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Vol. 14 No. 1 (2023): University didactics, innovation and inclusion. Assessment and feedback

Digital learning ecosystem of an online course provided by the University for teachers of a school: Analysis of feedbacks collected with technological devices

January 21, 2023


This paper illustrates the setting up of the digital learning ecosystem of a training course for teachers. applications aimed at stimulating, detecting and collecting feedback were emploied: Mentimeter, Padlet and Google Form. Answers’ analysis underlines the effectiveness of design, the thoughts of the teachers on the topic of the course and their transformation.


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