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 the(More)
A result of re-considering 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)
Based on our experience, we believe that games, competition and teamwork offer a pleasant and active way of learning. This is much more efficient when the learner has a smile on his face, when he is astonished and curious about next levels and finds the game sufficiently challenging and fun to try again. Our application proposal has the purpose of(More)
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