Vol 19, N° 1

Robotics, AR, virtual worlds, to support cognitive development, learning outcomes, social interaction, and inclusion

Robotica, realtà aumentata, mondi virtuali, per supportare lo sviluppo cognitivo, gli apprendimenti, l’interazione sociale, l’inclusione

Sommario

Editoriale

Robotics, augmented reality, virtual worlds, to support cognitive development, learning outcomes, social interaction, and inclusion PDF
Laura Menichetti 1-11

Articoli su invito

Kids make their own robots: good practices from the eCraft2Learn project PDF (English)
Dimitris Alimisis, Rene Alimisi, Dimitrios Loukatos, Emmanouil Zoulias 12-29

Articoli

Educational robotics in the early childhood settings 0-6: a systematic review PDF
Daniela Frison 30-46
Social robots and L2 teaching for children: a preliminary study on the embodiment of gestures PDF
Silvia Gasparini 47-59
Educational Robotics and empowerment of executive cognitive processes: from typical development to special educational needs PDF
Emanuela Castro, Maria Chiara Di Lieto, Chiara Pecini, Emanuela Inguaggiato, Francesca Cecchi, Paolo Dario, Giovanni Cioni, Giuseppina Sgandurra 60-77
Problem solving and computational thinking. Building synergies between conceptualization and coding starting from primary school PDF
Roberto Trinchero 78-90
Teaching literature through educational robotics: an experience in the primary school PDF
Paola Cortiana, Chiara Rigotto 91-105
Disuffo: Design, prototyping and development of an open-source educational robot PDF
Stefano Di Tore, Michele Domenico Todino, Maurizio Sibilio 106-116
IDeAL: A methodology for constructing artefacts and promoting transversal skills in the classroom PDF
Jessica Niewint, Sara Mori, Massimiliano Naldini, Andrea Benassi, Lorenzo Guasti 117-132
Gamification and virtual worlds for language learning PDF
Letizia Cinganotto 133-148
Educational robotics laboratories for active learning. The case study of Florence schools joining the Le Chiavi della Città project PDF
Maria Elisabetta Cigognini, Beatrice Miotti, Carlotta Bizzarri 149-164
Augmented reality and textbooks: systematic review PDF
Maria Filomia 165-178
Augmented reality to promote inclusive learning PDF
Valeria Di Martino, Leonarda Longo 179-194
Participatory cultures and knowledge generative scenarios: rereading 3D virtual worlds PDF
Daniela Cuccurullo 195-212
Robotics, 3D virtual worlds and social stories. A proposal for Autism Spectrum Disorder PDF
Valentina Pennazio, Laura Fedeli 213-231
Social Robotic for the educational intervention in the Autism Spectrum Disorders. Opportunities and perspectives PDF
Saverio Fontani 232-241
Virtual worlds and augmented reality: The enhanced reality lab as a best practice for advanced simulation and immersive learning PDF (English)
Fernando Salvetti, Barbara Bertagni 242-255
Virtual worlds and virtual reality. An analysis in the healthcare education PDF
Claudio Pensieri, Alessandra La Marca 256-273
Digital technologies and museums: augmented reality, learning and audience development PDF
Giuseppe Carci, Alessandro Caforio, Christian Gamper 274-286
Rethinking high-tech tools for cultural heritage education. In-training teachers’ reflections on Musetech web app PDF (English)
Antonella Poce, Francesca Amenduni, Francesco Agrusti 287-300
Technology-enhanced learning to support active ageing PDF
Riccardo De Benedictis, Gabriella Cortellessa, Francesca Fracasso, Amedeo Cesta 301-311
Evaluating online games/activities by a group of elderly in a robotic experience aimed at supporting their independent living PDF
Lucia Zannini, Deborah Mazzolatti, Giuseppina Bernardelli, Francesca Antonacci, Nunzio Alberto Borghese, Katia Daniele 312-327
The new ethical challenges of robotics. Social robots and psychological hazards PDF
Pericle Salvini 328-338
From system evaluation to teaching. A case study PDF
Silvia Martini, Emilia Restiglian 339-353
Using Debate in University Lectures PDF
Manuele De Conti 354-366
Analyzing research data on the use of L1 by teachers teaching non-linguistic subjects in a CLIL approach training context PDF
Ilaria Salvadori 367-380

Esperienze/Riflessioni

25 years of Hyperschool and the need for a shared educational technologies lexicon PDF
Alessandro Efrem Colombi 381-391
Seven Ozobot messengers: a story by Buzzati between mathematics and robotics PDF
Matteo Torre 392-400
Roboable project: educational robotics for inclusive didactics PDF (English)
Gianluca Pedemonte, Fiorella Operto 401-411
Artificial intelligence and emotional intelligence, the contribution of women 4.0: training course of empowerment for women in Industry 4.0 PDF
Gabriella Campanile 412-420
The shared quality. For a system of criteria aimed at developing the training offer PDF
Anna Grazia Lopez 421-430

Recensioni

Recensione. Ranieri Maria (ed.), Teoria e pratica delle new media literacies nella scuola. Roma: Aracne (2018) PDF
Elena Gabbi 431-432


Licenza Creative Commons

This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)


 
Firenze University Press
Via Cittadella 7 - 50144 Firenze
Tel. (0039) 055 2757700 Fax (0039) 055 2757712
E-mail: journals@fupress.com