[SU206]  General Pedagogy and Didactics

Semester II
friday 13:00 - 14:30

Course Information

Professor: ROSATI, Nicoletta
Email: [email protected]
Language: English

ECTS: 3
Schedule:
Semester II
friday 13:00 - 14:30

Content

The study of Pedagogy within the Theological discipline curriculum helps the learning process and the building of a knowledge map based on the vision of man and his possibility to be educated. This, in turn, will be a useful framework for future educational choices according to the student’s intended pastoral care and professional work. The Didactical aspect of the course should help students to understand how we can facilitate the process of learning and building on knowledge, especially regarding those who work with people, young and old. One of the aims of this course is also to gain the ability to be able to project and plan a curriculum, a syllabus, a lesson and even a meeting, being aware of different learning styles and times. Contents: Pedagogy and the Educational Process. Education, Instruction, Formation. Basic Educational Concepts; Reflecting on educational aspects: the origins and the development of the educational process in the formation of the person. The religious Foundation of educational Activity. Teaching and Learning. Projecting and Planning. Inclusive Didactics. Cooperative Learning and Tutoring. Evaluation. Didactics and Techniques for Free Time Activities. Principles and Methods of the Didactics of Religion. Techniques and Strategies to teach Religion and Catechism.

Bibliography

Buber M., I and thou, translated by W. Kaufmann, Charles Scribner’s Son Paperback edition, New York 1970; GibbsJ., Tribes. A New Way of Learning Together, Center Source Publications, Santa Rosa CA 1994; Morrison G.R., Ross S.M., Kemp J.E., Designing Effective Instruction Wiley/Jossey- Bass Education, Hoboken NJ 2004. Stein E., Woman, ICS Publications, Washington DC 1996. Tommaso. D’Aquino, De magistro, a cura di E. Ducci), Anicia, Roma 1995; An English synthesis will be given of the Italian text Handouts to be given by the professor.