Vol 8 (2019): Learning, Competencies and Human Resources
EMEMITALIA2019 Peer Reviewed Papers

Uno strumento online di tipo aperto per supportare la condivisione di pratiche nel settore infermieristico

Flavio Manganello
ITD-CNR - Genova
Bio
Published October 31, 2019
Keywords
  • Formazione infermieristica,
  • Blended learning,
  • Active learning,
  • Self-regulated learning,
  • Gamification
How to Cite
Manganello, F., Vassilakis, K., Papadakis, N., & Pozzi, F. (2019). Uno strumento online di tipo aperto per supportare la condivisione di pratiche nel settore infermieristico. Reports on E-Learning, Media and Education Meetings, 8(1), 3 -9. Retrieved from https://www.je-lks.org/ojs/index.php/R-EMEM/article/view/1135083

Abstract

Questo contributo presenta il framework concettuale dell’Open Online Tool, uno strumento basato sull’integrazione di Moodle e Mahara, pensato per supportare la condivisione di pratiche nel settore infermieristico e sviluppato nell’ambito del progetto ENhANCE. Il modello formativo che ispira l’OOT propone un approccio misto (blended) che si fonda su quattro elementi caratterizzanti: apprendimento attivo e collaborativo, auto-regolazione dell’apprendimento, gamification e continuità tra apprendimenti formali, non formali e informali. Nell’ambito di tale approccio, le componenti pedagogica e tecnologica alla base dell’OOT agiscono sinergicamente per valorizzare le dimensioni della conoscenza disciplinare legata all’agire professionale dell’infermiere in formazione. In particolare, allo scopo di promuovere in modo “gamificato” comportamenti di auto-regolazione dell’apprendimento tra gli infermieri, sono stati implementati due plugin ad hoc: My 4Cs Dashboard e Nurse Sally’s 4Cs Dashboard. Una prima sperimentazione dell’OOT è prevista nell’ambito di un percorso e-learning internazionale con destinatari insegnanti e formatori coinvolti nella formazione di infermieri, nel periodo maggio-luglio 2019. Il testing e la validazione dello strumento consentiranno di verificarne l’efficacia a fronte degli obiettivi di progettazione.

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