Multisensoriality in learning with new digital technologies
More and more technologies are entering our lives and have an even stronger impact on digital natives. Children often find themselves using digital systems to perfection, thanks to the simplicity of devices with touchscreen technology. Everything also has an effect in the educational field. How to deal with this context? Remove the technology? Marry her enthusiastically?
The talk will propose a third way that proposes the integration of physical and tangible materials, the so-called Tangible User Interfaces (TUIs) and the digital world, making it possible to pilot and learn through the five senses (including those of taste and smell) .
Saturday 19 October
From 3.20 pm to 3.40 pm CET
EDTECH STAGE pav.7
Raffaele Di Fuccio
Raffaele Di Fuccio is a biomedical engineer and holds a doctorate in Psychology from the University of Naples Federico II and is a researcher at the Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technology of CNR, Technology Enhanced Learning and Tangible User Interfaces, combining classic psycho-pedagogical practices with digital potentials. His research focuses on the development and personalization of learning ecosystems in educational, business training and rehabilitation settings. He received the award for the best prototype at the Aslerd 2017 conference in the "User Centered Smart Learning Ecosystem" call. He is currently the founder and CEO of Smarted srl, which stands as he works in proposing solutions in the field of learning and rehabilitation technologies.
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