Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope"

Teaching schedule

Academic year: 
2018/2019
Belonging course: 
Course of Master's Degree Programme on MOVEMENT SCIENCES FOR PREVENTION AND WELLBEING
Disciplinary sector: 
SOCIOLOGY OF CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION (SPS/08)
Credits: 
6
Year of study: 
1
Teachers: 
Cycle: 
First Semester
Hours of front activity: 
48

Language

Italian

Course description

The main objective of the course is to reflect on some central issues in the contemporary socio-educational debate with particular reference to the area of educational relationship aimed to promoting wellbeing and quality of life.

Prerequisites

- general and social pedagogy
- relational and identity dynamics in the contemporary psycho-socio-educational debate

Syllabus

Aims and Objectives:
The course reflects on some central topics in the contemporary socio-educational debate with particular reference to the field of educational relationships aimed at promoting well-being and quality of life.
This objective will be pursued through the acquisition of theories, models, methodologies and techniques of educational intervention and care addressed to recipients of the professional intervention of the specialist in prevention and well-being (LM-67)

Contents:
The course will develop contents aimed to understand:
• the theoretical and conceptual foundations of the "pedagogy of the relationship"
• the nature of the different relationships: knowing oneself, the world and others
• methodological approaches useful for establishing effective relationships for care and well-being
• how to relate to act in the contexts of corporeity and movement
• how to operate in the professional sectors of motor and sport activities to promote a project of authentic well-being in health.

Teaching methodology:
All the contents of the study will be analyzed using participatory and relational methodology in order to demonstrate "in vivo" how the study of the discipline consists in tracing "relationalally effective" solutions that enhance both the individual and the collective dimensions of the teaching-learning processes. methodologically based element of the pedagogy of the relationship in the social and health field

Materials and tools for study:
All the proposed contents are traceable in the study texts in particular:
• general part:
M.L., Iavarone, Pedagogy of well-being, FrancoAngeli, Milan, 2011
M.L.Iavarone (edited by), Abitare la corporeità, FrancoAngeli, Milan, 2013 (NEW EDITION)
• monographic part:
M.L.Iavarone (edited by), Sport and motor activity for well-being. Educational and teaching fronts, Bradipolibri, Turin, 2016

Learning outcomes:
(related to the EQF European Qualification Framework)
Knowledge
Advanced knowledge of study, which presupposes a critical understanding of the theories and principles underlying the professional's ability to relate.
Skills
Advanced skills, which demonstrate mastery and ability to solve complex and unpredictable problems in the context of social and health care organizations and psychophysical wellbeing.
Expertise
Manage complex technical / professional activities or projects in fitness, wellness, rehabilitation and care facilities and companies to promote the best possible well-being in relation to patient-client needs.

Assesment criteria:
The assessment of the learning will take place through a final examination consisting of an oral argumentative interview on the whole study program (general part and monographic part).
The evaluation of the final exam will take place taking into account 5 prevailing indicators according to the appropriate evaluation form.

EVALUATION TABLE-GUIDE CARD (Dublin descriptors "EHEA - European Higher Education Area)

Accompanying learning:
Prof. Iavarone receives students every Monday from 9 to 11 at his studio in Via Medina, 40 (NA) scale A, first floor, room 19.
It is possible to call and / or send an e-mail to arrange an appointment outside this day / time.
081-5474789 marialuisa.iavarone@uniparthenope.it
The teacher organizes "study tutorials" through one-to-one and peer-to-peer tutoring arrangements to be arranged by appointment at her office.

1. The pedagogy of the relationship with particular reference to the educational relationship in the sociocare field
2. Psycho-social-educational well-being with particular reference to the sphere of corporeality
3. Motor and sports activities that can promote a project of genuine wellness in health

Teaching Methods

All the contents of the study will be analyzed using participatory and relational methodology in order to demonstrate "in vivo" how the study of the discipline consists in tracing "relationalally effective" solutions that enhance both the individual and the collective dimensions of the teaching-learning processes. methodologically based element of the pedagogy of the relationship in the social and health field

Textbooks

The full text of the following texts is due:
1. M.L., Iavarone, Pedagogia del benessere, FrancoAngeli, Milano, 2011
2. M.L.Iavarone (a cura di), Abitare la corporeità. , FrancoAngeli, Milano, 2013
3. M.L.Iavarone (a cura di), Sport e attività motoria per il benessere. Frontiere formative e didattiche, Bradipolibri, Torino, 2016

Learning assessment

The assessment of the learning will take place through a final examination consisting of an oral argumentative interview on the whole study program (general part and monographic part).
The evaluation of the final exam will take place taking into account 5 prevailing indicators according to the appropriate evaluation form.
EVALUATION TABLE-GUIDE CARD (Dublin descriptors "EHEA - European Higher Education Area)

More information

Prof. Iavarone receives students every Monday from 9 to 11 at his studio in Via Medina, 40 (NA) scale A, first floor, room 19.
It is possible to call and / or send an e-mail to arrange an appointment outside this day / time.
081-5474789 marialuisa.iavarone@uniparthenope.it
The teacher organizes "study tutorials" through one-to-one and peer-to-peer tutoring arrangements to be arranged by appointment at her office (Via Medina, 40 (NA) scala A, primo piano, stanza 19).