SKILLMAN PRESENTATION IN TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION, SCHOOL OF EDUCATION (ISRAEL)

The 21st November 2017, Skillman project has been presented by prof. Tiziana Chiappelli (University of Florence and CSCS) in a meeting with prof. Ilya Levin at the Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education of the School of Education in Tel Aviv University (Israel). The meeting was planned in the framework of Prof. Silvia Guetta (University of Florence, Dept. of Sciences of Education and Psychology) research group activities who spent a week of intensive work in Israel.

Prof. Ilya Levin, author of around 160 research papers both in Computer Engineering and in Humanities, is full Professor in Tel Aviv University. Among his most recent research interests, we stress the topics on Cultural Studies of Information Society and Science and Technology Education as possible point of contact with Skillman project methodologies and results [http://www.tau.ac.il/~ilia1/ ].

The presentation of Skillman project was aimed to find common lines of research and possible future collaborations in the field of innovation and ICT solutions and to strengthen the international networks on Sector Skill Alliance. Skillman project presentation contents have been discussed and prof. Levin has raised interesting comments on the European approach to skills and competencies in the field of the ICT innovation.

The meeting was attended by Dr. Dina Tsybulsky (postgraduate fellow), Hillel Rosenzweig (PhD student) and Ornit Shany (MA student) of the research team of prof. Ilya Levin of the University of Tel Aviv and, from the University of Florence, by the Silvia Guetta students Chiara Matteuzzi, Davide Bonaiuti, Flavio Costantini, Noemi Leotta and Silvia Girolami.

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SKILLMAN PRESENTATION IN TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION, SCHOOL OF EDUCATION (ISRAEL)
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