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Professor
ANDREA MARRONE (Tit.)
Period
Second Semester 
Teaching style
Convenzionale 
Lingua Insegnamento
ITALIANO 



Informazioni aggiuntive

Course Curriculum CFU Length(h)
[30/46]  PRIMARY TEACHER EDUCATION [46/00 - Ord. 2021]  PERCORSO COMUNE 8 60

Objectives

- know the basic aspects of the history of school and educational institutions.
- know the problems associated with school legislation.
- apply critically historical and scholastic knowledge needed to understand contemporary social and educational reality.
- develop the communication skills that enable to interact in the small and large group on the subject.
- retrieve and critically understand various historical educational resources

Prerequisites

None.

Contents

The history of school and education between the Congress of Vienna (1815) and the first two decades of the 21st century. The monographic part will be dedicated to the “Giolitti era”, and in particular to school pedagogical debates related to teachers training, the secularization of state schools, and liberty of education.

Teaching Methods

Lectures and discussions. Students are expected to engage critically with the subject.

Verification of learning

The method of assessment is by an oral exam. Grades and feedback reflect the knowledge gained by students, as well as exposition clarity and critical skills developed during the course. The student will have to demonstrate a mature knowledge of the discipline and its main problems. The grade of the exam is attributed by means of a mark expressed out of thirty. In evaluating the exam, the determination of the final grade takes into account the following elements:

1. knowledge of the course contents;
2. ability to adequately correlate contents;
3. clarity of presentation and use of specific language;
4. autonomy of judgment on the topics of the course;
5. acquisition of adequate competence in the field of history of school and educational institutions.

To pass the exam, therefore obtaining a grade of not less than 18/30, the student must demonstrate
have acquired sufficient knowledge of the course contents and an understanding of the essential elements of the discipline.
To achieve a score of 30/30 cum laude, the student must instead demonstrate that he has acquired an excellent knowledge of all the topics covered during the course.

Texts

1) R.S. Di Pol, La scuola per tutti gli italiani. L’istruzione di base tra Stato e società dal primo Ottocento ad oggi, Milano, Mondadori 2016;
2) G. Chiosso, L’educazione degli italiani. Laicità, progresso e nazione nel primo Novecento, Il Mulino, Bologna 2019;

3) A text chosen from the following
- A. Ascenzi, Drammi privati e pubbliche virtù. La maestra italiana dell’Ottocento tra narrazione letteraria e cronaca giornalistica, ETS, Pisa 2019
- A. Ascenzi, R. Sani (a cura di), Inclusione e promozione sociale nel sistema formativo italiano dall'Unità ad oggi, Franco Angeli, Milano 2020;
- M. Ferrari, M. Morandi, M. Falanga, Valutazione scolastica. Il concetto, la storia, la norma, La Scuola, Brescia 2018;
- A. Marrone, «Il progresso dell’istruzione ha bisogno di libertà». I cattolici e la questione scolastica in Italia tra Otto e Novecento, Studium, Roma 2019;
- J. Meda, Mezzi di educazione di massa. Saggi di storia della cultura materiale della scuola tra XIX e XX secolo, Franco Angeli, Milano 2016;
- R. Sani, D. Simeone, Don Lorenzo Milani e la scuola della parola. Analisi storica e prospettive pedagogiche, EUM, Macerata 2011;

More Information

There are no additional texts for non-attending students.

Questionnaire and social

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