Davide Di Palma


The university system is called to implement a didactic action that aims to train students in a totalitarian way. In this sense, two factors of fundamental importance in the formation of young people are self-efficacy and self-esteem. In order to stimulate these two skills, it is believed that an innovative didactic approach can be qualitatively superior and obtain better educational and pedagogical results than the traditional didactic approach, still often used in universities. Starting from this hypothesis, the impact on students of the adoption of the "Flipped Classroom" technique in the didactic delivery of a university course was analyzed.


Innovative Didactics, Flipped Classroom; Self-efficacy; Self-esteem, University System

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