Knowledge building processes are involved in epochal changes that affect society. It was deemed necessary to start a study on the effects of these changes and processes on training practices and their models, also considering the consequences, not always explicit, that both of them have towards behaviors and values. The work also starts from the consideration, which many researches have highlighted, of how communication technologies and society are factors of great influence on learning-teaching processes. The learning-teaching processes are often integrated by blended methodologies and technologies certainly increase the factors of connection and interaction between the actors of the formal, non-formal and informal training processes. A balanced and preparatory analysis of effective practices is based on knowledge of learning processes and cognitive practices. The work describes the first phase of the research, an exploratory research on teachers’ perception on the relationship between cognitive styles, learning and technologies integrated in the learning-teaching processes. The first part of the research started from the investigation of the teachers’ thoughts, from their “feeling” of how the world of technologies and their pervasive use influenced cognitive styles and, in any case, students with school skills and attitudes secondary, regarding learning processes. From the result obtained, the second part of the research was developed which investigates the processes of building knowledge and which the situation of Pandemic has prevented from carrying out in the expected times. For this reason, the first phase of the research and the theoretical structure of the next phase are presented, in terms of methods and objectives.
|Titolo:||Knowledge Building Processes Between Interaction and Collaboration. Cognitive Fields and Learning Processes|
POLETTI, Giorgio (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2021|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.2 Contributi in atti di convegno (in Volume)|