School, curriculum and technology: the what and how of their connections
Titolo Rivista: EDUCATION SCIENCES AND SOCIETY 
Autori/Curatori: Laura Fedeli 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2017 Fascicolo: 2 ESS - Rethinking the design process, rethinking the curriculum Lingua: Inglese 
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DOI:  10.3280/ess2-2017oa5595
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Technology is, here, meant as an umbrella concept that finds its location in some dimensions of the school governance such as a practice of scrutiny and a means to develop teacher training, but mostly as part of students’ background and expectations to be shared in a co-constructed curriculum.Technologies, nowadays, have been developing a new “world order” where education can cover some of the gaps students can hardly handle by just “living” the digital reality in which they are fully involved also thanks to a continuous online connection aided by the mobile devices.Being autonomous in managing online contacts and information doesn’t mean being digitally confident citizens and educational institutions can help identifying personalized and self-regulated learning path where students’ needs and potentialities can find in the collaborative construction of the curriculum a common ground which ensure equity of the educational offer and respect of diversity at the same time. 

Technology is, here, meant as an umbrella concept that finds its location in some dimensions of the school governance such as a practice of scrutiny and a means to develop teacher training, but mostly as part of students’ background and expectations to be shared in a co-constructed curriculum.Technologies, nowadays, have been developing a new “world order” where education can cover some of the gaps students can hardly handle by just “living” the digital reality in which they are fully involved also thanks to a continuous online connection aided by the mobile devices.Being autonomous in managing online contacts and information doesn’t mean being digitally confident citizens and educational institutions can help identifying personalized and self-regulated learning path where students’ needs and potentialities can find in the collaborative construction of the curriculum a common ground which ensure equity of the educational offer and respect of diversity at the same time. 
Keywords: technology, school, curriculum

Laura Fedeli, School, curriculum and technology: the what and how of their connections in "EDUCATION SCIENCES AND SOCIETY" 2/2017, pp. , DOI:10.3280/ess2-2017oa5595

   

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