22910148 - Marginality education

The course aims to acquire knowledge related to the fields of education and training, identifying the interconnections with other knowledge according to an interdisciplinary approach, and skills of intervention and planning oriented to the construction of inclusive training courses.
With the study of Pedagogy of Marginalisation the student will be able to achieve the following educational objectives.
In terms of knowledge and comprehension:
- to know the historical, epistemological and methodological-procedural foundations of the discipline;
- understand the interconnections of pedagogy with other knowledge.
In terms of ability to apply knowledge and understanding:
- designing inclusive training courses;
- use specific methods and tools of intervention in the field of education that can facilitate the processes of inclusion.
In terms of autonomy of judgement:
- Linking pedagogical theories to different training needs;
- to foster a greater awareness of one's professional identity through the use of self-reflective devices.
In terms of communication skills:
- Interact in different contexts;
- group planning.
In terms of learning capacity:
- analyse a problematic situation from different points of view;
- be able to access the relevant scientific literature.

DE ANGELIS BARBARA

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Programme

The theoretical foundations and their methodological-operational applications, which are provided by current debates on phenomena that might predispose hardship and deviance at school, represent the starting point of reflective processes on problems of contemporary society and educational strategies of risk prevention. Through practical exercises and in-depth literature, devices that refer to paradigms of narrative pedagogy, reflection and emotional intelligence will be investigated, which is inevitable for future teachers and the educational field in general. The course will use a blended learning approach, which combines online digital media with traditional classroom methods. The e-learning platform of the department is made available for this purpose.
During the course students will prepare their own works, which will be evaluated by the lecturer.

Core Documentation

• De Angelis B., Progettualità educativa e qualità pedagogica. Una antologia di testi, Anicia, Roma, 2012.
• Edgar Morin, Insegnare a vivere. Manifesto per cambiare l'educazione, Milano: Cortina, 2015.
• Teaching materials and pages that are required to be read, analyzed and studied, will be inserted into the online e-learning platform of the Department (http://formonline.uniroma3.it).

Type of delivery of the course

The course will use a blended learning approach, which combines online digital media with traditional classroom methods. The e-learning platform of the department is made available for this purpose (http://formonline.uniroma3.it).

Type of evaluation

The exam will be written, multiple choice, to let the student demonstrate the knowledge acquired during the course and/or through the study of the literature indicated in the exam program. As for the midterm exams, students will be asked to present/discuss an individual work.