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ORIENTAMENTI: EPISTEMOLOGIE E PRATICHE FORMATIVE PER GOVERNARE IL CAMBIAMENTO NELLA SOCIETÀ COMPLESSA

Le ricerche, le riflessioni, le pratiche formative degli ultimi decenni hanno contribuito a ridefinire radicalmente la teoria-prassi dell’orientamento per l’intero corso della vita, nella molteplicità dei suoi luoghi e delle sue esperienze. In tal senso, parlare oggi di orientamento, nella società del cambiamento permanente, comporta la necessità di sottolinearne la natura complessa e sistemica, sia sul piano della legittimazione teorica, sia su quello della prassi concreta. Ciò al fine di meglio caratterizzarne l’identità, i compiti, le funzioni e i metodi. All’orientamento è affidato il compito di “sostenere” le persone nelle continue transizioni che si trovano a fronteggiare, trasformandole da situazioni di rischio a occasioni di crescita ed emancipazione personale, professionale, sociale.

 

Table of contents - Year II - Number 1

 

Editorial

– Being able to orientation in the society of  "wandering" and permanent transformability

by Isabella Loiodice


Arguments
– School is not enough

by Franco Frabboni


Essays
– Socio-pedagogical dimensions of output guidance with particular reference to the issue of dialogue between University and Enterprise

by Giuditta Alessandrini

 

– Formation and people's welfare. Towards a new social contract

by Umberto Margiotta

 

– Guidance as education to transition. Avoiding to be “crushed” by the change

by Isabella Loiodice

 

– The development of creativity: an essential educational goal in today's society

by Ainhoa Gomez Pintado

 

– Knowing Tomorrow. Orientation through the arts

by Maria D'Ambrosio

 

– Education aimed to guide the subject in the complex world

by Marina De Nicolò

 

– Promotion of strategic skills for self-orientation in high school: a proposal of online tools for self-assessment

by Massimo Margottini & Paola Pavoni

 

– Guidance to the test of contemporaneity

by Federico Batini

 

– Guidance and Training

by Raffaella Biagioli

 

– Change of university studies: reorientation as a second chance

by Giuseppe Carci

 

– Training to wisdom and new skills: the orienting function of the teacher

by Daniela Dato

 

– For an adult and sustainable Self: project-biographical methodologies

by Maria Ermelinda De Carlo

 

– Getting lost in the stories. Between orientation and disorientation

by Ilaria Filograsso

 

– Orienting female children to Science. The role of Educational institutions

by Anna Grazia Lopez

 

– Don Quixote and “that kickback for the kneecap”. A case of art as a “meta-orientation” to research and action

by Antonia Chiara Scardicchio

 

– The over 45 top professionals' crisis. Profiles of Guidance: the contribution of  expertises balance

by Paolo Serreri

 

–  “Reasoned” autobiography, recognitions, orientation

by Alessio Surian

 

Ex ordium

– The School: evaluation process as a tool to re-orient the practices and training routes

by Laura Bellomo

 

– Educational disorientation and pedagogical advice. Some coordinates for intervention

by Rossana Brambilla

 

– Orienting and self-orienting by 'fairy-taling' in hospital

by Rossella Caso

 

– Guidance for romá

by Gianluca Di Giovine

 

– The need for valuing and orienting educational practices of teachers

by Rossella D'Ugo

 

– Orientation in view of permanent education

by Stefania Fiorentino

 

– ‘Reasoned’ autobiography: a tool for guidance and facilitation of adults in lifelong learning by Davide Lago

 

–  Guidance and Family Consultories

by Erica Mancini

 

– Guidance: a pedagogical challenge of contemporary world

by Laura Selmo

 

– Intercultural guidance and training for general practitioner

by Pasquale Renna

 

– The ‘flowing’ guidance. Epistemological and methodological reflections about the installation of devices in aesthetic guidance

by Alessia Vitale

 

Formalex
– From Law n° 509 to New Statutes. Ten years of orientation within the Reform of University

by Luigi Traetta

 

Sources

- Origin Of The Treatment And Training Of Idiots
by  É. Séguin

 

Good practices

– We are looking for talents. A guidance experience to higher education in secondary high school in Naples and its province

by Maura Striano & Stefano Oliverio

 

– Questions as a unit of the dialogue in the process of the didactic communication

by Ewa Kochanowska

 

– Good practices for school-university guidance. The project called “orienting by cultural hubs” organized by the secondary school “Liceo Classico O. Flacco” in Bari

by Loredana Perla & Antonio D'Itollo

 

– University guidance and e-learning: E-start project by Faculty of Agrarian Studies and Faculty of Educational Sciences of University of Studies of Foggia (Italy)

by Annamaria De Santis

 

– The Peer Tutoring college guidance. Strengths and weaknesses

by Concetta La Rocca

 

– The right fit

by Maurizio Salvarani & Luca Malagoli

 

– University orientation: Practices promoted by Faculty of Education – University of Genoa

by Antonella Lotti, Alessandra Modugno, Fabrizio Bracco, Andreina Bruno