30803 - Professional Skills Laboratory: Pedagogy II (G.A)

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Academic Year 2017/2018

Learning outcomes

At the end of the laboratory, the student will be able to perform the following actions. Able to move independently in applying the technical specifications learned independently or within design organized by the institutions. - Compare with other parties on profiles and documentation of the techniques learned. - Place the learned knowledge in different types of services. - Evaluate the strengths and limitations of the techniques learned. - Transfers the technologies learned in different contexts while making modifications and personal additions.
Course contents

Course contents

Supervision in pedagogical direction: metariflessive methodologies and techniques. The workshop will explore the practice of supervision in the pedagogical direction. They will face evidence about the application areas and methodologies that can be activated to stimulate and develop the reading of the educational complex. The objective is to test different methods through reflection about the specific contexts and operational supervision of modulation techniques (theater, encounter groups, task forces, etc.)

 

Readings/Bibliography

Contini M. (a cura di), Dis-alleanze nei contesti educativi, Carocci, Roma, 2012.

Belardi N, Wallnofer G., La supervisione nelle professioni educative, Erickson, Trento, 2007.

Massa R., Antonacci F., Cappa F. (a cura di), Lezioni su la peste, il teatro, l’educazione, Franco Angeli, Milano, 2001.

Schon D.A., Formare il professionista riflessivo, Franco Angeli, Milano, 2006.

Zanchettin A., “La supervisione pedagogica: un tempo-luogo di confronto e progettualità” in Per una pedagogia del Nido. Scenari e orientamenti educativi, A. Gigli e Manuzzi P. (a cura di), Guerini Editore, 2005

Zanchettin A., La supervisione pedagogica nella formazione professionale, in Ricerche di Pedagogia e Didattica, 4,2,2009
NB. The texts are offered exclusively as a material depth of topics covered in the workshop.

Teaching methods

Short front contributions necessary to the classification of themes, will be developed through active methodologies, such as reflexive games, exercises, simulations.

 

Assessment methods

Active ongoing continuity and participation.

Teaching tools

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Office hours

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