Attiv@mente.comunicando. Attività multimediali per il potenziamento e la valutazione delle competenze cognitive e comunicative

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Attiv@mente.comunicando. Multimedia activities for the enhancement and evaluation of cognitive and communicative skills

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The mind is inter-active and relational and learns by communicating. Cognitive skills and forms of knowledge are linked to the languages and communication skills necessary to express and formulate them. On the basis of this innovative approach, a method is offered for observing, enhancing and evaluating skills in an agile and fun way in view of the individual portfolio. The tool presents more than 50 multimedia-activities that allow to outline the subject's profile for cognitive skills: logical-categorial, procedural, narrative, communicative skills: communicating with words, with images, with the media. It provides paths of different levels of complexity and is a valid tool for the maternal-elementary and first-second cycle school connection. Born from the collaboration between experts of the Faculty of Psychology of the Catholic University and professors of the Polytechnic School of Design of Milan to offer an innovative and quality product both in content and in creativity and accuracy of image creation. The tool includes: 1. The inter-active mind: Languages and Competences
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Attiv@mente.comunicando. Multimedia activities for the enhancement and evaluation of cognitive and communicative skills
Original languageItalian
PublisherOmega Edizioni
Number of pages210
ISBN (Print)8872414539
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Keywords

  • COMPETENZA COGNITIVA
  • COMPETENZA COMUNICATIVA

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