Didactics and Special Pedagogy (2008/2009)

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Course code
4S00114
Name of lecturer
Francesco Larocca
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3
Academic sector
M-PED/03 - METHODOLOGIES OF TEACHING AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
I quadrimestre dal Oct 1, 2008 al Nov 28, 2008.

Lesson timetable

I quadrimestre
Day Time Type Place Note
Tuesday 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM lesson Lecture Hall AULA D from Nov 6, 2008  to Nov 12, 2008
Thursday 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM lesson Lecture Hall AULA D from Nov 6, 2008  to Nov 28, 2008

Learning outcomes

The knowledge by the student of the issues foundations of the discipline along with some basics of method for identifying the most appropriate way to approach education with the Disabled in Action is the proper finality of this introductory course in Special Education.

Purpose as key objectives requires knowledge of the epistemological dell'educabilità and the conditions for the effectiveness of educational mobility. Also implies knowledge of the cultural motivations and personological change operator in this area.

Syllabus

-Need to anthropology (the semantic theory of the person).
-The contribution of neuroscience: the human neoteny.
-Deficit and handicap (inherent and induced)
From design to programming-pedagogical education
-L 'motor action educational
-Causation (conditional INUSE-randomness-type of freedom human)
-L 'motor education in the school subjects in difficulty:
the functions of the school to operational level
-Discussion of the maps logical-dispositional
about education and their reading psychogenic motor.
-Creativity
-The pragmatics of communication and transactional analysis in the field of pharmacogenomics.
-L 'interdisciplinarity
Some education-related mobility problems: the conditions for the effectiveness of the educational possibilities of inducing disabilities in educational institutions.

Assessment methods and criteria

Oral interview that starts with an application to choice of candidate. The interview ends with a self-assessment.

Teaching aids

Documents