|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||M-PED/01|
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The laboratory has, as main purposes, the interpretations of the pedagogical-didactical practice and the experience of pedagogical dimension related to didactical context.
The General Pedagogy II Laboratory aims to make a critical-problematic analysis of the processes of human self-formation considered within the educational and instructional relationship systems of primary and nursery school.
The laboratory of General Pedagogy II laboratory has the following specific objectives: a) to understand the macro-dimensions of pedagogical research in reference to educational environments; b) analyze the micro-dimensions of school pedagogy from the point of view of integration cultures; c) investigate the role, functions and professionalism of the teacher in kindergarten and primary school; d) probe the pedagogical skills of the teacher within the teaching-learning practices.
The laboratory activity will be structured in practical-operational in-depth studies through group and individual works. The didactic organization of the course will see the Students divided into two different groups, located respectively in one of the two weekly lessons scheduled.
Due to the health situation associated with the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and according to rectoral regulations issued by the University of Genoa, and the guidelines established by DISFOR, lectures can be conducted in two different ways.
A) If it is possible to hold lectures in attendance.
Lessons will be conducted in the presence of the teacher and will have mainly character of lectures. Within the course, group activities and seminars can be provided.
B) If distance teaching is extended.
Lectures will be hold on Microsoft Teams platform, normally through an interactive modality, at institutionally scheduled time. They will include both frontal teaching moments and forms of debate and discussion on the contents of the lecture.
The laboratory associated with the activities of the General Pedagogy II Course aims to:
a) address the macro-dimensions of pedagogical research in reference to educational environments;
b) investigate the educational micro-dimensions involved in the learning process;
c) analyze the pedagogical skills necessary for the teacher of the Kindergarten;
d) analyze the pedagogical skills necessary for the primary school teacher;
e) probing the processes of deformation and miseducation that can involve teaching-learning practices;
f) recognize, understand and interpret the pedagogical dynamics involved in didactic practices.
Wednesday 6 October 2020 (GROUP 1), Thursday 7 October 2020 (GROUP 2).
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