PEDAGOGY OF MOVEMENT AND CORPOREALITY
The general aim of the course is the development of knowledges on issues regarding body and corporeality according to a pedagogical perspective. More specifically, the course aims at developing educational skills in those professionals who work directly with the body and movement. The fundamental aim is to develop systemic expertise taking into account subjects, contexts and activities proposed, in order to plan and manage educational practices in the field of sports and physical education.
The student should possess the basic principles of General pedagogy
The course includes the general outline of the pedagogy of body and movement, with particular reference to the concepts of body/corporeality and all those educational relationships which see them at the core of the educational process. Lived-body becomes the pedagogical interpretation through which read again movement and sports practices. This perspective, running from a mechanistic visions of body-object and body-organism, emphasize a formative perspective that put in the foreground the expression and emancipation components of the bodly Self.
All contents will be analyzed with relational and participatory methodology in order to demonstrate "live" as the study of the discipline is to investigate possibilities and limits of educational relationships. Reflection on one's own and others' experience will be of fundamental priority to develop skills of analysis of oneself, of others and of the relationship itself.
All contents can be found in the textbook. In particular, it constitute a fundamental part of the exam program:
SARSINI D., Il corpo in occidente. Pratiche pedagogiche, Carocci Faber, Roma, 2013.
CUNTI A. (a cura di), Sfide dei corpi. Identità, Corporeità, Educazione, FrancoAngeli, Milano, 2016.
All slides and study materials useful for exam preparation and presented during the course are available on the University's website whose link is:
Access to the platform students can be made using the same credentials of the University's web services.
Oral exam to verify the learning process of the student regarding content and objectives of the course
Prof. Antonia Cunti receives students at her studio at 40 Medina Street in Naples.
"A" staircase, first floor, room 26. You can make an appointment by sending an e-mail to: