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Academic calendar

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Course calendar

The Academic Calendar sets out the degree programme lecture and exam timetables, as well as the relevant university closure dates..

Definition of lesson periods
Period From To
Sem. 1A Sep 30, 2019 Oct 31, 2019
Sem. 1B Nov 18, 2019 Dec 21, 2019
Sem. 2A Feb 17, 2020 Mar 21, 2020
Sem. 2B Apr 6, 2020 May 16, 2020
Exam sessions
Session From To
Sessione d'esame invernale Jan 20, 2020 Feb 15, 2020
Sessione d'esame estiva Jun 8, 2020 Jul 18, 2020
Sessione d'esame autunnale Aug 24, 2020 Sep 19, 2020
Holidays
Period From To
Festa di Ognissanti Nov 1, 2019 Nov 1, 2019
Chiusura Ateneo Nov 2, 2019 Nov 2, 2019
Festa dell'Immacolata Dec 8, 2019 Dec 8, 2019
Vacanze di Natale Dec 23, 2019 Jan 6, 2020
Vacanze di Pasqua Apr 10, 2020 Apr 14, 2020
Festa della liberazione Apr 25, 2020 Apr 25, 2020
Festa del lavoro May 1, 2020 May 1, 2020
Sospensione delle lezioni May 2, 2020 May 2, 2020
Festa del Santo Patrono May 21, 2020 May 21, 2020
Sospensione delle lezioni May 22, 2020 May 23, 2020
Festa della Repubblica Jun 2, 2020 Jun 2, 2020
Vacanze estive Aug 10, 2020 Aug 15, 2020
Other Periods
Description Period From To
Laboratori insegnamenti 1A Lab. 1A Nov 4, 2019 Nov 16, 2019
Laboratori insegnamenti 1B Lab. 1B Jan 7, 2020 Jan 18, 2020
Laboratori insegnamenti 2A Lab. 2A Mar 23, 2020 Apr 4, 2020
Laboratori insegnamenti 2B Lab. 2B May 18, 2020 Jun 6, 2020

Exam calendar

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Academic staff

A B C D F G L M N P R S T U V Z

Antonello Monica

monica.antonello@univr.it

Badino Massimiliano

massimiliano.badino@univr.it +39 045 802 8459

Bertolani Jessica

jessica.bertolani@univr.it 045 8028572

Bevilacqua Alessia Maria Aurora

alessia.bevilacqua@univr.it 045 8028383

Bianchi Edoardo

edoardo.bianchi@univr.it +39 045 802 8108

Biino Valentina

valentina.biino@univr.it

Blezza Silvia

silvia.blezzapicherle@univr.it +39 045802 8651

Crimi Massimo

massimo.crimi@univr.it 045 802 7924; Lab: 045 802 7050

Daffara Claudia

claudia.daffara@univr.it +39 045 802 7942

De Silvestri Donato

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D'Onofrio Mariapina

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Dusi Paola

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Florit Elena

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Gamberoni Emanuela

emanuela.gamberoni@univr.it 045 802 8391

Garbellotti Marina

marina.garbellotti@univr.it 045802 8403

Girelli Claudio

claudio.girelli@univr.it 045/8028628

Gregorio Enrico

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Guaraldo Olivia

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Guzzo Flavia

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Landi Licia

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Majorano Marinella

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Mastroeni Isabella

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Melodia Festa Beatrice

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Meyer Anja

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Migliorati Lorenzo

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Monti Francesca

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Mortari Luigina

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Negri Stefano

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Nitti Paolo

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Pelizzari Nicola

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Picotti Michele

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Poli Albino

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Silva Roberta

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Simonati Alessandro

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Tassinari Giancarlo

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Tomba Barbara

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Traina Ivan

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Ubbiali Marco

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Vannini Lara

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Vettorel Paola

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Vicini Fabio

fabio.vicini@univr.it +39 045 802 8789

Study Plan

The Study Plan includes all modules, teaching and learning activities that each student will need to undertake during their time at the University. Please select your Study Plan based on your enrolment year.

5° Year

ModulesCreditsTAFSSD
9
B
L-ART/02 ,L-ART/03 ,L-ART/06
Tirocinio 5 anno
9
F
-
Prova finale
9
F
-
Modules Credits TAF SSD
Between the years: 4°- 5°

Legend | Type of training activity (TTA)

TAF (Type of Educational Activity) All courses and activities are classified into different types of educational activities, indicated by a letter.




SPlacements in companies, public or private institutions and professional associations

Teaching code

4S00989

Credits

9

Language

Italian

Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)

M-PED/02 - HISTORY OF PEDAGOGY AND EDUCATION

The teaching is organized as follows:

Lezione

Credits

8

Period

Sem. 1A, Sem. 1B

Laboratorio [Gruppo 4]

Credits

1

Period

Lab. 1B

Academic staff

Silvia Blezza

Laboratorio [Gruppo 3]

Credits

1

Period

Lab. 1B

Academic staff

Silvia Blezza

Laboratorio [Gruppo 2]

Credits

1

Period

Lab. 1B

Academic staff

Roberta Casali

Laboratorio [Gruppo 1]

Credits

1

Period

Lab. 1B

Learning outcomes

A) Knowledge and comprehension
KINDERGARTEN: - Knowledge of the discipline: 1) definition; 2) fields and sectors; 3) epistemology; 4) the functions of Children’s Literature during pre-school age. - Knowledge and understanding of: 1) national and international picturebooks and illustrated books (features and theoretical aspects); 2) fairy tales (formal features, topics, adaptations, re-writings). - Knowledge of the most significant classical and contemporary picturebook makers. - Knowledge and understanding of: 1) the appropriate selection criteria for quality children’s books; 2) theoretical frameworks, targets, literacy promotion methods with the objective of educating future readers. - Knowledge and understanding of read-aloud functions, features and techniques (with special reference to expressive-literary performance).
PRIMARY SCHOOL - Knowledge of the discipline: 1) definition; 2) fields and sectors; 3) epistemology; 4) the main features of historical children’s literature aimed at interpreting contemporary children’s books.
- Knowledge and understanding of: 1) the new educational and formative role of children’s literature; 2) the features of the best national and international contemporary children’s literature: trends, topics, characters, values, implicit and symbolic meanings, stylistic quality; 3) national and international picturebooks and illustrated books (features and theoretical aspects); 4) fairy tales (formal features, topics, adaptations, re-writings); 5) the definition of a “classic”, of its features and of appropriate reading-strategies for a selection of significant authors and titles; 6) contemporary national editorial products for children (strengths and weaknesses).
- Knowledge and understanding of pedagogy and reading promotion: theoretical framework, general and specific targets, methods in line with the most important international and national research.

B) Knowledge and applied comprehension practice
KINDERGARTEN:- Identifying a quality or commercial picturebook, according to a set of scientific criteria (i.e. artistic, literary, psycho-pedagogical) applied to its verbal and visual contents. - Identifying the best illustrated or non-illustrated versions of fairy tales and the best adaptations and rewritings. - Reading different narrative texts aloud in an expressive and interpretative way, avoiding excessively emphatic interpretations. - Identifying the most suitable post-reading activities available after read-aloud sessions, in order to promote reading and educate motivated and critical readers. - Evaluating and planning reading projects according to multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary scientific criteria (i.e. literary and psycho-pedagogical). - Advising colleagues and parents about the new functions of children’s literature and the identification criteria for good children’s books.
PRIMARY SCHOOL - Applying scientific, literary and psycho-pedagogical criteria to identify: 1) good picturebooks, fiction books, children’s poetry books for the 6-10 age-range; or 2) poor quality, highly standardized and stereotyped commercial books. - Reading and re-reading texts with an expressive and interpretative approach based on specific textual features. - Selecting literary activities and educational games aimed at stimulating a deep interpretation and comprehension of the texts. - Interpreting the legislation dealing with Children’s literature and reading Pedagogy. - Advising colleagues and parents about the new functions of children’s literature and the identification criteria for good children’s books.

C) Making judgements KINDERGARTEN - Knowledge and understanding of quality picutrebooks and critical aspects of contemporary national pre-school editorial products (strengths and weaknesses), both in terms of verbal and visual narration. - Assessing different read-aloud performances carried out by adults. - Assessing early literacy and reading projects. - Self-evaluating one’s performance with reflective posture through different techniques, including group discussions and audio recordings.
PRIMARY SCHOOL - Knowledge and understanding of quality children’s literature and critical aspects of contemporary national editorial products (strengths and weaknesses), both in terms of verbal visual narration. - Selecting quality children’s narrative texts and identifying possible adaptation options. - Assessing different read-aloud performances carried out by adults. - Assessing literacy and reading projects. - Self-evaluating one’s performance with reflective posture through different techniques, including group discussions and audio recordings.

D) Communication skills
KINDERGARTEN - Using appropriate technical terminology to deal with single works of fiction (especially picturebooks), and, in general, with pedagogy and the promotion of reading. - Carefully listening to children’s needs and reading interests. - Introducing and explaining reading projects to colleagues and parents.
PRIMARY SCHOOL - Using appropriate technical terminology to deal with single works of fiction (especially picturebooks), and, in general, with pedagogy and the promotion of reading. - Carefully listening to children’s needs and reading interests. - Introducing and explaining reading projects to colleagues and parents.

E) Learning skills
KINDERGARTEN- Researching paper and digital sources to find: 1) fiction works and illustrated books to be included in projects; 2) information to create effective, theoretically grounded educational projects. - Adapting projects in a flexible way, according to children’s interests, needs, emotions, and cognitive abilities. PRIMARY SCHOOL - Researching paper and digital sources to find: 1) fiction works and illustrated books to be included in projects; 2) information to create effective, theoretically grounded educational projects. - Adapting projects in a flexible way, according to children’s interests, needs, emotions, and cognitive abilities.

Program

The course includes two parts.
The first part deals with Children’s Literature and the topics are: definitions, features (style, topics, characters), historical evolution and new educational functions of Children’s Literature; a selection of fundamental books (“Pinocchio”, fairytales,…) and authors (Collodi, Lindgren, Dahl, Munari, Ungerer, Milani, Morpurgo…) of the past and of the present; opportunities and threats of different editorial products.
The second part deals with Pedagogy of reading and aims at creating motivated and critical readers through the best Children’s Literature. The topics are: the reading crisis in Italy, in the contemporary multimodal society and in the Digital Era; the metamorphosis of the reader and the new reading needs of children and young adults; problematic aspects of reading promotion projects inside and outside the school environment in Italy; a new promotion paradigm: literacy promotion purposes, features, and phases through the best Children’s books; literacy promotion methods and strategies to achieve motivation and critical reading; analytical methods and strategies for the selection of the most suitable books and media (picturebooks, fairy tales, novels and poems) destined to different age groups (pre-school and primary school).

Bibliography

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Examination Methods

The exam consists of a two-hour written test with a mix of semi-open and open questions. Each student is also expected to produce a short report about a book (chosen from a selection provided by the professor), based on the criteria and techniques discussed during the course.
The present programme is valid for one academic year 2021/2022, i.e. until September 2022.
There is no difference between attending and distance-learning students, but attendance is strongly recommended, whenever possible, so that students may experience and contribute to the workshop-based teaching.

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Stage e Tirocini

Le attività di tirocinio indirette e dirette, per complessive 600 ore pari a 24 crediti formativi universitari, come stabilito dal D.M. 249/2010, hanno inizio nel secondo anno di corso e si svolgono secondo modalità tali da assicurare un aumento progressivo del numero dei relativi crediti formativi universitari fino all'ultimo anno.
 
La struttura generale del tirocinio prevede:
- II annualità 100 ore di tirocinio pari a 4 CFU
- III annualità 100 ore di tirocinio pari a 4 CFU
- IV annualità 175 ore di tirocinio pari a 7 CFU
- V annualità   225 ore di tirocinio pari a 9 CFU.
 
Il tirocinio è seguito da insegnanti tutor coordinatori e da tutor organizzatori distaccati, rispettivamente a tempo parziale e a tempo pieno, presso il CdS. Esso prevede attività che si sviluppano secondo modalità di partecipazione periferica e modalità di partecipazione attiva: tali attività dovranno essere, adeguatamente documentate da parte dello studente e saranno supervisionate dai tutor competenti.
La frequenza alle attività di tirocinio è obbligatoria.
 

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eTwinning

Il Corso di SFP di Verona fa parte del Gruppo Europeo per la formazione eTwinning per i futuri insegnanti – Initial Teacher Education (ITE). Seminari di presentazione della piattaforma e delle sue potenzialità, introduzione alla comunità e/o laboratori sull’uso della stessa sono proposti annualmente come parte integrante dei Laboratori di Lingua Inglese per la Professionalità Docente, e quindi come parte dell’offerta formativa; per il II anno anche con attività progettuale in lingua inglese, studente-studente o a piccoli gruppi.

Per il I anno, a partire dall’ A.A. 2017/2018 è stato realizzato con il supporto dell’USR Veneto e la collaborazione delle ambasciatrici eTwinning un incontro seminariale di presentazione della comunità e piattaforma eTwinning, come parte del Laboratorio di Lingua Inglese per la Professionalità docente. Gli studenti svolgono attività di ricerca e reperimento materiale nel portale eTwinning, studiano alcuni progetti considerati “buone pratiche” e si confrontano con una breve attività in piccolo gruppo sui primi passi di introduzione e orientamento ad un progetto eTwinning.  Solitamente sono coinvolti circa un centinaio di studenti.

Per il II anno, a partire dall’A.A. 2020/2021, è stato introdotto un Laboratorio eTwinning (12 ore – 1CFU) di progettualità didattica in lingua inglese. Gli studenti svolgono attività individuali all’interno della Comunità volte a costruire una rete di partner e cogliere ogni potenzialità offerta dalla piattaforma. Inoltre, viene proposta una simulazione progettuale, in piccoli gruppi, dall’introduzione dei partner alla valutazione e disseminazione dei risultati di un progetto eTwinning. Solitamente partecipano circa un centinaio di studenti. Al termine del modulo è richiesto un portfolio digitale in lingua inglese. I futuri docenti esercitano contemporaneamente competenze linguistiche, digitali e sociali facilmente riutilizzabili nella professione futura.

Dal prossimo AA 2022/2023 è previsto un Laboratorio eTwinning (12 ore – 1CFU) di progettualità didattica con un altro ITE, parte del Laboratorio di Lingua Inglese V.

Le attività realizzate sono state presentate nell’Incontro di coordinamento eTwinning ITE – “eTwinning per i futuri docenti” a Firenze il 17 e 18 marzo 2022 https://etwinning.indire.it/supporto-e-formazione/formazione-online/materiali-ite/