From the analysis of university professors' training needs to the design of the Teaching Learning Laboratory: the PRODID research at the University of Bari
The paper presents the results of the research carried out at the University of Bari in the PRODID project - Preparation to Professionalism Teaching and Didactic Innovation, which involved 8 Italian Universities (Padua, Bari, Camerino, Catania, Florence, Foggia, Genoa, Turin) constituents the Italian Association for the promotion and development of teaching, learning and teaching at the University. The research was conducted through the administration of a questionnaire developed according to the Framework of Teachingof Tigelaar and colleagues (2004), focusing on the usual teaching practices, on the beliefs and needs of the teacher, on different aspects of teaching professionalism. Thanks to the experimentation it was possible to analyse the needs of the Bari University context and set up the PRODID-TLL (Teaching Learning Laboratory) project, focused on structuring pilot training paths, innovative and personalized according to different target groups, for the professional development of university teachers.
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