Simone Carcone

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This work is intended to foster a " quantum leap " in the reflection on learning in smart cities/territories. We try to move from a vision according to which education is identified with " infrastructures and services " needed to sustain the smart city " organism " (due also to the social capital that it may produce) toward a " new " vision that recovers(More)
A result of reconsidering educative processes as "experiences", i.e. multidimensional processes of high complexity and flexibility, is a decrease in the predictability of processes' outcomes. As consequence, a natural transition from evaluation approaches (produced by a deterministic view) to monitoring practices is needed and expected. Such transition(More)
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