The complex postmodern hyperstimulation exacerbated by the pandemic crisis from Sars-Cov19 is producing a proliferation of psycho-social paradoxes not always consciously managed. Through an investment in the transformative power of education for a permanent organizational the flipped inclusion model didactically transpose the design architecture of computational thinking and affects both the transformation of identity (by acting on learning, communicative, relational, and attribution styles) in an inclusive plural perspective, and indirectly for the promotion of inclusive contests, as emerges from the data of multi-research method being tested since 2014 at the University of Salerno. The activation of experiential training strategies, which affect the promotion of prosocial value, allows to foster an education in the management of potential risks deriving from unconscious transductive processes, generated in hybrid social systems formal, non-formal, and informal, virtual and real.

The New Construct of Well-Being in the Sars-Cov19 Era and Governance Policies Between System Dimensions in the Flipped Inclusion Model

De Giuseppe, T
;
Corona, F.
Supervision
2022

Abstract

The complex postmodern hyperstimulation exacerbated by the pandemic crisis from Sars-Cov19 is producing a proliferation of psycho-social paradoxes not always consciously managed. Through an investment in the transformative power of education for a permanent organizational the flipped inclusion model didactically transpose the design architecture of computational thinking and affects both the transformation of identity (by acting on learning, communicative, relational, and attribution styles) in an inclusive plural perspective, and indirectly for the promotion of inclusive contests, as emerges from the data of multi-research method being tested since 2014 at the University of Salerno. The activation of experiential training strategies, which affect the promotion of prosocial value, allows to foster an education in the management of potential risks deriving from unconscious transductive processes, generated in hybrid social systems formal, non-formal, and informal, virtual and real.
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