TEACHING, LEARNING AND USE OF TECHNOLOGIES. SOME REFLECTIONS ON THE OPINIONS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

Silvia Fioretti

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The paper analyses some connections between teaching practices related to technologies and learning strategies used by university students at the beginning of their studies. This analysis is particularly complex. Teachers seem to be looking for a mediation between the need to develop digital skills, to offer a meaning close to the student's experience, and, at the same time, the commitment to guaranteeing the educational relationship its richness and complexity. Students do not seem to encounter problems in learning associated with using some technologies, but not always the practical use of technology follows an actual digital competence. The considerations are based on data analysis of an exploratory research conducted in 2019, targeted at first-year students of the University of Urbino and repeated in 2022 after the pandemic events. The research investigated the relationships between learning, the use of technologies (use of digital tools, students' perceptions of the reliability, clarity and comprehensibility of the information found online) and the percepito of effectiveness related to the Flipped classroom strategy. The survey, repeated in 2022, was supplemented with some queries on the perception of the effectiveness of face-to-face, remote and blended teaching.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v6i4s.766

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