Tateo, Luca and Adinolfi, Paola (2010) Integrating educational and ICT innovations: a case study of master course. International Journal of Digital Literacy and Digital Competence, Vol. 1 (4), p. 16-29. eISSN 1947-3508. Article.
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The paper explores the effectiveness of a new computer-supported collaborative problem solving educational approach in higher education at a master’s course level. After outlining the technological and pedagogical characteristics of a new digital cooperative environment, as well as the constructivist, learner-centered philosophy of the Daosan Master (Management of Health-care Services) at the University of Salerno, the integration of the educational approach and the technological support is reported and discussed in an exploratory case-study. The authors show that a large number of post-graduate students have been able to participate in a dense collaborative problem solving activity within a relatively short lesson period, working and reflecting on a real problem of healthcare management. This indicates that the experience is effective in fostering reflexivity, collaboration and situated learning in management training.
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