Narrazioni AudioVisive. Ambienti per progettare Episodi di Apprendimento Situato.

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Audiovisual narrations. Environments for designing Learning Episodes Located.

Nicola Scognamiglio

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] With AudioVisive Narrations, Nicola Scognamiglio suggests a new way of thinking about school, teaching and the increasingly delicate relationship between teacher and students. Digital Technologies - Network, mobile devices, georeferencing systems, remote learning environments and more - mark significantly his proposal, but they remain only tools to allow students to undertake sound and visual surveys of the territory using a technique of structured research on a "crossover", on a non-linear and multi-perspective crossing of a given territory. A real, living territory, where every place will be traversed, sifted, repeatedly crossed again, far and wide, to identify the different aspects, to read the different perspectives resorting to that research process, so dear to Wittgenstein, also called criss -cross landscape. In AudioVisive Narrations, listening and gaze give new possibilities of expression through a Word - spoken, written and multimedia - that the Author hopes will be fresher and more lively. All designed and "designed" by the new figure of the design teacher and created thanks to the Learning Learning Episodes.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Audiovisual narrations. Environments for designing Learning Episodes Located.
Original languageItalian
PublisherLa Scuola, Brescia
Number of pages134
Volume2017
ISBN (Print)978-88-265-0027-0
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Publication series

NameORSO BLU

Keywords

  • Didattica
  • Enattivismo
  • Episodes of Situated learning
  • Episodi di Apprendimento Situato
  • Pedagogia
  • enactivism

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