janssens, Hasselt University, Expertise Centre for Digital Media - IBBT, Belgium, and others)pp.99-122

Chapter 7. The WISE Project and the Support for Social/Educational Inclusion
(Guglielmo Trentin, Vincenza Benigno and Manuela Repetto, Institute for Educational Technology, National Research Council, Genoa, Italy)pp.123-140

Chapter 8. E-Learning and E-Inclusion for Hospitalized Children
(Carina Soledad González-González, Pedro Toledo-Delgado, Margarita Rodríguez-Rodríguez, Silvia Alayón-Miranda and Vanesa Muñoz-Cruz, Universidad de La Laguna, Spain)pp.141-162

Chapter 9. Including Hospitalized Students in Education with Network Technology: An Australian Example
(Anthony Jones, Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, Australia)pp.163-178

Chapter 10. Connecting Homebound Students to their Classrooms Using Skype Technology
(Pavel Samsonov and Steve Harris, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, LA, USA, and others)pp.179-188

Chapter 11. An Action Research Approach for Inclusive Homebound School Education Using ICT: Two Case Studies
(Vincenza Benigno, Institute for Educational Technology, National Research Council, Genoa, Italy)pp.189-210

Biographies pp.211-218