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Italian Journal of Educational Technology

Jun 06, 2018 Volume 26, Number 1

Editors

Donatella Persico; Stefania Manca; Francesca Pozzi

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge in the literature: how TPCK is defined and implemented in initial teacher education

    Marina De Rossi & Ottavia Trevisan

    In recent decades, there has been increasing research interest in teachers’ competencesregarding the growing role of technologies in educational practices. These competences are grounded on a clear... More

    Languages: English, Italiano/Italian

    pp. 7-23

  2. Il modello TPACK nella formazione delle competenze digitali dei docenti. Normative ministeriali e implicazioni pedagogiche

    Nicoletta Di Blas, Manuela Fabbri & Luca Ferrari

    A partire dalla definizione concettuale del modello TPACK (Technology, Pedagogy and Content Knowledge, in italiano “Conoscenza della tecnologia, della pedagogia e del contenuto\u201d), un modello... More

    pp. 24-38

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  3. Developing TPACK of university faculty through technology leadership roles

    Kamini Jaipal-Jamani, Candace Figg, Diane Collier, Tiffany Gallagher, Kari-Lynn Winters & Katia Ciampa

    This paper reports on a study that explored how faculty who take on technology leadership roles developed TPACK knowledge and built capacity for technology-enhanced teaching. The study was the... More

    Languages: English, Italiano/Italian

    pp. 39-55

  4. Instructional planning and new technologies in teacher education: the initial phase of a research project

    Laura Messina, Marina De Rossi, Sara Tabone & Pietro Tonegato

    The purpose of this work is to present the initial phase of a research project focused on the integration of technologies in the education of kindergarten and primary school student teachers... More

    Languages: English, Italiano/Italian

    pp. 56-70

  5. A methodological framework for investigating TPACK integration in educational activities using ICT by prospective early childhood teachers

    Aggeliki Tzavara, Vassilis Komis & Thierry Karsenti

    This paper proposes a methodological framework for the study of how the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) model is integrated into educational activity design and implementation. ... More

    Languages: English, Italiano/Italian

    pp. 71-89

  6. A dynamic model for distance learning: evaluation of an online course for hospital teachers’ professional development

    Vincenza Benigno, Chiara Fante, Ottavia Epifania, Giovanni Caruso & Fabrizio Ravicchio

    Nell’ambito della Scuola in Ospedale la formazione dei docenti gioca un ruolo cruciale per affrontare la complessità di questo particolare contesto formativo. Partendo dai risultati di un’indagine ... More

    Languages: English, Italiano/Italian

    pp. 90-103

  7. Digital resources for faculty development in e-learning: a self-paced approach for professional learning

    Maria Ranieri, Juliana Raffaghelli & Francesca Pezzati

    Since a growing number of universities have adopted e-learning or blended solutions, faculty development is increasingly seen as a crucial strategy to prepare faculty members for innovative... More

    Languages: English, Italiano/Italian

    pp. 104-118

  8. A module on Learning Technologies for teachers in Higher Education

    Sharon Flynn

    Questo articolo descrive un modulo da 10 crediti sulle tecnologie per l\u2019apprendimento basato sul Sistema Europeo di Trasferimento e Accumulo dei Crediti (ECTS). Il modulo fa parte di un... More

    pp. 119-129

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