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|TEORIE E PRATICHE DELLA PEDAGOGIA ECOLOGICA||6||M-PED/01-PEDAGOGY, THEORIES OF EDUCATION AND SOCIAL EDUCATION||Sem. 1A||
|LABORATORIO SU EMOZIONI E ANALISI AFFETTIVA||3||M-PED/01-PEDAGOGY, THEORIES OF EDUCATION AND SOCIAL EDUCATION||See the unit page||See the unit page|
Knowledge and understanding Module1: Theories and practices of ecological pedagogy 1. Knowledge and understanding of the cultural roots ecological education’s, which arises from the spark between the way of considering nature and thinking about education. 2. Knowledge and understanding of the educational implications that derive from an ecological vision of knowledge and action. 3. To reflect on the renewed actuality, even in the discontinuity of cognitive references, of a model of pedagogical thought, born in the modern age, which recognizes the profound link between "nature" and "education". Module 2: Workshop on "Emotions and affective analysis" 1. Know the main phenomenological-existential theories of emotional life. 2. Know and understand, with a historical-cultural approach, the models of subjective experience through the senses. 3. Know and understand the relational link between emotional self-knowledge, the other and with the living environment. Applying knowledge and understanding Module1: Theories and practices of ecological pedagogy 1. Deepening the theoretical-practical meaning of educational care in the light of an ecological perspective, which favors the principles of quality of life and cognitive awareness and ethical responsibility. 2. Experimenting, through theoretical study and practical experience, as an ecologically oriented education, can favor not only the conservation of the existing and the sustainability in the future, but also the change in the way of thinking about culture, society and political life. Module 2: Workshop on "Emotions and affective analysis" 1. Be able to recognize their emotions, name them and use them wisely in pedagogical consulting work: the relationship with the other requires self-knowledge and competence in the choice of professional intentionality. 2. Being able to conceive, in the cognitive act, the sensory, intellectual, rational and emotional sphere as a unique and unitary part of oneself, delegated to the knowledge of oneself and of the other.
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