QuaderniCIRD 17 (2018)

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SOMMARIO

Luciana Zuccheri

Presentazione


Prima parte

Francisco Marcos Marín

Vascuences, vascos y euskera. Reflexiones sobre un proceso

Chiara De Vita, Sandra Pellizzoni, Maria Chiara Passolunghi

I precursori dell’apprendimento matematico

Marina, Rocco

Geometria con piegature della carta. Prima parte

Valentina Bologna, Stefano Minussi

Fare astronomia a scuola: esercizi di didattica laboratoriale

Costanza Geddes da Filicaia

La Trieste di Giani Stuparich

Patrizia de Luca, Girolamo Piccolo, Adele Intini, Francesco Venier

L’esperienza dei moduli formativi in materia economico-aziendale all’Università di Trieste nel triennio 2015-2017


Seconda parte

Recensioni


Michele Stoppa

HEJL E., IBETSBERGER H., STEYRER H. (Herausgeber). 2017, UNESCO-Geoparke in Österreich, Natur- und Kulturerlebnisführer der Universität Salzburg – Band 5, Universität Salzburg, München, Verlag Dr. Friedrich Pfeil, 168 pp., (ISBN: 978-3-89937-182-6)


Recensioni - Software


Daniel Doz, Eleonora Doz

PHOTOMATH INC., Photomath, 2018 (versione 5.0.3)


Notizie


Ester Colizza

Da Trieste ai Poli. I viaggi che hanno portato la ricerca triestina agli estremi del pianeta (Trieste, Trieste città della conoscenza, 31.10.2018)

Verena Zudini

XVII Congresso SISM - Società Italiana di Storia delle Matematiche (Trieste, 8-10.11.2018)

Dolores Ross

Dutch Friday. 55 anni di Neerlandistica a Trieste

Francesco Princivalle

Un tronco fossile di araucaria al Museo di Mineralogia e Petrografia


Politica editoriale e norme per gli autori


QuaderniCIRD. Politica editoriale

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QuaderniCIRD n. 17 (2018)
Rivista del Centro Interdipartimentale
per la Ricerca Didattica
dell'Università di Trieste
Journal of the Interdepartmental Center for Educational Research
of the University of Trieste

ISSN: 2039-8646

Direttore responsabile:
Luciana Zuccheri

Comitato editoriale:
Silvia Battistella
Furio Finocchiaro
Helena Lozano Miralles
Tiziana Piras
Paolo Sorzio
Michele Stoppa
Verena Zudini

Revisione sunti in inglese:
Monica Randaccio

Numero a cura di:
Luciana Zuccheri
Michele Stoppa
Helena Lozano Miralles
Tiziana Piras
Silvia Battistella

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    QuaderniCIRD 17 (2018)
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