ENCYCLOPAIDEIA

ISSN: 1590-492X

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    Promoting Ethics for Citizenship: Potential of an Educative Research on Friendship in Primary School.Rosi Bombieri - 2024 - ENCYCLOPAIDEIA 28 (68):57-73.
    The ethical and community challenges that the current society poses to new generations are proving to be increasingly complex. Therefore, the role of schools in identifying effective proposals aimed at fostering the harmonious growth of students as individuals and as global citizens has become crucial. In line with this need, an educative and research project that focused on friendship as an ethical virtue was set up, aimed at promoting ethics for citizenship at a primary school. The project was conducted according (...)
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    The Literature ‘from’ Childhood: A New Epistemological Frontier with which to Read and Look at Books for Children.Simone di Biasio - 2024 - ENCYCLOPAIDEIA 28 (68):75-84.
    The paper investigates, first of all, the epistemological status of one of the most elusive, yet vital, genres of literature, that aimed at childhood and adolescence. The “for” or “of” with which reference is made to the literature also known as ” youth” risks, in fact, to preserve the status quo of a discipline that has struggled (and still struggles) to find its own validity and legitimacy, discounted over time with an “invisibility” or a derubrication to derivative literature, secondary, weak (...)
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    Philippe Meirieu, Quale educazione per salvare la democrazia? Dalla libertà di pensare alla costruzione di un mondo comune, edizione italiana a cura di Enrico Bottero, Armando, Roma, ISBN: 1259844560, 208 pp., 2023. [REVIEW]Gemma Errico - 2024 - ENCYCLOPAIDEIA 28 (68):85-87.
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    Fostering Education and Combating Educational Poverty. A Matter of Paradigms?Simona Finetti - 2024 - ENCYCLOPAIDEIA 28 (68):29-41.
    Educational practices are affected by the dominant paradigm in the belonging context, which influences the representation of the human being, the idea and the purposes of education. Consequently, as a connecting science between the human sciences, pedagogy is called upon to be a critical instance. This article examines the issue of educational poverty — and of possible actions to prevent and combat it — in light of the cultural frameworks in which it is conceived. The responses to variations of the (...)
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    The Formation of Students’ Competencies during their Participation in Competitions of Applied Scientific Researches.Oleg N. Galaktionov, Yuriy V. Sukhanov, Aleksey S. Vasilyev, Artur S. Kozyr & Yelena A. Kempy - 2024 - ENCYCLOPAIDEIA 28 (68):15-27.
    The relevance of the problem under study is due to the need to improve the practical skills and competencies of students in the course of training in order to prepare them for competition with other job seekers in employment. In this regard, this article is aimed at identifying the expediency of students’ participation in competitive selections and grants as a factor that creates conditions for effective practice-oriented learning. The leading method for the study of this problem is a pedagogical experiment, (...)
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    The Value of Risk in the Outdoor Educational Experience.Milena Masseretti & Michela Schenetti - 2024 - ENCYCLOPAIDEIA 28 (68):43-55.
    Starting from a phenomenological reflection, the contribution deals with the theme of risk as an aspect inseparable from human nature, as uncertainty and precariousness are constitutive parts of the existence itself. Reflecting on the concept of beneficial risk and the role that education, adults and the whole society should have with regard to risk, it is highlighted how, on the contrary, overprotection generates negative effects in the long run. This conviction is supported by researches involving overprotective parents’ children, or the (...)
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    The Phenomenologically Oriented Vignette: A Narrative Tool for Qualitative Empirical Research.Cinzia Zadra & Evi Agostini - 2024 - ENCYCLOPAIDEIA 28 (68):1-14.
    Vignette research is a phenomenological approach that attempts to access the experiential basis of knowledge by examining lifeworlds in educational or social contexts, going ‘to the things themselves’ (Husserl). The vignette methodology enables researchers to capture their own experiences with the experiences of others as they occur in the field by adopting a stance of ‘co-experiential experience’. The vignette aims to provide a depiction of pedagogical events as close as possible to lived experience. The focus is on experiential circumstances that (...)
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