CORPOREALITY EDUCATION AND GAME METHODOLOGY 1Module LABORATORY OF METHODOLOGIES AND TECHNIQUES OF PLAY AND ANIMATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD
Academic Year 2022/2023 - Teacher: DANIELA CARDILLO
Expected Learning Outcomes
Carrying out the work through an interdependent methodology, cross-cuttingly embracing numerous issues related to the teaching approach in the early childhood school. Group work in cooperative learning is accompanied by the teacher at all stages and the clarifications and theoretical contributions are shared during the lesson, especially in the closure, through a path of sharing participation.
Attendance of Lessons
Detailed Course Content
The workshop aims to provide basic skills for the design of play and/or recreational activities
At the end of the Course students will be able to carry out strategies and activities that promote play and animation in educational contexts, with particular reference to childhood.
The formative, educational and relational functions that foster the development of cognitive and social areas, stimulating creative and motor skills in the group will be examined.
The workshop will be aimed at analysing the play experience in pre-school age from a practical point of view. The aim will be to explore the educational potential hidden in play, as well as to exercise critical thinking on the formative and transformative value of play.
A number of evaluation techniques will be discussed and the group will be encouraged to deal independently with further insights in the field of play and animation methodologies and techniques.
The classes include and promote interdependent interventions, through which real experiences and motivating examples are identified.
A festive thought
Edited by Elena Corte, Sara De Poi, Claudia Giudici, Vea Vecchi, Annamaria Contini 2022, 216 pagg - ISBN 978-88-85508-03-3
|1||The game as a metaphor and model||-|
|2||The relationship between playing and learning in early childhood||-|
|3||Games and creativity in pre-school contexts||-|
|4||Diversity in the classroom in a recreational context||-|
Learning Assessment Procedures
Examples of frequently asked questions and / or exercises
Inclusion, metacognition, creativity, autonomy, diversity, sensorial stimulation, empathy, cooperation, etc.