Comparing canonical and digital-based narrative activities in a formal educational setting

Rubegni, E. and Paolini, P. (2010) Comparing canonical and digital-based narrative activities in a formal educational setting. In: IDC '10 Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children. ACM, pp. 258-261. ISBN 9781605589510

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Abstract

This paper is about assessing how and under which conditions digital technology interactions and activities can enhance socio-cognitive abilities in children. We address this issue through a comparison between canonical and digital-based narrative activities in a formal educational setting. The paper is based upon a case study carried on in a primary school in Lugano (CH), where children develop educational narratives in both traditional and digital-assisted formats. Three are the main issues addressed: Valorization and enhancement of different capabilities, Socialization and attitude change, Pupils collaboration strategies. Copyright 2010 ACM.

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