- Type of event
- Open to
- CIVIS academics & researchers
- 19 May 2021
The one-day online workshop aims at training lecturers who wants to experiment with meaningful use of technologies to enhance active and collaborative learning, within a particular educational approach: the Trialogical Learning Approach (Paavola & Hakkarainen, 2005)
The Trialogical Learning Approach: How to flexibly use technologies to support collaborative learning and co-construction of (cognitive and/or concrete) artefacts
Strategies and tips to foster online collaboration
Distance education from A to Z: a quick glance from the educational design to the learning assessment
Examples of activities and tools (Moodle, Google Suite for collaboration, Mentimeter, etc.) at a University level.
Focus on innovative pedagogies
The Trialogical Learning Approach aims at developing pedagogical models and tools for organizing learners' activities around shared objects of activity (like texts, conceptual artefacts or practices) that are created for some meaningful purpose or reason. In this way, it focuses on both individual and social processes, conceptual knowledge and social practices, needed to foster collaborative creativity. This model was developed within the Knowledge-Practices laboratory by Kai Hakkarainen and Sami Paavola.
Organiser: Sapienza University of Rome
Time: 09:00 - 12:30 CET
Nb of participants: 40
NB: the link to the online workshop will be sent by e-mail shortly after the deadline.
For any enquiries, please contact the coordinators of this workshop:
- Donatella Cesareni, Associate Professor of Experimental Pedagogy, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Nadia Sansone, Researcher on Experimental Pedagogy at Unitelma Sapienza University of Rome, email@example.com