In the post-modern glocal society, with an economy of continuous training generated by a trans-human technological expansion, we are witnessing an informative consumerism and a capitalism of knowledge that produces a socio-economic co-evolution. The complex idiomatic locution flipped inclusion, introduced in the descriptive-transformative experimental research at the University of Salerno from 2014, crosses, declines, and transposes the concept of inclusion as a social construct in an ecological-systemic perspective and the logic of flipped learning in a systemic learning perspective – learning organization, learning of society, lifelong learning.
De Giuseppe, Tonia
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