The paper presents a model of university teaching where students are involved in concrete activities and collaborate while developing key competences for the academic and working future. 52 students of the Degree Course in Psychology at the Sapienza University of Rome participated to the activity. The method of data collection and analysis combines qualitative and quantitative approach. Results show a general perception of skills enhancement and a good appreciation of the course, especially in comparison with traditional learning modes

Promoting 21st century skills in higher education through collaboration and activities / Sansone, Nadia; Cesareni, Maria Donata; Bortolotti, Ilaria. - STAMPA. - (2018), pp. 163-173.

Promoting 21st century skills in higher education through collaboration and activities

Nadia Sansone;Donatella Cesareni;Ilaria Bortolotti
2018

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The paper presents a model of university teaching where students are involved in concrete activities and collaborate while developing key competences for the academic and working future. 52 students of the Degree Course in Psychology at the Sapienza University of Rome participated to the activity. The method of data collection and analysis combines qualitative and quantitative approach. Results show a general perception of skills enhancement and a good appreciation of the course, especially in comparison with traditional learning modes
2018
Employability & Competences
skills; collaborative learning; project based learning; technologies
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Promoting 21st century skills in higher education through collaboration and activities / Sansone, Nadia; Cesareni, Maria Donata; Bortolotti, Ilaria. - STAMPA. - (2018), pp. 163-173.
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