Seminario

Seminario

Il 4 Novembre 2016 ho tenu­to un semi­na­rio dal tito­lo “Pensiero Computazionale: Oltre le mode”, l’ultimo di un ciclo di quat­tro semi­na­ri dal tito­lo “Le tec­no­lo­gie dell’informazione e del­la comu­ni­ca­zio­ne a scuo­la”. Il ciclo di semi­na­ri fa par­te dei per­cor­si di aggior­na­men­ti pro­po­sti dal Dipartimento di Scienze Cognitive dell’Università di Trento, dal tito­lo “Lo stu­dio del­la men­te e l’arte di Insegnare”

Lucidi uti­liz­za­ti duran­te il semi­na­rio [PDF]

Riferimenti bibliografici

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