Didattica digitale in Università: luci, ombre, prospettive

Viviana Vinci

Abstract


La presente indagine mira ad esaminare la percezione degli studenti sull'apprendimento online, durante il periodo della pandemia COVID-19, presso l'Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria (Italia). Sono stati coinvolti due target group: 80 studenti frequentati corsi di specializzazione per l’insegnamento specializzato e 273 studenti frequentati il Corso di Laurea in Scienze della Formazione Primaria. I risultati dimostrano che gli studenti hanno percepito in modo favorevole l'apprendimento online durante l'emergenza COVID-19. L’indagine suggerisce che gli studenti dovrebbero essere più coinvolti nelle azioni di Faculty Development e che è necessario formare gli insegnanti alla promozione di un apprendimento "flessibile" utilizzando diverse forme di tecnologie per l'apprendimento online. In conclusione, occorre formare i docenti universitari a sviluppare un nuovo tipo di conoscenza e capacità per ripensare le forme della mediazione nell'apprendimento a distanza e trasformare i contenuti disciplinari in contenuti disciplinari digitalizzati.


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Apprendimento a distanza, istruzione superiore, voce degli studenti, apprendimento flessibile, COVID-19; Distance learning, Higher Education, Student Voice, Flexible Learning, COVID-19

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v4i4_si.301

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