Didattica Delle Differenze Proposte Metodologiche Per Una Classe Inclusiva Book PDF, EPUB Download & Read Online Free

Didattica delle differenze. Proposte metodologiche per una classe inclusiva
Author: Demo Heidrun
Publisher: Edizioni Centro Studi Erickson
ISBN: 8859009073
Pages: 140
Year: 2015-04-03
View: 527
Read: 451
Che gli alunni di una classe non imparino tutti allo stesso modo è ormai un fatto assodato. Una didattica davvero efficace sa quindi progettare e realizzare degli ambienti di apprendimento complessi che tengono conto di queste differenze individuali. Sono classi in cui tutti i bambini, pur condividendo uno spazio e una progettualità comuni, trovano una risposta individualizzata al loro unico e particolare stile di apprendimento. Nel presente volume vengono presentati cinque approcci che contribuiscono alla realizzazione di questa idea di didattica inclusiva nella scuola primaria: l’approccio autobiografico, il metodo Montessori, la didattica aperta, la didattica delle intelligenze multiple e l’apprendimento cooperativo. Ogni proposta è presentata nelle sue linee generali, discussa nel contributo che può dare per la gestione dell’eterogeneità in classe, ma soprattutto è accompagnata da spunti operativi, anche tecnologici, che ne facilitano l’applicazione in classe.Con i contributi di: Elisabetta Biffi, Barbara Caprara, Heidrun Demo, Giuseppina Gentili, Anna La Prova e Francesco Zambotti.
L'evoluzione dell'insegnante di sostegno. NUOVA EDIZIONE. Verso una didattica inclusiva
Author: Ianes Dario
Publisher: Edizioni Centro Studi Erickson
ISBN: 8859009332
Pages: 140
Year: 2015-07-23
View: 355
Read: 297
NUOVA EDIZIONE aggiornata al Ddl La Buona Scuola e alla Proposta di Legge C-2444 di FISH e FAND sul sostegnoCon i contributi di Salvatore Nocera, Luciano Paschetta, Lucio Cottini, Giulia Giani e Paolo Fasce.L’insegnante di sostegno della scuola italiana è stato una figura professionale importante per il contributo che ha dato all’integrazione scolastica degli alunni con disabilità negli ultimi quasi quarant’anni. Oggi, però, l’integrazione scolastica è sempre più in difficoltà, gli stessi docenti di sostegno sono spesso insoddisfatti e, con loro, molte famiglie di alunni con disabilità. Partendo da queste considerazioni, il libro propone una tesi shock per realizzare compiutamente, nella realtà di tutti i giorni, i valori di equità e partecipazione che sono alla base dell’integrazione scolastica e che l’hanno ispirata: una proposta per superare la figura professionale «speciale» dell’insegnante di sostegno così com’è oggi, trasformandola radicalmente.L’autore crede che sia possibile realizzare una scuola più inclusiva modificando l’attuale ruolo del sostegno e senza ridurre organici ma, al contrario, investendo fortemente in inclusione: una scuola con più docenti «normali» in compresenza, in un organico funzionale all’inclusione e con un giusto numero di «peer tutor», insegnanti specializzati esperti itineranti che aiutino in modo concreto i colleghi curricolari nell’usare metodologie didattiche inclusive efficaci. In questo modo l’intero corpo docente diventerebbe il vero protagonista responsabile dell’integrazione, senza più delegarla solo a qualcuno.Proposto in una nuova edizione rivista e ampliata, L’evoluzione dell’insegnante di sostegno stimola il dibattito già vivacemente avviato alla sua prima pubblicazione, aggiornandolo ai più recenti testi di legge e dando voce alla pluralità di posizioni che provengono dal mondo della scuola e delle Associazioni. Inoltre, si presenta un primo resoconto della sperimentazione condotta in Trentino della proposta sostenuta nel volume.
Bisogni educativi speciali (BES)
Author: Cristiana Anna Addesso, Salvatore Grandone
Publisher: Maggioli Editore
ISBN: 8891613932
Pages: 136
Year: 2015
View: 1105
Read: 613

La práctica del Aprendizaje Cooperativo
Author: La Prova, Anna
Publisher: Narcea Ediciones
ISBN: 8427723164
Pages: 160
Year: 2017-02-20
View: 586
Read: 392
El Aprendizaje Cooperativo es un método de enseñanza-aprendizaje centrado en actividades con grupos de trabajo, estructurados conforme a unos principios concretos, y que ha demostrado ser eficaz en la promoción del aprendizaje y el desarrollo de las habilidades sociales, así como en la estimulación de las inteligencias múltiples y distintos estilos de aprendizaje. En otras palabras, el AC ofrece una respuesta acertada a la necesidad de promover el crecimiento integral de la persona y crear un ambiente de inclusión en la escuela, pues se basa en el principio de que cada miembro del grupo, con sus características únicas y especiales, puede contribuir al aprendizaje de los demás, convirtiéndose en recurso para otros. Es necesario, sin embargo, ser conscientes de que el AC no se puede improvisar. Requiere de una base sólida sobre la que llevar a cabo su práctica. Por este motivo, el libro ofrece más de 50 actividades y ejercicios, de aplicación inmediata en el aula, que abarcan los siguientes aspectos básicos: • El diseño de actividades de aprendizaje cooperativo. • La formación de grupos para la actividad cooperativa. • El desarrollo de habilidades sociales. • Iniciativas para promover la cooperación en el aula. • Propuesta de actividades cooperativas simples y complejas. • Cómo evaluar el grupo cooperativo.
Index for Inclusion
Author: Tony Booth, Mel Ainscow
Publisher:
ISBN: 1872001688
Pages: 190
Year: 2011
View: 1214
Read: 1315

Compresenza didattica inclusiva
Author: Dario Ianes, Sofia Cramerotti
Publisher: Edizioni Centro Studi Erickson
ISBN: 8859006112
Pages: 224
Year: 2015-09-01
View: 603
Read: 824
La compresenza è una risorsa preziosa per realizzare una didattica realmente inclusiva, promuovere gli apprendimenti e offrire esperienze formative significative. I docenti ne hanno ben chiari i vantaggi e i benefici, ma spesso la considerano un’utopia, un progetto importante ma difficile da attuare, anche a causa della scarsità di risorse. Questo libro dimostra invece che realizzare una compresenza didattica è possibile. A questo scopo, la prima parte, teorico-metodologica, affronta: – il valore strategico della compresenza ai fini dell’inclusione; – i diversi modelli di co-teaching e una serie di strumenti per la loro attuazione in classe (questionari, format, griglie di valutazione); – il contesto normativo italiano in cui attuare la compresenza. La seconda parte, invece, più pratica e operativa, dà voce a 11 esperienze di compresenza attuate nella scuola italiana, di cui: • 1 nella scuola dell’infanzia • 6 nella scuola primaria • 3 nella scuola secondaria di I grado • 1 nella scuola secondaria di II grado. Guarda i webinar con Dario Ianes sulla compresenza didattica inclusiva • Strategie, tecniche e strumenti operativi • Universal Design for Learning Scarica i materiali presentati durante i webinar • Universal Design for Learning: principi, linee guida e azioni didattiche • I principali modelli operativi per attuare la compresenza in classe
Universal Design for Learning
Author: Giovanni Savia
Publisher: Edizioni Centro Studi Erickson
ISBN: 885901221X
Pages: 168
Year: 2016-11-01
View: 977
Read: 880
Il nostro Paese ha sviluppato uno dei sistemi scolastici più maturi per recepire e rendere operativo un approccio sensibile alla variabilità individuale come lo Universal Design for Learning (UDL), che rappresenta, tra gli orientamenti internazionali attuali, quello di maggiore interesse ai fini della ricerca educativa e dell’applicazione diretta nella formazione dei docenti e nella pratica didattica quotidiana. L’UDL anima tre grandi sfide della società e della scuola (disabilità, educazione inclusiva e tecnologia) e promuove una proposta concreta a partire dalle Linee guida (versione 2.0) elaborate dal Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST). Tale modello, con la sua universalità, poggia sui valori etici delle pari opportunità e dell’equità e sollecita un’interessante visione del mondo educativo con proposte metodologiche orientate verso una rivoluzione di pensiero centrata sul rispetto della diversità-unicità umana, sulla flessibilità, sull’accessibilità reale ai processi di apprendimento, sul riconoscimento e sulla valorizzazione delle differenze di ogni persona.
The Differentiated Classroom
Author: Carol Ann Tomlinson
Publisher: ASCD
ISBN: 1416618635
Pages: 197
Year: 2014-05-25
View: 382
Read: 570
Although much has changed in schools in recent years, the power of differentiated instruction remains the same--and the need for it has only increased. Today's classroom is more diverse, more inclusive, and more plugged into technology than ever before. And it's led by teachers under enormous pressure to help decidedly unstandardized students meet an expanding set of rigorous, standardized learning targets. In this updated second edition of her best-selling classic work, Carol Ann Tomlinson offers these teachers a powerful and practical way to meet a challenge that is both very modern and completely timeless: how to divide their time, resources, and efforts to effectively instruct so many students of various backgrounds, readiness and skill levels, and interests. With a perspective informed by advances in research and deepened by more than 15 years of implementation feedback in all types of schools, Tomlinson explains the theoretical basis of differentiated instruction, explores the variables of curriculum and learning environment, shares dozens of instructional strategies, and then goes inside elementary and secondary classrooms in nearly all subject areas to illustrate how real teachers are applying differentiation principles and strategies to respond to the needs of all learners. This book's insightful guidance on what to differentiate, how to differentiate, and why lays the groundwork for bringing differentiated instruction into your own classroom or refining the work you already do to help each of your wonderfully unique learners move toward greater knowledge, more advanced skills, and expanded understanding. Today more than ever, The Differentiated Classroom is a must-have staple for every teacher's shelf and every school's professional development collection.
Flip Your Classroom
Author: Jonathan Bergmann, Aaron Sams
Publisher: International Society for Technology in Education
ISBN: 1564844684
Pages: 120
Year: 2012-06-21
View: 294
Read: 992
Learn what a flipped classroom is and why it works, and get the information you need to flip a classroom. You’ll also learn the flipped mastery model, where students learn at their own pace, furthering opportunities for personalized education. This simple concept is easily replicable in any classroom, doesn’t cost much to implement, and helps foster self-directed learning. Once you flip, you won’t want to go back!
Participatory Design for Learning
Author: Betsy DiSalvo, Jason Yip, Elizabeth Bonsignore, Carl DiSalvo
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317248228
Pages: 256
Year: 2017-05-25
View: 1009
Read: 1001
Participatory Design is a field of research and design that actively engages stakeholders in the processes of design in order to better conceptualize and create tools, environments, and systems that serve those stakeholders. In Participatory Design for Learning: Perspectives from Practice and Research, contributors from across the fields of the learning sciences and design articulate an inclusive practice and begin the process of shaping guidelines for such collaborative involvement. Drawing from a wide range of examples and perspectives, this book explores how participatory design can contribute to the development, implementation, and sustainability of learning innovations. Written for scholars and students, Participatory Design for Learning: Perspectives from Practice and Research develops and draws attention to practices that are relevant to the facilitation of effective educational environments and learning technologies.
The Secret in Their Eyes
Author: Eduardo Sacheri
Publisher: Other Press, LLC
ISBN: 1590514513
Pages: 396
Year: 2011-10-18
View: 1089
Read: 619
Now a Major Motion Pictured starring Julia Roberts, Nicole Kidman, and Chiwetel Eijiofor Benjamín Chaparro is a man haunted by his past—a retired detective, he remains obsessed with the decades-old case of the rape and murder of a young woman in her own bedroom. As he revisits the details of the investigation, he is reacquainted with his similarly long, unrequited love for Irene Hornos, then just an intern, now a respected judge. Absorbing and masterfully crafted, The Secret in Their Eyes is a meditation on the effects of the passage of time and unfulfilled desire. Eduardo Sacheri’s tale is imbued with the subdued terror that characterized the Dirty War of 1970s Argentina, and was made into the Academy Award winning film of the same name in 2009. Julia Roberts, Nicole Kidman, and Chiwetel Eijiofor now star in the English language depiction of this gripping story, to be released in the Fall of 2015.
The Development and Education of the Mind
Author: Howard Gardner
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134210671
Pages: 270
Year: 2006-06-28
View: 240
Read: 788
Leading American psychologist and educator Howard Gardner has assembled his most important writings about education. Spanning over thirty years, this collection reveals the thinking, the concepts and the empirical research that have made Gardner one of the most respected and cited educational authorities of our time. Trained originally as a psychologist at Harvard University, Howard Gardner begins with personal sketches and tributes to his major teachers and mentors. He then presents the work for which he is best-known – the theory of multiple intelligences – including a summary of the original theory and accounts of how it has been updated over the years. Other seminal papers featured include: education in the arts the nature of understanding powerful ways in which to assess learning broad statements about the educational enterprise how education is likely to evolve in the globalised world of the twenty-first century.
Designing for Learning in an Open World
Author: Gráinne Conole
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1441985174
Pages: 324
Year: 2012-09-21
View: 1162
Read: 437
The Internet and associated technologies have been around for almost twenty years. Networked access and computer ownership are now the norm. There is a plethora of technologies that can be used to support learning, offering different ways in which learners can communicate with each other and their tutors, and providing them with access to interactive, multimedia content. However, these generic skills don’t necessarily translate seamlessly to an academic learning context. Appropriation of these technologies for academic purposes requires specific skills, which means that the way in which we design and support learning opportunities needs to provide appropriate support to harness the potential of technologies. More than ever before learners need supportive ‘learning pathways’ to enable them to blend formal educational offerings, with free resources and services. This requires a rethinking of the design process, to enable teachers to take account of a blended learning context.
English Medium Instruction
Author: Ernesto Macaro,
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019440398X
Pages: 344
Year: 2018-02-19
View: 359
Read: 541
Ernesto Macaro brings together a wealth of research on the rapidly expanding phenomenon of English Medium Instruction. Against a backdrop of theory, policy documents, and examples of practice, he weaves together research in both secondary and tertiary education, with a particular focus on the key stakeholders involved in EMI: the teachers and the students. Whilst acknowledging that the momentum of EMI is unlikely to be diminished, and identifying its potential benefits, the author raises questions about the ways it has been introduced and developed, and explores how we can arrive at a true cost–benefit analysis of its future impact. “This state-of-the-art monograph presents a wide-ranging, multi-perspectival yet coherent overview of research, policy, and practice of English Medium Instruction around the globe. It gives a thorough, in-depth, and thought-provoking treatment of an educational phenomenon that is spreading on an unprecedented scale.” Guangwei Hu, National Institute of Education, Singapore Additional online resources are available at www.oup.com/elt/teacher/emi Ernesto Macaro is Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Oxford and is the founding Director of the Centre for Research and Development on English Medium Instruction at the university. Oxford Applied Linguistics Series Advisers: Anne Burns and Diane Larsen-Freeman
To Educate the Human Potential
Author: Maria Montessori
Publisher: Ravenio Books
ISBN:
Pages:
Year: 2015-10-12
View: 884
Read: 228
This book is intended to follow Education for a New World and to help teachers to envisage the child’s needs after the age of six. We claim that the average boy or girl of twelve years who has been educated till then at one of our schools knows at least as much as the finished High School product of several years’ seniority, and the achievement has been at no cost of pain or distortion to body or mind. Rather are our pupils equipped in their whole being for the adventure of life, accustomed to the free exercise of will and judgment, illuminated by imagination and enthusiasm. Only such pupils can exercise rightly the duties of citizens in a civilised commonwealth. The first four chapters are mainly psychological, showing the changed personality with which the teacher has to deal at six years of age, and the need for a corresponding change of approach. The secret of success is found to lie in the right use of imagination in awakening interest, and the stimulation of seeds of interest already sown by attractive literary and pictorial material, but all correlated to a central idea, of greatly ennobling inspiration—the Cosmic Plan, in which all, consciously or unconsciously, serve the great Purpose of Life. It is shown how the conception of evolution has been modified of late through geological and biological discoveries, so that self-perfection now has to yield precedence to service among the primary natural urges. The next eight chapters show how the Cosmic Plan can be presented to the child, as a thrilling tale of the earth we live in, its many changes through slow ages when water was Nature’s chief toiler for accomplishment of her purposes, how land and sea fought for supremacy, and how equilibrium of elements was achieved, that Life might appear on the stage to play its part in the great drama. Illustrated as it must be by fascinating, charts and diagrams, the creation of earth as we now know it unfolds before the child’s imagination, and always with emphasis on the function each agent has to perform in Nature’s household, whether consciously or unconsciously, failure in this alone leading to extinction. So the talc proceeds till Palaeolithic Man appears, most significantly traced by the tools he used on his environment rather than by physical remains of so slight a creature. The new element of mind is brought to creation by man, and from that time the children are helped to see the great acceleration that has taken place in evolution. They learn to reverence the earliest pioneers, who toiled for purposes unknown to them but now to be recognised. Nomadic men and settlers alike contributed to build up early communities, and by interchanges of war and peace to share and spread social amenities. From chapter thirteen brief descriptions are given of some of the earliest civilizations, particularly with a view to their impacts on each other, showing human society as slowly organising itself towards unity, just as, in the individual human being, organs are built around separate centres of interest, to be later connected by the blood-circulatory system and the nerves, into an integrated human organism. So the child is led, by review of some of the most thrilling epochs of world-history, to see that so far humanity has been in an embryonic stage, and that it is just now emerging into true birth, able to consciously realise its true unity and function. The last chapters go back to the psychological point of view, urging on educators the supreme importance, to the nation and to the world, of the tasks imposed on them. Not in the service of any political or social creed should the teacher work, but in the service of the complete human being, able to exercise in freedom a self-disciplined will and judgment, unperverted by prejudice and undistorted by fear.