[AT101]  Introduction to Study

Semestre I
mercoledì 14:30 - 16:15

Informazioni sul corso

Prof: PALUCH, Michał
Email: [email protected]
Lingua: Inglese
Programma: Baccellierato
Semestre I
mercoledì 14:30 - 16:15


The purpose of this course is to have a look at the most important practices of academic life and to present the basic ideas of educational thinking. The first part is focused on basic academic skills like fruitful reading, taking useful notes, memorizing materials, passing exams, participating in discussions, and writing a (research) paper. The second part presents a diachronic overview of the ideas on teaching and learning.


CH. ALTING VON GEUSAU, PH. BOOTH, Catholic Education in the West: Roots, Reality, and Revival, Acton Institute: Grand Rapids, MI, 2013 (Christian Social Thought Series, 19); CH. DAWSON, The Crisis of Western Education, The Catholic University of America Press: Washington, D.C., 2010 (first published: 1961); R. E. NISBETT, The Geography of Thought. How Asians and Westerners Think Differently… and Why, London – Boston: Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2003; W. PAUK, R. J.Q. OWENS, How to Study in College, Boston, MA: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning, 102011