In the framework of the CETRA project the potential of e-learningfor providing specific training on complexity theory and itsapplications and implications in the work of managers and trainers hasbeen examined. This contribution presents the key methodological andpedagogical principles that have been developed and adapted so tomeet the needs of the addressed target groups.The objective pursued has consisted in supporting trainingpractitioners and those in charge of training in the process ofeffectively integrating e-learning within the existing and availabletraining and learning opportunities.This Chapter presents a possible model for an e-learning systemwhich capitalises the work that the transnational partnership hascarried out in the CETRA project. It also proposes a flexible andscalable approach which is consistent with the project objectives andthe needs of the addressed target groups.In this respect, the present chapter “Learning about complexity”provides design criteria and solutions to design an effective e-learningpath to be used in different contexts, such as higher education andcontinuing professional development. The following chapter“Complexity course design” represents an example of a coursedesigned on the basis of the proposed guidelines.
|Data di pubblicazione:||2007|
|Titolo:||Learning about complexity.|
|Autori:||MANCINELLI E; MORETTI M; M. VILLANI|
|Titolo del libro:||Educating managers in complexity|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Capitolo/Saggio|
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