COLLANA: Quaderni di Comunità 1/2023
Edited by Stefania Capogna, Manuela Minozzi, Danila Scarozza
This report is one of the outcomes of the ERASMUS + project RE-EDUCO (Rethinking EDUcation Competencies. Expertise, best practices, and teaching in Digital Era) which the DITES research centre, Link Campus University, coordinated in partnership with the Cyprus Computer Society (Cyprus), the Espoon SeudunKoulutuskuntayhtyma Omnia (Finland), Hellenic Open University (Greece), the Italian Digital Revolution (Italy) and Insomnia Consulting (Spain). RE- EDUCO emanates from a virtuous collaboration between the worlds of school-university, work and professions. The central idea of the project is the development of teaching models aimed at overcoming the theory-practice dichotomy, according to the service-learning approach, which aims to integrate in practice, within a balanced path, teaching/learning and intervention to intercept and respond to the needs and problems present in the community, allowing students to learn and put into practice the knowledge and skills acquired. The guiding value of the project was “to take care of things”, the environment, the people, one another, in regard to didactic, pedagogical and social models that have made history and which today, more than ever, represent an essential point of reference to renewing the education system from within.
Stefania Capogna is an Associate Professor at Link Campus University. She is also the founder and director of the Digital Technologies, Education & Society research centre and the academic journal “Quaderni di Comunità” People, education and welfare in society 5.0. She has published and done research activity at national/international level focused on the education system as a unitary macro-sector in which education-training-university-work converges.
Manuela Minozzi is a Physics researcher at Link Campus University. She is the Scientific Coordinator for the university’s Office of Research and has previously served as the coordinator of the Defense and Security Sciences course. She obtained her PhD in Physics from Roma Tre University and has gained several years of experience in physics research, specifically in the areas of theoretical physics of materials, statistical physics and biophysics. Her research interests ex- tend to innovative teaching, particularly in the application to STEM subjects, and she collaborates on research projects both nationally and internationally.
Danila Scarozza is an Associate Professor of Business Organization and Human Resource Management at Link Campus University. She holds a Phd in Public Management and Governance at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”. She has published and done research activity at national/international level on topics related to organisation and change management in private/public organisations, human resources management, performance management, and organisational behaviour.