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17/12/2013
Using Network and Mobile Technology to Bridge Formal and Informal Learning

Il libro Using Network and Mobile Technology to Bridge Formal and Informal Learning, a cura di Guglielmo Trentin e Manuela Repetto, introduce nuovi metodi (ispirati dalla 'pedagogia 2.0') per sfruttare il potenziale delle tecnologie di comunicazione per l'insegnamento e l'apprendimento. Questo libro esamina come gli atteggiamenti nei confronti della rete e della tecnologia mobile (NMT) acquisiti al di fuori della scuola possano essere trasformati in nuovi paradigmi educativi che combinino processi formali e informali di apprendimento. Si inizia con una panoramica di questi paradigmi e della loro sostenibilità. Quindi si considera la dimensione pedagogica di integrazione formale/informale attraverso l'NMT, passando per lo sviluppo professionale degli insegnanti. Inoltre viene dettagliato lo sviluppo organizzativo delle scuole nel contesto dell'educazione formale ed informale. Infine, il libro tratta del ruolo delle tecnologie a supporto dei processi di integrazione fra formale e informale nell'educazione orientata alle discipline. - Altre informazioni sono disponibili al seguente link (inglese)


Contents

Tapping the motivational potential of mobile handhelds: defining the research agenda
Cathy Tran, Mark Warschauer and AnneMarie M. Conley
- Introduction
- Educational technology and motivation: past, present and future
- Proposed research strands for motivation and mobile handheld technology
- Methodological considerations for research in mobile learning and motivation
- Conclusion
- Acknowledgments
- References

Using social network sites and mobile technology to scaffold equity of access to cultural resources
John Cook, Norbert Pachler and Ben Bachmair
- Introduction
- Resources for learning: self-representation and writing in a school context
- Key concepts
- Using NMT for bridging social capital
- Conclusions
- Notes
- Bibliography

A mobile Web 2.0 framework: reconceptualising teaching and learning
Thomas Cochrane and Roger Bateman
- Introduction
- Background
- Mobile Web 2.0 design framework: some examples of use
- Mobile Web 2.0 framework: key aspects
- Discussion
- Conclusion
- Bibliography

Facing up to it: blending formal and informal learning opportunities in higher education contexts
Julie Willems and Debra Bateman
- Introduction
- The blurring of formal and informal learning
- A new model for the knowledge economy
- Methodology
- Discussion
- Conclusion
- Bibliography

Networked lives for learning: digital media and young people across formal and informal contexts
Solveig Roth and Ola Erstad
- Introduction
- Networked lives
- Learning lives
- Methodology and research context
- Three portraits
- Interpretation of the portraits
- Conclusion
- Note
- Bibliography

Network and mobile technologies in education: a call for e-teachers
Guglielmo Trentin
- Introduction
- The key issues
- From teacher to e-teacher
- E-teacher education and professional development
- Some conclusive reflections on e-teacher status
- Note
- Bibliography

Networked informal learning and continuing teacher education
Manuela Repetto
- Introduction
- The Aladin project: general approach and activities
- The Aladin project: results and attestations
- Conclusion
- Note
- Bibliography

A conclusive thought: the opportunity to change education is, literally, at hand
Cathlee A. Norris and Elliot Soloway
- Introduction
- Technology = opportunity
- The Age of Mobilism = opportunity for K-12 to finally change
- Scaffolding the ‘demanded thinking’
- Barriers to change
- Stay tuned!
- Acknowledgment
- Notes
- Bibliography