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V. 8 N. 1 (2023): Didattica innovativa e faculty development: dimensioni teoriche e operative

Coltivare creatività pratica e pensiero critico in Higher Education. Elementi di analisi per una geografia concettuale

12 June 2023


Il contributo propone una riflessione sul tema dello sviluppo di competenze di pensiero critico e creativo in Higher Education, con particolare riferimento a studenti e studentesse nell’ambito dell’educazione e della formazione.

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