Background: This work refers to the university experience in teaching at the Specialist Degree Course in Editorial, Public and Social Information Science at the University of Bari and to the research work within C.I.R.La.G.E. on the phenomenological prerequisite which make recognisable the communication phenomenon in the constitutive terms of communicative relationship. Training to the phenomenological attitude through the “University Group-interactive Teaching” (DUGI) allows: to recognise the constitutive process of relationship subtending the communication; to detect, on each occasion, the risks of automatisms intrinsic to the standard models of communications. Method: The DUGI takes roots in Jane Abercrombie’s innovative “Reticular interactive didactics”. Professor at the University College in London in the 50s, Jane Abercrombie borrows the group-analytic new paradigm developed by Sigmund Foulkes, from the psychological filed to the training-educational one. This new teaching approach was introduced in 1992 to the University of Bari at the Faculty of Educational Sciences by Professor of Philosophy and Epistemology of Human Sciences Maria Giordano. Results and Conclusions: This work introduces the phenomenological analysis of constitutive and relational elements of the communication subtending training and learning in the university field and the outcomes concerning the operational repercussions on methodological innovation.
|Titolo:||Training to the phenomenological attitude. Experience and innovation of the “University Group-interactive teaching" - Didattica universitaria gruppo - interattiva (D.U.G.I.) - at the University of Bari|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|