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DIDACTICS OF PHILOSOPHY
DIDATTICA DELLA FILOSOFIA


L'utilità dei saperi "inutili". Cosa significa insegnare filosofia ?

A.Y. Credits
2018/2019 6
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Daniela Bostrenghi Refer to information reported at the following link: www.uniurb.it/Filosofia. Changes will be reported on the news board at Palazzo Albani, via T. Viti, 10 (telephone: 0722 33705).

Assigned to the Degree Course

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Learning Objectives

Knowing and knowing how to apply the main education methods for teaching philosophy as critical knowledge and knowing how to problematize and discuss it from a conceptual and theoretical point of view.

Program

The course aims to provide an initial overview of the main theoretical orientations of philosophy teaching, providing general knowledge about the most widespread teaching methods used in the philosophical field. In addition to the philosophy in the School, during the lessons we will mention “Philosopy for children”, philosophy for adults, the experience of philosophy in prison and the practice of philosophical popularization, with particular attention to the interconnections between philosophy and the human sciences and social.

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

Knowledge and understanding:

The graduates must be able to: comprehend and illustrate elementary and intermediate philosophical material; deal with classical problems from history of philosophy and logic; use bibliographical and informational instruments that are relevant to the subject; know the problems of the subject.

Applying knowledge and understanding:

The graduates must be able to professionally debate and use the knowledge in adequate situations, such as teaching and doing research.

Making judgements:

The graduates must be able to demonstrate judging autonomy when valuating data and when applying theoretical elements in real situations. 

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Supporting Activities



 


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Lectures, seminars, exercises.

Attendance

It is required a regular attendance to the course (equal to AT LEAST 2/3 of the lectures). If the student does not attend to the course, he must refer, for the course material, to the "NO attendance" section.  

Course books

A.

- A. Gaiani, Insegnare concetti. La filosofia nella scuola di oggi, Carocci Editore, 2012.

- E. Ruffaldi - M. Trombino, L’officina del pensiero. Insegnare e apprendere filosofia, Led, Milano 2004

B.

By agreement with the teacher, one of the above texts can be replaced by reading:

- G. Deleuze - F. Guattari, Che cos’è la filosofia, tr.it. Einaudi, Torino, 1996 sgg.

- A. Gaiani, Il pensiero e la storia. L’insegnamento della filosofia in Italia, Cleup, Padova, 2014

- M. Nussbaum, Non per profitto: perché le democrazie hanno bisogno della cultura umanistica, tr.  it. Il Mulino, Bologna 2011  [Centrale, Bobbato e S. Giovanni]

- N. Ordine, L’utilità dell’inutile. Manifesto, con un saggio di A. Flexner, Milano, Bompiani 2013.

- M. Recalcati, L’ora di lezione. Per un’erotica dell’insegnamento, Einaudi, Torino 2014.

For any further information we recommend the consultation of:

- AA.VV, Forme di scrittura filosofica. Elementi di teoria e didattica, a cura di  F. Di Natale, F. Angeli, Milano 2001. 

 - On specific issues it is also useful to view the teaching section of the “Bollettino della Società Filosofica Italiana” (https://www.sfi.it/258/bollettino.html) and, in particular, the contributions included in the telematics journal “Comunicazione filosofica” (https://www.sfi.it/259/comunicazione-filosofica.html).

Assessment

Oral exam. Optional essay which has to be agreed upon with the lecturer in advance.  

The evaluation criteria for the examination will be the following:

-  Relevance and effectiveness of the responses with reference to the contents of the course’s program;

-  Complexity of the responses;

-  Adequacy of the technical language of the discipline.

The final evaluation will be expressed in thirtieths according to the following scale: 30 and praise = excellent; 30 = very good / excellent; 27-29 = good; 24-26 = discrete; 21-23 = sufficient; 18-21 = just enough. The exam is not passed when the essential knowledge is not acquired, the understanding and re-elaboration of the learned contents is poor and the disciplinary lexicon is not proper. 

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Attendance

It is required that the student makes contact with the lecturer AT LEAST two months in advance.  

Course books

Following their interests, NON-PARTICIPANTING STUDENTS will ADD to the course books ONE of the following texts:

- A. Gaiani, Il pensiero e la storia. L’insegnamento della filosofia in Italia, Cleup, Padova, 2014

- M. Nussbaum, Non per profitto: perché le democrazie hanno bisogno della cultura umanistica, tr.  it. Il Mulino, Bologna 2011  [Centrale, Bobbato e S. Giovanni]

- N. Ordine, L’utilità dell’inutile. Manifesto, con un saggio di A. Flexner, Milano, Bompiani 2013.

- M. Recalcati, L’ora di lezione. Per un’erotica dell’insegnamento, Einaudi, Torino 2014.

Assessment

Oral exam. Optional essay which has to be agreed upon with the lecturer in advance.

The evaluation criteria for the examination will be the following:

-  Relevance and effectiveness of the responses with reference to the contents of the course’s program;

-  Complexity of the responses;

-  Adequacy of the technical language of the discipline.

The final evaluation will be expressed in thirtieths according to the following scale: 30 and praise = excellent; 30 = very good / excellent; 27-29 = good; 24-26 = discrete; 21-23 = sufficient; 18-21 = just enough. The exam is not passed when the essential knowledge is not acquired, the understanding and re-elaboration of the learned contents is poor and the disciplinary lexicon is not proper. 

Notes

The lecturer is at disposal for every student during the indicated office hours. You can make contact with the lecturer for every clarification, information and further bibliographical indications concerning the course, especially for non-participating students.

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