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Design and evaluate interventions requires to professionals of education and training peculiar modes of reasoning, mastery of technical languages and specific skills, ability to work with other figures. The course provides students with knowledge and skills for: needs analysis, design and evaluation of interventions in education field and social work and the opportunity to experience some techniques and tools under the supervision of the teacher.
The main learning outcomes are: provide students with models for the analysis of social contexts of intervention, knowledge and technical skills relevant to design and evaluate of interventions in the education, training and social work; present to the students and make them experience some techniques and tools used in the design and evaluation of interventions in these areas.
1. To learn the basic methodological skills necessary for the construction of a social research design, the choice of approaches and techniques, the construction of tools..
2. Possess methodological and technical knowledge and skills useful for the planning and evaluation of training and social interventions.
3. Experiment with typical techniques and tools for planning and evaluatiion of training and social interventions.
4. Deepen the fundamental concepts of evaluation and know their implications in terms of method and techniques.
5. Possess specific knowledge on social policies and their evolution in the Italian welfare state.
Lectures, presentation and critical discussion of case studies, working group under the supervision of the teacher.
The course includes the discussion of various topics:
- social needs and Welfare: general concepts; needs analysis, problems and their causes;
- training and social policies: general concepts and normative of reference.
- Models, techniques and tools for the design of interventions;
- Design and conduct of evaluation research.
and direct experimentation by students of analytical and planning techniques commonly used in the design and evaluation of interventions in education and social field.
Bezzi C., 2010, Il nuovo disegno della ricerca valutativa, FrancoAngeli, Milano.
Ferrera M. (a cura di), 2019, Le politiche sociali. Terza edizione, Il Mulino, Bologna.
The materials made available on Aulaweb.
STEFANO POLI (President)
VALERIA SILVIA PANDOLFINI (President Substitute)
CLAUDIO TORRIGIANI (President Substitute)
For non-attending students the exam consists of a written test and an oral test. The written test consists of a test with 30 closed-ended questions, lasting 40 minutes in total, which is held on the platform https://esami.aulaweb.unige.it/. The evaluation of the test, in 30ths, is carried out by subtracting 0.7 points for each incorrect or missing answer. Only those who have passed the test, at the next session [NB], can take the oral test, evaluated in 30ths. The final mark consists of the average of the two marks.
NB: the student who, having passed the test, does not take the oral exam at the next useful session, must repeat the test.
For attending students [NB1] it is possible to use the modality foreseen for non attending students, and to carry out the intermediate tests that will be held during the course of the teaching with methods that will be explained in class. Each intermediate test will be evaluated in 30ths. If equal to or greater than 18/30 [NB2], the average of these tests allows the student to access the oral test by the summer session (between May and September 2021) [NB3]. The oral exam is evaluated in 30ths. The final mark consists of the average of the two marks.
NB1: students who attend lessons of 65% or more are considered attending.
NB2: Students who do not reach an average of 18/30 with intermediate tests must take the exam in the manner prescribed for non-attending students.
NB3: The student who with the intermediate tests reaches an average of 18/30 and does not take the oral test within the summer session, will have to take the exam in the manner prescribed for non-attending students.
Through the writing, the teacher verifies the student's acquisition of the fundamental concepts dealt with during the course, the ability to relate them to each other, the mastery of notions and technical language.
Through the oral exam, the teacher verifies the student's ability to discuss what has been learned and his competence in applying these learnings to real problems.
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