93491 - LABORATORIO DI PEDAGOGIA SPECIALE PER L'INCLUSIONE (D)

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SDGs

This teaching activity contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

Quality education

Academic Year 2021/2022

Learning outcomes

At the end of the workshop, the student: - knows about the course as dealt with in the context of integration within a simulated learning environment; - will be able to reflect critically in groups on the proposed themes.

Course contents

Assessment of disability and procedure for assigning didactic support measures;
operational profile and individual project;
knowledge of Legislative Decree 66/17 and of the D.I. 182/20;
presentation of the new national IEP model and its sections;
tools for the observation of the pupil and the context (barriers and facilitators) on an ICF basis for the conscious choice of objectives and didactic activities;
presentation of case report and processing of annexes A1 (kindergarten) and A 2 (primary school);
programming of didactic interventions on pupils with different types of disabilities and subsequent evaluation; strategies and tools for a teaching functional to the needs of all students, according to the prospect of Universal Design for Learning.

The course will have a declination addressed both to primary school and Pre-schools contexts.

Readings/Bibliography

Cottini, L., de Caris, M. (2020). Il progetto individuale dal profilo di funzionamento su base ICF al PEI. Giunti Edu

Cottini, L. (a cura di)(2019). Universal design for learning e curricolo inclusivo. Giunti Edu

Dainese, R. (2016). Le sfide della Pedagogia Speciale e la Didattica per l'inclusione. F. Angeli.

Ianes, D., Cramerotti, S., Fogarolo, F. (2021). Il nuovo PEI in prospettiva bio-psico-sociale ed ecologica. Erickson

D.I. 182/20 ed allegati A1, A2, B (Linee guida), C, C1.

Teaching methods

Classroom-taught and laboratory lesson.

Small group activities will be promoted. It is advisable for students to have a PC or a tablet.

Assessment methods

The evaluation will concern:
- active participation
- the production (individual or group) of the requested products
- the reference to bibliographic sources;
- the ability to link content to personal experience.
Each laboratory, in addition to an active participation, provides for the development of a 'laboratory product' defined by the teacher (report, educational project ...).
The evaluation of each laboratory, regardless of duration, involves four judgments:
REJECTED: laboratory to be attended again;
-1;
0;
+1.
The assessment will be made known by the conductors via the web-teacher page and will contribute, taking into account the average mark of the different teaching modules, to define the final mark of the exam. This assessment will remain valid until the final vote is recorded.

Teaching tools

Video projector, PC

Further teaching materials will be uploaded on Virtuale UNIBO platform

Office hours

See the website of Emilia Ciccia