Cyber-bulling, connected generations: a school experience · Herewith are results from the survey carried out within the project PLS of Statistics at the University of Bari in 2018 entitled “Psychosocial attitudes on the uses of technological tools”. The purpose of the article is not to describe the results that, however, are presented with reference to the most salient aspects, but rather, show a critical-constructive attitude towards the use of tools by the participants in the project. In fact, we want to highlight why, despite a long experience in participating in the PLS project, which also includes teacher training, the skills acquired and then passed on to students are not sufficiently responsive to what is meant by “knowledge of statistical methods and their application”. This leads us to believe that, despite the enthusiasm, participation on behalf of the teachers is rather superficial, reflecting on the teaching commitment. In conclusion, the authors believe that it is necessary to intervene through a reorganization of future activities, by setting them more on frontal teaching with highly interdisciplinary connections.
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|Titolo:||Cyber-bullismo, generazioni connesse: un'esperienza a scuola|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|