In the last two years, pandemic containment measures have demanded a strong transformation from education systems: the shift from the physical classroom to the virtual classroom. However, there has been no reflection on the discontinuity represented by this transformation: the research conducted in Italy on teachers' teaching practices in schools and universities (Fondazione Agnelli, 2021; Ricci, 2021) reveals how most have transferred the methods used in presence to a distance. This contribution aims to start a reflection on the perspectives opened by the concept of learning organisation applied to teacher training (Baldassarre, 2009). In learning organisations, people increase their ability to achieve results (Senge, 2004) and to adapt to change. An e-learning platform can facilitate shared organisational learning (through the use of chat, forum, evaluative feedback, individual and group products) and represent a lever to attack those mental models that have resisted even in emergency school.

E-learning Organization: a Hypothesis for Teacher Training

Baldassarre M.;Tamborra V.;Lisimberti P.
2021

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In the last two years, pandemic containment measures have demanded a strong transformation from education systems: the shift from the physical classroom to the virtual classroom. However, there has been no reflection on the discontinuity represented by this transformation: the research conducted in Italy on teachers' teaching practices in schools and universities (Fondazione Agnelli, 2021; Ricci, 2021) reveals how most have transferred the methods used in presence to a distance. This contribution aims to start a reflection on the perspectives opened by the concept of learning organisation applied to teacher training (Baldassarre, 2009). In learning organisations, people increase their ability to achieve results (Senge, 2004) and to adapt to change. An e-learning platform can facilitate shared organisational learning (through the use of chat, forum, evaluative feedback, individual and group products) and represent a lever to attack those mental models that have resisted even in emergency school.
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Descrizione: Baldassarre, M., Tamborra, V. & Lisimberti, P. (2021). E-learning Organization: a Hypothesis for Teacher Training”, 45-49. Proceedings of 12th International Conference on elearning (e-Learning2021), 23-24 September 2021, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia. ISBN: 978-86-89755-21-3
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