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The main objective of the course is to contribute to the training of future teachers by providing skills in the field of the main developmental disorders.
The workshop allows experimenting some working strategies with disabilities in the process of school inclusion.
The course aims to introduce the concepts of disability, developmental disorders, inclusion and to deal with the issue of atypical development especially in relation to the school context.
It also aims to provide tools for planning inclusive courses and designing Individualized Educational Plans functional to didactic work and consistent with current regulations.
The teaching allows students to gain theoretical knowledge on atypical development and face situations with a scientific, inclusive, non-judgmental attitude.
The attendance of the whorkshop allows to read a clinical diagnosis and an ICF-based protocol and be able to describe the areas of interest in the structuring of the Individual Plan.
Basic knowledge of typical development
At present, it is not yet known with certainty whether the course will be held in full or in part in the presence. The structure of the course and the teaching methods will in any case be the same, even if using the different means available in the classroom or remotely.
Lessons are held in a participatory way, alternating short interventions by the teacher with discussions, watching videos, individual and group exercises. During the workshop, students can experience professional skills and practice with the proposed technologies and materials.
Knowledge of atypical development in its various aspects
Approach to assessment with psychological and didactic tools
The role of the school and strategies to improve inclusion and enhance learning
For the discipline, please refer to the texts listed.
On the aulaweb, teaching materials and examples are provided.
Office hours: The teacher receives students by appointment at room 4A9 (4th floor of Corso A. Podestà) or through the Teams platform.
February, the 23th, 2022
The exam for attending students includes an ongoing written evaluation of the basic text and an oral exam in which the other texts and the results of the laboratory activity will be discussed.
For non-attending students, the assessment will be oral.
See assessment methods of the discipline
All the students must visit the Aulaweb page (www.aulaweb.unige.it) regularly. All the information and materials related to this course are exclusively published on this website.
Any shifts in lectures timetable or office hours will be announced on Aulaweb.
Students with DSA, disability or other special educational needs are recommended to contact the teacher at the beginning of the course, to organize teaching and assessment, taking in account both the class aims and the student's needs and providing suitable compensatory instruments.