In recent years, museums have increasingly taken on the role of educational sites with the function of promoting social and cultural integration, in particular through some methodologies such as Digital Storytelling (DST), Virtual Reality (VR) and the personalisation of museum routes. Starting from this assumption, the Centro di Didattica Museale of the University of Roma Tre, within the framework of the University project “Inclusive Memory”, carried out the experimentation of an inclusive Etruscan exhibition in VR through the webapp E-Trouria, aimed at fostering the construction of a shared collective social memory, combining DST methodologies with learning models based on Visual Thinking and Critical Thinking. The pilot experiment, carried out with the participation of students of the CdL in Primary Education Sciences and Pedagogical Sciences, belonging to the Department of Education Sciences, presents results worthy of attention with regard to the promotion of individualised and effective educational pathways in fully digital contexts.
Maria Rosaria Re
Full Professor of Experimental Pedagogy at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Department of Education and Human Sciences. Director of the INTELLECT Research Centre and of the II level Masters in “Heritage Education and Digital Technologies”, “General Museum Didactics” and “Advanced Studies in Museum Education”.
Research Fellow in Experimental Pedagogy at the Centre for Museum Education, Department of Education Sciences, University of Roma Tre. PhD in ‘Culture, Education, Communication’ at the University of Foggia.
Carlo De Medio
Research Fellow in Experimental Pedagogy at the Department of Education Sciences, Roma Tre University. PhD in ‘Informatics and automation’ at the University of Roma Tre.
Research Fellow in Experimental Pedagogy at the Centre for Museum Education, Department of Education Sciences, University of Roma Tre.
PhD candidate in “Planning, Design and Technology of Architecture” at La Sapienza University of Rome.