The convention Sirem 2018 is taking place in Bologna. Until 6 April, Indire’s researchers are going to present their research on the theme “Digital languages and animation. School. territory. University”.
On Thursday 5 April, as part of the educational programmes session, Andrea Benassi, Elisabetta Cigognini, Letizia Cinganotto and Gabriella Taddeo are going to talk about immersive environments for teachers’ professional development (h 3:40pm).
On Friday 6, In the section Visual Storytelling: the educational research facing up to the complexity of digital narrative, Ilaria Bucciarelli will talk about “Production, fruition and presumption of audio-visual materials at school”. A taxonomy proposal (h 11.45pm). Samuele Calzone, Nicola Malloggi and Rosalba Manna are going to delve into the theme of “Developing digital language as a valuable educational opportunity for students under the National Operational Programme on education 2014-2020″ (h.12:15pm). To conclude, on 6 April, the researchers Sara Mori, Paola Nencioni, Francesca Rossi and Antonella Turchi are going to speak about “Flipped classroom: evaluation of “learning how to learn” through technological resources (h 11:40 pm) within the session digital animation environments.
The convention, organised by the Italian Society for Research on Education and Media takes place at the department of educational sciences “Giovanni Maria Bertin” in via Filippo Re 6 in Bologna. Admission is open to everyone upon reservation.