With degrees in Modern Literature (1995) and Information and Library Studies (1999),she is now in her third year of the Digital Education course at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and her Erasmus traineeship at the UOC. She is a secondary-school humanities teacher. She was a librarian for ten years and strongly believes in lifelong learning.
Health restrictions have revolutionized the way students attend class, study, communicate and interact with their teacher. Assessment also shifted to a new stage. Distance assessment carried out through electronic media was being explored at[…]
9 September, 2022
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