Distance Teaching/Learning Today and Tomorrow: The Impact and the Perspectives in Basilicata in Comparison with the National Context
Keywords:COVID-19, Distance learning, Didactics, Teaching and learning, School
Starting from an analysis of the data resulting from the national SIRD survey on «distance teaching methods adopted in Italian schools in the period of the Covid-19 emergency», through the comparison between the national ones and those concerning the Basilicata region, as well as referring to other surveys, both quantitative and qualitative, conducted in the latter area, the authors develop reflections on some fundamental issues emerged from these researches. They also provide prospective suggestions about possible interventions and institutional strategies that could be really effective in governing change and guaranteeing the highest quality and fairness to an educational offer based on a well balanced methodological integration between face-to-face and distance teaching/learning.
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