Ilaria Brancatelli – expert on film and media in the classroom as accelerated language learning experience
Dr Ilaria Brancatelli gained a BA/MA Social and Political/Historical Sciences at the University of Turin. She is specialized in the engagement in Social Science research with focus on Ethnography, Ethnographic research emanating mainly from psychological, sociological and anthropological perspectives and Linguistics and cultural studies.
Film and media as a possible tool for the implementation of accelerated learning in language teaching practice, with particular focus on learning styles and inclusive learning. Accelerated learning, as a concept, is synonymous with a more efficient and enjoyable learning experience. The matching of the way learners are taught to the way they prefer to learn is the essence of the driving force that seeks to identify a personalised learning style. Dr Brancatelli’s research explores the possibility that the use of film and media offers a range of valuable tools to facilitating and enhancing such more natural and satisfying learning outcomes.