Flipped inclusion: between Europe plans and complex blended learning in the knowledge economy Online publication date:: Sun, 31-May-2020
by Tonia De Giuseppe; Annalisa Ianniello; Felice Corona
International Journal of Information Systems and Change Management (IJISCM), Vol. 11, No. 3/4, 2019
Abstract: Starting from the scenarios of the knowledge economy and the Europe 2020 Strategy, the flipped inclusion model is outlined in a complex blended learning modality, within a built in trajectory that endorses the phenomenal world of virtual and real reality, highlighting the links between relational, learning and economic-cultural innovation processes. In FI, the use of multimedia technologies adopted according to a systemic logic from microto macro group processes, expanding opportunities for access to information and using multiple learning methods and environments, return an offer more articulated and extensive training that generates a synoptic view of the cognitive contents. The whole, influencing the learning, cognitive and attribution styles involved, aims to contribute to the well-being, to the maintaining and progressing humanity itself, with the aim of forming individual profiles capable of promoting communities that embody the inclusive value of differences, thus generating into a smart, sustainable and inclusive global growth engine.
Online publication date:: Sun, 31-May-2020
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