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Il Tirocinio Diretto Digitale Integrato (TDDI)

Il progetto sperimentale per lo sviluppo delle competenze delle maestre e dei maestri
  • Edited by:
  • Stefano Oliviero,
  • Raffaella Biagioli,

The integrated direct digital apprenticeship represents a new and crucial experimental apprenticeship modality with the primary function of guaranteeing everyone the possibility of living this entire pre- professional experience through virtual modalities and widening and enriching training opportunities for future pre-primary teachers and primary teachers. The experimental project arose from the need to respond to the need to guarantee the practicability of professional training courses at a time when, due to the pandemic, it was not possible to accommodate all students in schools. It was designed with the Regional School Office of Tuscany and resulted from the degree course constant commitment to the USR Tuscany to guarantee students; right to study and enhance the schools; willingness to accommodate trainees.

  • Keywords:
  • Skills,
  • Teacher Training,
  • Didactics,
  • Pre- School,
  • Primary School,
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Stefano Oliviero

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-6730-0476

Raffaella Biagioli

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-9333-2914

Raffaella Biagioli is Associate Professor of General and Social Pedagogy at the Department FORLILPSI of the University of Florence and President of the master’s degree Course in Primary Education. Her Research topics: training processes inherent in the areas of Intercultural Pedagogy, General, Social and Gender Pedagogy, with repercussions on Didactics and Training Processes.

Stefano Oliviero is Associate Professor of History of Education at the University of Florence. His research interests focused on the political and social history of school and educational institutions and on the history of school publishing. In later years he has focused on the school memories and on the educational memories, on the relationship between education and consumption over time and the on the Public History of Education.
Table of Contents
Parte prima

Raffaella Biagioli

Dall’idea al progetto
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pp.13-26


Antonella Grilli, Fabrizio Rozzi

Il Progetto Sperimentale di Tirocinio Diretto Digitale Integrato
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pp.27-47


Maria Ranieri

Le competenze digitali degli insegnanti
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pp.49-60


Pierpaolo Infante, Antonella Grilli

Possibili scenari del modello TDDI
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pp.71-92


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pp.93-109


Parte seconda

Liboria Pantaleo

Approccio metodologico: costruire per il TDDI
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pp.113-116


Antonella Grilli, Ilaria Giachi, Laura Innocenti, Valentina Giovannini

La voce delle scuole
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pp.117-168


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Book Title

Il Tirocinio Diretto Digitale Integrato (TDDI)

Book Subtitle

Il progetto sperimentale per lo sviluppo delle competenze delle maestre e dei maestri

Editors

Stefano Oliviero, Raffaella Biagioli

Peer Reviewed

Number of Pages

178

Publication Year

2022

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© 2022 Author(s)

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CC BY 4.0

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Publisher Name

Firenze University Press

DOI

10.36253/978-88-5518-587-5

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978-88-5518-586-8

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978-88-5518-587-5

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Strumenti per la didattica e la ricerca

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2704-6249

Series E-Issn

2704-5870

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