Starting in March 2020, due to the lockdown imposed by the health emergency linked to Covid-19, Italian universities have all experimented with online learning and distance learning methods. In general, however heterogeneous the situations may be, experience has re-proposed a consolidated pedagogical model, that of lecturing or, in its highest form, lectio magistralis. The "digital" re-presentation of this model, in addition to constituting, in the opinion of the writer, a missed opportunity in pedagogical terms, clearly highlighted the theme of the assessment of learning in online and blended systems.

A systematic literature review of italian studies related to learning assessment in higher education

Annarumma Maria;Corona Felice;Di Tore Pio Alfredo
2020-01-01

Abstract

Starting in March 2020, due to the lockdown imposed by the health emergency linked to Covid-19, Italian universities have all experimented with online learning and distance learning methods. In general, however heterogeneous the situations may be, experience has re-proposed a consolidated pedagogical model, that of lecturing or, in its highest form, lectio magistralis. The "digital" re-presentation of this model, in addition to constituting, in the opinion of the writer, a missed opportunity in pedagogical terms, clearly highlighted the theme of the assessment of learning in online and blended systems.
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