Elena Intorcia, Erricoberto Pepicelli


Drawing from the Routledge International Handbook of Student-centered Learning and Teaching (2021) and Bari’s Convention on Academic Didactic Innovation (2018), while bearing in mind the most relevant theories of modern pedagogy along with the consequent practical implementations of glottodidactics, this article focuses on the objectives of the EU program ET 2020.
Great relevance is granted to the learning-teaching approach and the new roles of students and teachers, exemplified through a “lecless” sample plan with objectives, times, number and role of students involved, procedures and assessment. Some works presented by university students during their English classes are finally included.

Parole chiave

Assessment; Communication; Learning; Lecless; Lifelong Learning.

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