Ped 106 Design and Evaluation of Training Processes
Design and Evaluation of Training Processes
Class hours: 21
Credits (ECTS): 3
LM-CU – Specialization in Pedagogy of Dialogue
Course held in Italian
- The course begins with a fundamental question “What is human learning?”. This concerns the human being as an actor of learning and progress.
- Based on this premise, the course offers a systematic analysis of “An anthropological model for the learning process in adulthood” and the main “Theories of teaching”.
- The central core, which characterizes the course, will be addressed through the following stages: “Diagnosing learning needs”, “Formulating the objectives of the program”. “Design a model of learning experiences”, “Implement the program”, “Evaluate the program”.
In this general framework, some important methodological-application areas are addressed, such as: “For a training agreement”, “Learning in the development of human resources”, “Making things happen by freeing the energies of others””.
- The whole general framework is finally brought to a further reflection: “Construction of a unitary learning model” concerning some fundamental factors, such as “The whole-part-whole learning model”.
- The final part of the course aims to develop an initial reflection on a possible model of “Diagnosis and design of basic skills” (scale of self-diagnosis of skills).
- Class Handout and Exercises provided by the Professor.
- Consultation of some parts of the text: Malcolm Knowles, Elwood F. III Holton, Richard A. Swanson, Quando l’adulto impara. Andragogia e sviluppo della persona, Cortina Raffaello editore, 2009.
- Michele De Beni, A pensare si impara, QuiEdit editore, 2017
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