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Social Mindedness in Learning Community.

A cura di: Grzegorz J. Kaczynski, Augusto Gamuzza

Social Mindedness in Learning Community.

Concepts, Fieldwork and Exploratory Results

The virtual environment, in which connections among people are established as well as connections among information objects, permits the evolution of the educational systems through the re-inventing of tools for learning even thanks to the use of Information Communication Technologies in education. SMILEY experience, described in this volume, wants to shed an operative light upon this core issue describing the project, its founding elements, its interlocutory results.

Pagine: 160

ISBN: 9788856864106

Edizione:1a edizione 2014

Codice editore: 1520.738

Possibilità di stampa: No

Possibilità di copia: No

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Formato: PDF con DRM per Digital Editions

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The problematic condition affecting a huge part of the late modern society translates the global crisis into the educational experience and in daily life dimension of socialization. This awareness has been rooted into the motivation of SMILEY (Social Mindedness In LEarning communitY) project presenting an "exit strategy" based upon the centrality of the social dimension of development, expressed by cultural values, social cohesion, solidarity and respect for gender equality: examples of what "Social Mindedness" means for the European society.
The evolution of the traditional web has given a strong input to the development of e-learning technologies, suggesting a roadmap to collaborative learning within the school. The virtual environment, in which connections among people are established as well as connections among information objects, permits the evolution of the educational systems through the re-inventing of tools for learning, thanks to the use of Information Communication Technologies (ICT) in education. The SMILEY experience, described in this volume, aims to shed an operative light upon this core issue describing the project, its founding elements and its interlocutory results.

Grzegorz J. Kaczy´nski is Professor of Sociology at University of Catania (Italy) and University of Szczecin (Poland).
Augusto Gamuzza is Assistant Professor in Sociology at University of Catania (Italy) and Visiting Assistant Professor at University of Szczecin (Poland).

Introduction
Acknowledgments
Social Mindedness. A New Concept for an Old Problem
(The SMILEY Background; Membership in Social Groups and Contexts; Recognition of the Interdependence Between Social Actors; Interactive Dynamics and Social Capital; Cooperation; Family Habits)
From the Concept to Research Tools
(The Operationalization of a Complex Concept; Serious Games: Meanings and Potentialities; The Inner Logic of the Analytical Tools Development; The Operationalization of Social Mindedness: the Questionnaire and the Game Missions; The YourTown Game Incidents; The Leading Role of the Teacher of Reference; The Dialogic Re-Contextualisation and the Final Variables)
The Exploratory Analysis
(The Analytical Route; The Socio-Demographic Data; Sense of Holistic Membership to a Definite Context; Recognition of the Interdependence Between Social Actors; Interactive Dynamics and Cooperation; Family Habits; Conclusions and Further Developments)
Social Mindedness in a Wider Context
(Brokering Knowledge. Teaching Under Way From Encyclopaedia to Wikipedia; The Alice Salomon University Berlin and the Question of Social Diversity; Trust in the School Culture in the World of Web 2.0; Being a Foreign Student in Italian Schools: Can That Be a Problem?; Cyber Threats and Opposing Them From the Theoretical and Practical Approach at the University of Szczecin; Implementation of the SMILEY Methodology Into the Activities of Schools and Socio-Therapeutic Communities in Poland)
Authors and Contributors.

Contributi: Liana Maria Daher, Przemyslaw Dudek, Donatella Greco, Anita Karyn, Christine Labonté-Roset, Anna Maria Leonora, Slawomir Magala, Anna Murawska, Lukasz Wojtacha, Chiara Zanetti

Collana: Sociologia

Argomenti: Teoria sociologica e storia del pensiero sociologico

Livello: Studi, ricerche

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