Conflitti generati dall’e-learning: umanesimo e approccio comprendente

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Conflicts generated by e-learning: humanism and an inclusive approach

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Abstract

E-learnig diffusion has introduced relevant consequences on values practices and actors in training and education that can be analyzed from a sociological perspective. The meaning of learning chances its meaning according to different contexts (schools universities professional training courses public administration private companies medical sector etc) which are characterized by the use of new technologies. Thus ways of access and of building knowledge are changing as well. The traditional functions carried out by the socialization process (integration increasing productivity social control) are redefined in an innovative perspective through the challenge of tradition of modern efficiency of old hierarchies imposed by linear and vertical way of knowledge transmission. The volume explores through theoretical essays firstly the process of innovation and reorganization started by the introduction of e-learning system and secondarily the hypothesis that didactic technology – chosen to increase competitiveness of knowledge as a good – can bring to learning people a more active comprehension of the world re-conquering knowledge as a common good.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Conflicts generated by e-learning: humanism and an inclusive approach
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationE-learning e cambiamenti sociali. Dal competere al comprendere
EditorsMADDALENA COLOMBO
Pages147-171
Number of pages25
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Keywords

  • DIDATTICA A DISTANZA
  • DISTANCE LEARNING
  • HUMAN SCIENCES
  • INNOVATION
  • INNOVAZIONE
  • INTERAZIONE INSEGNANTE-STUDENTE
  • SAPERI SCIENTIFICI
  • SAPERI UMANISTICI
  • SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE
  • SOCIOLOGIA DELLA SCUOLA
  • SOCIOLOGY OF SCHOOL
  • TEACHER-STUDENT RELATION

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