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Maturity, among the traces also the theme of hyperconnection

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(ANSA) – ROME – “Keep it on: post, comment, share without turning off your brain”: a trace of the high school exam concerns hyperconnection: a reflection starting from a text by Vera Cheno and Bruno Mastroianni.

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“Living in a hyper-connected world means that every person has, in fact, a kind of augmented identity, it is necessary to learn to manage oneself not only in real life but also in the virtual one without solution of continuity …”. Graduating students are offered an excerpt from the essay “Keep it on” by Vera Ghana and Bruno Mastroianni in which the authors discuss the risks of the web, especially in terms of web reputation. Students are asked whether in their studies they have had the opportunity to address these issues and reflect on the potential and risks of the hyper-connected world. They are also asked to argue their point of view also in reference to digital citizenship, on the basis of their experiences, their habits and their sensitivity. Finally, the student can articulate a paper in paragraphs or present it with an overall title. (HANDLE).

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