Apprendere dai contesti di pratica situata: modelli didattici innovativi nell’alternanza scuola-lavoro

Author/s Loretta Fabbri, Claudio Melacarne, Valerio Ferro Allodola
Publishing Year 2015 Issue 2015/1 Language Italian
Pages 13 P. 65-77 File size 114 KB
DOI 10.3280/ERP2015-001005
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The projects of education and training with the methodology of "alternation between school and work" are possible for all students between 15° and 18° years of age, with the aim of making flexible the school training and connect the theoretical study of classroom with forms of learning activities in a professional context. It’s essential to connect a training alliance between teaching skills and the theme of the educational value of the work, as underlined by the guidelines issued to accompanying decrees, that set up the '"alternation". This, constantly, stress the importance that inside Curricula should take "the active teaching methods and the development of organic links with the world of work and the professions". So, that the workplace can be an important complement to the learning context of the classroom and the laboratory. Highlighting the importance of education and training of the work involves the fact that the school system no longer has a monopoly on the transmission of knowledge and co-exists with a variety of other educational agencies, especially businesses. We consider extremely important, in the light of these considerations, the formation of "teachers who organize activities in the "alternation" between school and work". The formation of this teaching specialist aims to outline a figure highly competent, in total support of the Headmaster and, possibly, as his collaborator chosen, as required by the text of the "Good School" in Italy.

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Loretta Fabbri, Claudio Melacarne, Valerio Ferro Allodola, Apprendere dai contesti di pratica situata: modelli didattici innovativi nell’alternanza scuola-lavoro in "EDUCATIONAL REFLECTIVE PRACTICES" 1/2015, pp 65-77, DOI: 10.3280/ERP2015-001005