Complex learning: A way for rethinking pedagogies and processes in technology-enhanced learning and education

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2012
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Vettraino L., Guglielman E., Guspini M., Castello V.,
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Proceedings of the 12th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, ICALT 2012
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"""Rethinking Pedagogy and learning processes: that is necessary since WEB 2.0 modifies the learning environments, make educational experiences more complex and enrich learning strategies. Nevertheless pedagogic theories and didactic approaches, inherited by the consolidated """"face to face"""" teaching, continue to be applied to the net-learning, still using conceptual categories like: virtual classrooms, e-books, e-tutor, e-contents, learning objects, interactive blackboards, evaluation tests. That is, probably, the reason why web 2.0 and e-learning 2.0 often do not work and are ineffective even if they represent the vanguard of web mediated learning. The present paper proposes Complex Learning as a possible theoretical key of analysis fit with the changed scenarios, able to show a way to meet the challenge of rethinking Pedagogies and learning processes. © 2012 IEEE."""
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