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Through a case study of a series of Galton Board activities, we try to offer some reflections about the possibility of integrating in the teaching model different tools, starting from completely physical activities and arriving-through gradual steps of abstraction-to the " virtualization " of the tools and to the corresponding abstraction of underlying(More)
The use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in scientific education has considerably spread in the last few years. Nevertheless, many teachers haven't yet completely overcome their fears and suspicions about applying ICT in mathematical education. Furthermore, there is a generational gap which raises further difficulties: while most of the(More)
A framework for online user behavior soft modeling is presented in this work. Behavior models of users in dynamic virtual environments has been described in the literature in terms of timed transition automata which can be compiled in a planning domain. The extended notion of soft timed transition automata is proposed in order to recognize a larger class of(More)
The e-studium project (https://estudium.unipg.it/) has experimented the introduction of blended e-learning course support in heterogeneous courses of University of Perugia. The assessment process in the e-studium project consists of two main stages: first students apply for an exam through an additional module purposely developed for e-studium, and(More)
In the radically changing framework of education and training, the E-studium project (http://e-studium.unipg.it) developed at the University of Perugia, proposes a dynamic and versatile education system, managing effectively the learning process and using new ICT technologies to respond individually to the needs of a wide audience of students disseminated(More)
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