Vol 17, N° 3

Models and best practices for a quality school

Modelli e buone pratiche per una scuola di qualità



Models and best practices for a quality school PDF
Roberto Trinchero 1-8


The development of the concept of “evidence” in the U.S. educational policies PDF
Marta Pellegrini 9-23
Lines of interaction between training and cognitive neuroscience in application direction PDF
Luisa M. Salmaso 24-37
What teachers need for a sound assessment PDF
Serafina Pastore 38-51
Squared future: ICT workshops for teachers on their way toward future education PDF
Barbara Bruschi 52-63
The digital trainer in the school. NetLogo agent-based simulation model PDF
Luciano Di Mele, Giuseppe Longo 64-82
Digital environments for Small Schools. The enhancement of laboratory spaces within a renewed classroom concept PDF
Giuseppina Rita Mangione, Samuele Calzone, Daniela Bagattini 83-100
ICT integration in teaching practice: can we go beyond the experimentation? PDF
Marco Perini, Giuseppe Tacconi 101-115
Does Flipped Classroom work? Critical analysis of empirical evidences on its effectiveness for learning PDF (English)
Juliana Elisa Raffaghelli 116-134
Stop-motion and knowledge. Educational video-clip such as writing with media experience PDF
Lorenzo Denicolai 135-148
Promoting and assessing competencies in the first classes of primary school: the Reality Task in form of simulation PDF
Giovanni Moretti, Arianna Lodovica Morini, Arianna Giuliani 149-161
The challenge of collaboration for a good school: a research with secondary school teachers PDF
Debora Aquario, Elisabetta Ghedin, Michele Bresciani Pocaterra 162-173
Student Voice and participatory curriculum design: an added value to school reform PDF
Valentina Grion, Miriam Maretto 174-187
Learning assessment and value-added scores in the national surveys for the first cycle of schooling PDF
Davide Capperucci 188-204
The challenge of improvement. Between models and outcomes of self-assessment processes PDF
Daniela Robasto 205-215
Disability and quality of inclusive processes at school. A proposal for self-assessment PDF
Nicole Bianquin 216-233
School between de-constructions and constructions PDF
Monica Crotti, Damiano Meregalli 234-246
School and territory: some feedback from the Self Evaluation Report PDF
Rosanna Tammaro, Marika Calenda, Ciro Clemente De Falco, Concetta Ferrantino 247-261
Designing and evaluating alternation school-work in secondary school: critics and perspectives PDF
Emanuela Maria Torre 262-276
Insegnanti in Formazione in university. An experience of didactic innovation PDF
Daniela Maccario 277-290
Working with autistic pupils: teachers’ training needs PDF
Roberta Sala, Elena Zanfroni, Luigi d'Alonzo 291-302
Multilateral training as an innovative didactic method to support continuous education in police PDF (English)
Francesco Fischetti, Gianpiero Greco 303-315


“La Buona Scuola” is an inclusive school? Models and good practices for a quality school PDF
Giorgia Ruzzante, Filippo Sturaro 316-322
Thinking about the school: a shared planning experience PDF
Mario Castoldi 323-332
Quality School Certificate: the Swiss quality standard for the certification of general and professional schools PDF
Cristina Zaggia 333-345
Competences evaluation: a treasure hunt PDF
Valeria Ettori, Federico Ferrari 346-359
Interactive fairy tales for an embodied didactics: a pilot-study with children in the kindergarten PDF
Mariarosaria De Simone, Colomba Palomba 360-373
Experiencing the flipped learning approach in higher education: quanti-qualitative analysis of students’ perceptions PDF
Alessia Bevilacqua 374-384

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