This article analyzes the possibility of using the Knowledge Building model in schools to promote the skills and abilities indicated by the LifeComp framework. After placing the LifeComp framework in the current social and cultural context of the knowledge society, the principles of the Knowledge Building model are examined and the technological infrastructure to support it, Knowledge Forum􀀀 , is presented. A hypothesis on how the design of a Knowledge Building community can promote the competences of the LifeComp Framework is proposed and research evidence to support the hypothesis is provided. Some implications of this analysis and recommended changes for educational institutions to pursue this perspective are then discussed.

Promoting Life Competences in the Knowledge Society: The Contribution of Knowledge Building Model for Educational Systems

Cacciamani, Stefano;
2023-01-01

Abstract

This article analyzes the possibility of using the Knowledge Building model in schools to promote the skills and abilities indicated by the LifeComp framework. After placing the LifeComp framework in the current social and cultural context of the knowledge society, the principles of the Knowledge Building model are examined and the technological infrastructure to support it, Knowledge Forum􀀀 , is presented. A hypothesis on how the design of a Knowledge Building community can promote the competences of the LifeComp Framework is proposed and research evidence to support the hypothesis is provided. Some implications of this analysis and recommended changes for educational institutions to pursue this perspective are then discussed.
2023
Life Competences, Knowledge Building, digital technologies, Competence-based learning.
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.14087/10163
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