Children after a Natural disaster.

Materials for educators and teachers. (Velino for Children-Amatrice Heartquake 2016)

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Umberto Mauro Salvatore Caraccia, Fabio Centi, Ornella Contestabile, Nicoletta Di Genova, Arianna Fiorenza, Massimiliano Fiorucci, Giulia Franchi, Carla Iorio, Maria Vittoria Isidori, Loredana Padovani, Rosanna Pichelli, Federica Scappa, Veronica Valerio, Elena Zizioli
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pp. 146,      1a edizione  2018   (Codice editore 10940.2)
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Children after a Natural disaster. Materials for educators and teachers. (Velino for Children-Amatrice Heartquake 2016)
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This book, born from experiences gained in the aftermath of the Amatrice earthquake in Italy in 2016, offers paths, through guidelines and educational activities, to confront together with children and teenagers post-catastrophe situations, the return to school, the intelligent management of emotions, and the maintenance of a sense of community.

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Catastrophes and natural disasters lead to numerous problems in the education of children and teenagers, who present as the most vulnerable subjects in the communities affected. Often, in these circumstances, adults (educators, teachers, parents) do not know how to respond to their needs, reactions and feelings. What do we need to know about childhood trauma? What answers should we give to children exposed to the effects of catastrophes (mourning, destruction, widespread fears)? What educational activities might support them in their resilience?
This book, born from experiences gained in the aftermath of the Amatrice earthquake in Italy in 2016, offers paths, through guidelines and educational activities, to confront together with children and teenagers post-catastrophe situations, the return to school, the intelligent management of emotions, and the maintenance of a sense of community.

Stefania Mariantoni is a psychologist and psychotherapist and co-ordinates the Social Planning Office of the VI Mountain Community of Velino to which belong the municipalities of Castel Sant'Angelo, Borgo Velino, Antrodoco, Micigliano, Posta, Borbona, Cittareale, Amatrice and Accumuli. From 2012 to 2017 she was Councillor for Social Policies for the municipality of Rieti, with responsibility for social and health policies, solidarity, integration, housing and social cohesion policies. She coordinated various editions of the "Rieti Città Amica dei bambini" Festival. She is technical director for the implementation of the "Velino for Children" Project (Sisma 2016). She is editor for the text: Individui, Comunità e Istituzioni in emergenza. L'intervento psico-socio-pedagogico e lavoro di rete nelle situazioni di catastrofe (with A. Vaccarelli, FrancoAngeli, Milano, 2018).

Alessandro Vaccarelli is Associate Professor of General and Social Pedagogy at the University of L'Aquila. He deals with emergency and intercultural pedagogy. He is scientific-pedagogical coordinator of the "Velino for Children" Project (Sisma 2016). His works include: Pedagogia dell'emergenza/Didattica nell'emergenza. I processi formativi nelle situazioni di criticità individuali e collettive (with ;M.V. Isidori, FrancoAngeli, Milan, 2013); Vaccarelli, A., Le prove della vita. Promuovere la resilienza nella relazione educativa (FrancoAngeli, Milan, 2016); Vaccarelli A., Emotions and representations of "the city" after the 2009 earthquake in L'Aquila: children's education and social reconstruction in a post-catastrophe context, in "Ricerche di Pedagogia and Didattica - Journal of Theories and Research in Education", 10, 3, 2015. He is editor for the text: Individui, Comunità e Istituzioni in emergenza. L'intervento psico-socio-pedagogico e lavoro di rete nelle situazioni di catastrofe (with s. Mariantoni, FrancoAngeli, Milano, 2018).

Indice

Massimiliano Fiorucci, Introduction. Children after a natural disaster. A book to give to the world
Part I. Promoting resilience after a natural disaster: an educational challenge for educational workers and institutions
Stefania Mariantoni, Alessandro Vaccarelli, Local challenges, global responses: good practices after the central Apennine earthquake and the construction of an intervention model
(The earthquake of Amatrice and the Valle del Velino and the Velino Project for Children: good practices to be given back to the world; The regulatory framework and social policies)
Stefania Mariantoni, Resilient Institutions. Key recommendations for a resilient reconstruction of the territory
(Theoretical framework; Key recommendations for resilient territorial reconstruction; Conclusions)
Alessandro Vaccarelli, Promoting resilience after a catastrophe: a pedagogical approach
(Theoretical framework; The dimensions of resilience; Pedagogical principles for the promotion of resilience)
Part II. Guidelines and activities
Alessandro Vaccarelli, Resilient education: guidelines for educators and teachers in emergency situations
("Beauty will save the world": guidelines for pedagogical coordinators, educators and teachers in emergency situations; Guidelines for resilient education and combating educational poverty)
Carla Iorio, How to manage mourning with children and adolescents: what teachers and educators need to know
(Theoretical framework; Guidelines; Activities)
Loredana Padovani, Narratives and resilience
(Theoretical framework; Activities)
Nicoletta Di Genova, Contact with one's own emotions and those of others: playing Emotica
(Theoretical premise; Guidelines; Activities)
Elena Zizioli, Giulia Franchi, "Silent" educators for group readings in emergencies
(Theoretical premise; Guidelines; Activities)
Fabio Centi, Arianna Fiorenza, Narrating with technology. Tools to promote resilience in adolescents
(Theoretical framework; Activities; Conclusions)
Chiara Ciccozzi, Loredana Padovani, Cooperative games, why?
(Theoretical framework; Five good reasons to propose cooperative games; Activities)
Umberto Mauro Salvatore Caraccia, Federica Scappa, SETA: Strategies for elaborating trauma through the arts: a focus on three specific devices
(Theoretical framework; Focus on three tools applied to the SETA intervention; Conclusions)
Rosanna Pichelli, When creativity becomes resilience
(Theoretical framework; Activities)
Maria Vittoria Isidori, Self-regulated learning and inclusive teaching
(Theoretical framework; How to promote attitudes and teaching devices for self-regulation)
Ornella Contestabile, Improving attention and managing a class
(Theoretical framework; Difficulties of attention and behavior; Promoting "feeling good at school"; Activities)
Veronica Valerio, Preventing substance abuse: activities for adolescents
(Theoretical framework; Guidelines for primary and secondary prevention with adolescents; Activities)
The editors.