Written and oral exam, based on the following methods:
- the written test consists of 30 multiple choice questions with a closed answer. The maximum score assigned to each correct answer is 1 point. The written test is considered passed with the achievement of 18/30.
- the oral exam can only be taken by candidates who have passed the written test. The maximum score assigned to the oral exam is 6 points, based on the following evaluation criteria: adequacy, relevance and completeness of the contents compared to what was requested; expository and argumentative clarity. The final grade will be the sum of the points obtained in the written test and the oral exam and is expressed on a 0-30 scale.
The course is designed to accompany the student to acquire the knowledge:
- cultural and theoretical assumptions underlying scholastic and extracurricular teaching;
- the main didactic planning systems;
- the new perspectives of educational research;
- differences in teaching strategies and their evolution over time;
- theoretical and normative references related to the evaluation.
The course also aims to promote and develop in the student the following skills:
- developing a training project in an extracurricular context;
- collaborate with other operators to create a personalized educational plan.
- Educational research;
- The “student-voice” perspective;
- Skills in the school;
- Teaching methodologies;
- Educational planning;
- The evaluation;
- Educational planning in the ex-school.
DETTORI F., Una scuola per tutti con la didattica per competenze, FrancoAngeli, Milano 2017
CASTOLDI M., Didattica Generale, Mondadori Università, Milano, 2015
Lectures, group work and training
Mode of delivery:
face to face