|CREDITS||6 credits during the 1st year of 10841 EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES (L-19) GENOVA|
|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||M-PED/03|
|TEACHING LOCATION||GENOVA (EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES)|
Prerequisites (for future units)
|MODULES||This unit is a module of:|
Starting from the study coordinated epistemic teaching in the field of science education, the course will analyze the epistemological core of the discipline, the main constructs, and the typical pedagogical design tools educator working in lifelong learning contexts.
Deepen the epistemological bases of discipline and planning dimension,communication and evaluation of teaching and of learning in educational contexts
At the end of the course students will acquire the following elements of mastery, which will be assessed through consistent methods and assessment tools:
The teaching activity favors the active and participatory character, through teaching methods capable of involving, motivating and interest students in the topics covered. The teacher's lesson will be varied through different strategies, and frequent use will be made of group and plenary discussions capable of stimulating reflection. Other multimedia materials will also be used to socialize collaborative and self-directed learning.
If it is not possible, for health reasons, to carry out the lessons in presence, they will be delivered remotely using the University platforms TEAMS and/or AULAWEB
The didactic contents of the discipline will focus on the following topics:
The materials that will be examined are as follows:
1. F. Bochicchio, Training adults and educator competencies. Dragonfly, Tricase, 2017.
2. A. Calvani, Didactic elements. Problems and strategies, Carocci, Rome.
3. Teaching materials (slides of the lessons) published on aulaweb
ALESSANDRA MODUGNO (President)
FRANCO BOCHICCHIO (President Substitute)
28 september 2021
The exam will be written and will focus on texts 1 and 2 and on what has been said in class (the slides will be published on aulaweb). The modalities of the exam (in presence or at a distance) will depend on the social situation of the moment.
The successful learning of the discipline is certified by the competence demonstrated by the student to have acquired a knowledge of the subjects consistent with the expected results and in accordance with the training objectives declined according to the Dublin descriptors. This knowledge oscillates between the sufficient and excellent level expressed in thirtieths,
and is evaluated with the following criteria:
Knowledge and understanding: min 8 - max 12.
Ability to apply knowledge and understanding: min 4 - 6 max
Making judgments: min 3 - max 5.
Communication skills: min 2 max 4.
Ability to learn: min 1 - max 3.