- to understand the concept of self-education
- to develop reflective skills relating to self-education
The laboratory is considered to be an environment providing opportunities for students to experience educational research in practice, in order to develop skills relating to self-education. The organization of empirical experiences is rooted in the concept of learning as a practice.
Since naturalistic epistemology, whose framework is within the post-modern paradigm, considers the researcher as an essential research instrument, the course examines the practice of self-education, which is conceived not as a technical skill, but as a way to develop an epistemical posture.
Student are involved in activities such as:
- reflective practice
(a) Mortari, L., Aver cura di sé, Bruno Mondadori, Milano 2009
(b) Foucault, M. L’ermeneutica del soggetto, Feltrinelli, Milano 2003.
(c) Mortari, L. Un metodo a-metodico, Liguori, Napoli, 2006
Written exam with open-ended questions.
The course program is valid for one academic year only, i.e. for three exam sessions (corresponding to six exam dates). On order to allow correspondence between course content and academic year, students are only allowed to take the exam with the program of the year in progress.
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