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Vol. 11 No. 1 (2020): Pedagogia dell'oggi: le sfide del presente. Percorsi di ricerca. Il tempo odierno del coronavirus

La formazione superiore dei professionisti dell’educazione e della formazione: dal modello disciplinarista al focus sui contenuti core

Submitted
April 2, 2020
Published
2020-06-01

Abstract

Il contributo analizza le radici dell’approccio disciplinarista nell’alta formazione per passare alla considerazione dell’impatto dell’approccio funzionalista proprio delle politiche europee sulle trasformazioni in atto. Sono quindi richiamati i risultati di alcune delle più significative ricerche svolte in materia di obiettivi di apprendimento propri della formazione dei professionisti dell’educazione e della formazione.
Il tentativo è di individuare i capisaldi di un approccio che consenta, a partire dal presente, di superare i limiti del disciplinarismo, garantendo l’acquisizione dei fondamenti della professione. La soluzione viene ricercata negli studi che tendono a definire i contenuti core della professionalità degli educatori e dei
formatori e che spostano l’attenzione dall’insegnamento della disciplina ai learning outcomes conseguiti dagli studenti.

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