The paper intends to illustrate, from a pedagogic point of view, the hidden educational role of technology in the socio-medical area, and, in particular, in the practices of self-management of type 1 diabetes. This role is underlined by the results of a qualitative empirical research that intends to study the formative effects produced by the use of two different technical objects – insulin pen and pump – on adult diabetic patients.

Cucuzza, G. (2020). A hidden education: the formative impacts of technologies for the self-management of type 1 diabetes. In INTED2020 Proceedings, 14th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, Valencia, Spain, 2-4 March, 2020 (pp.3024-3032). IATED Academy.

A hidden education: the formative impacts of technologies for the self-management of type 1 diabetes

Cucuzza, G
2020

Abstract

The paper intends to illustrate, from a pedagogic point of view, the hidden educational role of technology in the socio-medical area, and, in particular, in the practices of self-management of type 1 diabetes. This role is underlined by the results of a qualitative empirical research that intends to study the formative effects produced by the use of two different technical objects – insulin pen and pump – on adult diabetic patients.
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diabetes; materiality; technology; Actor Network Theory; informal education; formative pressures
English
INTED 14th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
978-84-09-17939-8
Cucuzza, G. (2020). A hidden education: the formative impacts of technologies for the self-management of type 1 diabetes. In INTED2020 Proceedings, 14th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, Valencia, Spain, 2-4 March, 2020 (pp.3024-3032). IATED Academy.
Cucuzza, G
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