Engaging in the Classroom: Learning and Teaching through Digital Stories†
AbstractThis article considers the results of a survey that the University of Naples Federico II conducted with a group of teachers attending the PAS—Percorsi di abilitazione speciale (training programmes for the achievement of the professional teaching qualification) (The PAS, as provided by DDG n. 58 of 25 July 2013, published in the Official Gazette of 30 July, instituted by Afam Athenaeums and Institutions yearly, are training programmes for obtaining qualification as a teacher for pre-primary, primary and secondary schools in Italy)—through the experimental use of Digital Storytelling. The methodology used for the workshop, adopted within the course of Pedagogy of Learning Processes, involved a group of nearly 80 teachers of different subjects, so that perceptions and reflections could be explored in relation to possible disciplinary applications of the digital narration method.
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Marone, F. Engaging in the Classroom: Learning and Teaching through Digital Stories. Proceedings 2017, 1, 971.
Marone F. Engaging in the Classroom: Learning and Teaching through Digital Stories. Proceedings. 2017; 1(9):971.Chicago/Turabian Style
Marone, Francesca. 2017. "Engaging in the Classroom: Learning and Teaching through Digital Stories." Proceedings 1, no. 9: 971.
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