This paper identifies usage scenarios of a web platform called "Virtual Classrooms" and analyses students' perception of the technology to understand whether and how this perception changes during platform testing. To do this, we draw on the concept of "Instrumental Orchestration", which has only been deployed in mathematics education to date, to understand whether the concept is analytically useful when applied to other school subjects. The participants are three teachers of three different subjects with different levels of expertise with the web platform, and their classes (55 students in total). Data was generated through (i) a self-observation instrument for teachers and (ii) a questionnaire for students, administered at the beginning and the end of the platform testing. Four "Instrumental Orchestration" scenarios, two of which are already identified in literature, are evident from the mix analysis, as well as minor variations in technology perception. Limitations and implications of this study are also discussed.
|Titolo:||Orchestrazione strumentale per l'inserimento di "Aule Virtuali" a scuola|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|