[…] I give an overview on the basic concepts that had inspired this PhD . project. I describe the theoretical model of the Constructivism and the importance of the use of computer based technologies for its applications. Moreover, I give an overview on the state of the art of the application of the Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) methodology in Italy, on the advanced courses that teachers must follow for teaching CLIL in the last high school year classes including regulations and finally I describe the objectives of the present work. […] During the PhD . project as e-learning environment for the organization and delivery of on-line courses, I used the Moodle platform [http://www.moodle.org],. Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) is a open source Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS) to upload teaching materials, use interactive and collaborative tools, together with instruments to map the flux of course activities (logs, users, accounts), and evaluation kits (questions, games, meetings). Moodle is a powerful learning environments platform. The great success of this e- learning platform is due to the flexibility of the open source system, providing users, administrators, teachers and students the opportunity to make new contributions, with new applications, making it one of the most widely used system in education courses administered at various distances. Another advantage is related at the transition from teacher-centered towards student-centered learning environments. In addition, Moodle is the e-learning platform used by the University of Camerino since 2004 to deliver all its on-line teaching activities. The access to the platform was provided by the administrator of the educational platform of the University of Camerino, where the author of this PhD worked on its graphic personalization of learning enviroment of the platform

CLIL Teaching Units in Blended Learning on Moodle Platform for Building Students’ Skills to Learn Subjects in Biosciences

ERCOLINO, Immacolata
2019-03-08

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[…] I give an overview on the basic concepts that had inspired this PhD . project. I describe the theoretical model of the Constructivism and the importance of the use of computer based technologies for its applications. Moreover, I give an overview on the state of the art of the application of the Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) methodology in Italy, on the advanced courses that teachers must follow for teaching CLIL in the last high school year classes including regulations and finally I describe the objectives of the present work. […] During the PhD . project as e-learning environment for the organization and delivery of on-line courses, I used the Moodle platform [http://www.moodle.org],. Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) is a open source Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS) to upload teaching materials, use interactive and collaborative tools, together with instruments to map the flux of course activities (logs, users, accounts), and evaluation kits (questions, games, meetings). Moodle is a powerful learning environments platform. The great success of this e- learning platform is due to the flexibility of the open source system, providing users, administrators, teachers and students the opportunity to make new contributions, with new applications, making it one of the most widely used system in education courses administered at various distances. Another advantage is related at the transition from teacher-centered towards student-centered learning environments. In addition, Moodle is the e-learning platform used by the University of Camerino since 2004 to deliver all its on-line teaching activities. The access to the platform was provided by the administrator of the educational platform of the University of Camerino, where the author of this PhD worked on its graphic personalization of learning enviroment of the platform
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