A Robot in the classroom Epistemology and experience


  • Anita Gramigna
  • Giorgio Poletti


The underlying theme of the essay is the focus of some eidetic structures
that initial the new processes of knowledge in the world of robotics. This
means going in search of the connective structures of the robotic systems
within the weaving of relations with the context, and then locate the nodes
that make interdependent parts of the same system in relation to the educational
instances. The work refers to constructivism and the genetic epistemology
of Piaget to show how educational robotics methodologies can
affect the quality of teaching-learning processes. A conceptual knot reference
in our educational thinking is a destination dimension that you instantiate
in the “knowledge of knowledge” (Morin, 1994).



How to Cite

Gramigna, A., & Poletti, G. (2017). A Robot in the classroom Epistemology and experience. Formazione & Insegnamento, 14(3), 446–460. Retrieved from https://ojs.pensamultimedia.it/index.php/siref/article/view/2069

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