LIBRI DI CATIA GIACONI

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Vinicio Albanesi

Welfare umano

Una comunità integrata per accogliere persone

Il volume muove da una sintesi della storia degli ultimi venti secoli di assistenza, cogliendo come, mentre i destinatari siano rimasti sempre i medesimi – poveri, malati, orfani, disabili… –, la forma dell’assistere abbia assunto modalità diverse in relazione al contesto storico e socioculturale. A fronte dell’inadeguatezza delle risposte socio-sanitarie del nostro tempo, parcellizzate e incomunicanti, l’autore mette quindi a tema la dimensione comunitaria quale spazio e tempo per un innovativo welfare umano.

cod. 1750.37

Catia Giaconi, Noemi Del Bianco

L'Escluso

Storie di resilienza per non vivere infelici e scontenti

Puntando sul potenziale euristico e formativo delle narrazioni, il volume offre diversi percorsi di approfondimento all’interno del complesso scenario della pedagogia speciale: dallo studio delle famiglie con disabilità, alla valorizzazione dei processi di autodeterminazione e di emancipazione delle persone con disabilità, alla promozione dei progetti di vita e delle diverse e possibili traiettorie di senso. Un testo per studenti in formazione – verso la professione di educatore, di docente, di insegnante di sostegno, di pedagogista – o per lettori attenti al “potere” delle storie di vita.

cod. 1750.18

Simone Aparecida Capellini, Catia Giaconi

Conoscere per includere.

Riflessioni e linee operative per professionisti in formazione

Un quadro di riferimento per accedere alle questioni concernenti la definizione, l’identificazione precoce e la valutazione dei Disturbi Specifici di Apprendimento. Un testo utile per gli studenti in formazione, i professionisti in ambito educativo e didattico, i genitori.

cod. 1750.4

Lucio Cottini

L'autismo

La qualità degli interventi nel ciclo di vita

Frutto di un progetto integrato di tipo socio-sanitario, avviato dalla Regione Marche, per la realizzazione di iniziative rivolte all’individuo affetto da autismo e alla sua famiglia, il volume presenta i contenuti di un ampio piano di formazione del personale chiamato a operare nei diversi servizi. Raccoglie inoltre contributi che tendono a inquadrare la patologia alla luce delle più recenti acquisizioni della ricerca e modelli di intervento implementabili nell’intero ciclo di vita.

cod. 1240.2.2

Maura Mengoni, Silvia Ceccacci, Noemi Del Bianco, Ilaria D'Angelo, Francesco Paolo Romeo, Aldo Caldarelli, Simone Aparecida Capellini, Catia Giaconi

Emotional Feedback in evaluation processes: Case studies in the University context

EDUCATION SCIENCES AND SOCIETY

Fascicolo: 2 / 2021

In the face of the growing number of students with disabilities enrolled at the University, it is necessary to rethink the educational and teaching proposals from an inclusive perspective. This necessarily implies careful planning of even one of the most delicate phases of the teaching and learning process for all students: the final exam of a discipline. An event full of expectations and anxieties, very often attention to the construction of a welcoming environment becomes essential to provide the basis for a welcoming atmosphere and success, especially for students with Specific Learning Disorders (SpLDs) or disabilities. Therefore, this contribution, starting from a pilot study conducted by the University of Macerata, analyzes the role of Emotional Feedback in the assessment procedures in university contexts.  

Simone Aparecida Capellini, Isabela Pires Metzner, Noemi Del Bianco, Ilaria D’Angelo, Aldo Caldarelli, Catia Giaconi

Perceptual-visual-motor measures, reading and properties of eye movements of students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

EDUCATION SCIENCES AND SOCIETY

Fascicolo: 1 / 2021

This study is aimed to compare and relate the performance of students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and with good academic performance in the perceptual-visual-motor and reading processes, and to verify the eye movements’ pattern of students with ADHD during reading. Twenty students from primary school, both male and female, and aged between eight and twelve years old, participated in this study. They were divided into two groups: Group I (GI): composed of 20 students with an interdisciplinary diagnosis of ADHD, and Group II (GII): composed of 20 students with an equal good academic performance according to gender, age group and education with GI. All students were submitted to the Reading Processes Assessment protocol (PROLEC), Developmental Test of Visual Perception 3 (DTVP 3). PROLEC text reading test was administered to the students, also through the computer support. During this activity, the Gazepoint GP3 Eye Tracker equipment was used, which records the eye movements and analyses their properties by using the Gazepoint Analysis UX Edition Software for capturing eye movement during reading. These procedures were applied individually with students from both groups. The results were statistically analyzed, and revealed that the difficulties of students with ADHD in the reading processes could be justified by the perceptual-visual-motor deficit, and the shorter fixing time for capturing the information of each word read. This compromises the ability to identify and decode words, leading to difficulty in accessing meaning at the level of words and texts.

Gigliola Paviotti, Ilaria D’Angelo, Simone Aparecida Capellini, Catia Giaconi

Inclusion in university contexts and the role of internships in the education of students with disabilities: Critical issues, perspectives and good practices

EDUCATION SCIENCES AND SOCIETY

Fascicolo: 1 / 2021

The topic of university inclusion is today at the centre of the international and national debate. The reasons are related to a significant increase in the number of students with disabilities enrolled in university, as shown by the first report "Disability, Dsa and access to university education", presented these days by ANVUR (Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of the University system and Research) and CNUDD (National Conference of University Delegates for Disability). From this report, several steps forward for the inclusion of university students emerge, but also several critical dimensions that still require the attention of research and academic policies. This article will examine this issue and focus on exploring one of the critical nodes of university inclusion, namely the role of internships in the educational experience of students with disabilities and in their life project. A growing literature has explored their academic experience; on the contrary, there is little research to date that explores the issues and challenges of a central aspect of the higher education and training pathway, namely internships. Completing the study pathway in higher education is identified as a factor that can impact increasing the social and employment inclusion of people with disabilities (Union of Equality Strategy for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities) and consequent improvement of levels of Quality of Life (Giaconi, 2015). However, one of the main obstacles to obtaining a qualification is the accessibility of internships. This article addresses the meaning and implications of internships for competences’ building and insertion into the labour market of disabled graduates. Therefore, it explores the state of play of research, identifies the most critical issues, and reports about the running debate in the field.

Catia Giaconi, Noemi Del Bianco

La pedagogia speciale incontra gli Atleti con disabilità

Riletture, riflessioni epistemologiche e percorsi per la Qualità della Vita

Il volume raccoglie storie di atleti con disabilità e porta alla luce i valori trasformativi dello sport nei loro progetti di vita. Puntando sul potenziale euristico e formativo delle narrazioni, i curatori offrono diversi percorsi di approfondimento all’interno dello scenario della Pedagogia speciale. Un testo consigliato sia a studenti in formazione verso la professione di educatore, pedagogista, docente, insegnante di sostegno, sia a professionisti già in servizio.

cod. 1750.33

Roberta Caldin, Catia Giaconi

Pedagogia speciale, famiglie e territori

Sfide e prospettive

Il volume raccoglie i contributi di alcuni studiosi della Società Italiana di Pedagogia Speciale (SIPeS) che da tempo conducono i loro studi nell’ambito della Pedagogia speciale e della Didattica speciale e che, in questo testo, condividono con la comunità riflessioni e proposte in merito alle attuali sfide e prospettive che la Pedagogia speciale oggi deve affrontare nel riflettere su nuove reti per l’inclusione.

cod. 1750.31

Roberta Caldin, Catia Giaconi

Disabilità e cicli di vita.

Le famiglie tra seduttivi immaginari e plausibili realtà

Il volume presenta le riflessioni di autorevoli studiosi della Società Italiana di Pedagogia Speciale (SIPeS) sui temi connessi al complesso processo di presa in carico di famiglie con figli/e con disabilità. I lettori verranno condotti sia all’interno di importanti questioni pedagogiche, sia alla scoperta di procedure e pratiche volte alla costruzione di reti di supporto per le persone con disabilità e per le loro famiglie.

cod. 1750.32

Catia Giaconi, Noemi Del Bianco, Ilaria D'Angelo, Amanda Kraus

New perspectives for Inclusive University Teaching: EduPlan4Inclusion

EDUCATION SCIENCES AND SOCIETY

Fascicolo: 1 / 2020

This paper presents a pilot project, developing at the University of Macerata and of the University Arizona, that is called “EduPlan4Inclusion”, oriented to implement accessibility in academic contents for all students, through the use of technology. The project wants to highlight the possible direction for Universities to balance the demands of an inclusive curriculum to a diverse student cohort within a technology-rich environment. In conclusion, the research proposes in this paper can be used to directly guide the reform of curriculum design and teaching methods in Colleges and Universities, with the aim to activate the possibility of implementing a more shared inclusive culture

Ilaria D'Angelo, Catia Giaconi, Noemi Del Bianco, Vanessa Perry

Students’ Voice and Disability: Ethical and methodological reflections for Special Pedagogy research

EDUCATION SCIENCES AND SOCIETY

Fascicolo: 1 / 2020

Considering the Students’ Voice takes us into a varied international and today also national pedagogical movement. The issue relating to the promotion of Students’ Voice research paths with young people with disabilities is delicate. The authors, after a presentation of the movement, address the important issues of ethics and methodological critical issues in the research paths within the Special Pedagogy. It is important to highlight that also in Special Pedagogy research the focus must be not just to ‘listening the students voice’, but also to help students to become ‘change agents’, because they are the potential of transformation.

Simone Aparecida Capellini, Gabriela Franco dos Santos Liporaci, Isabela Pires Metzner, Noemi Del Bianco, Ilaria D'Angelo, Arianna Taddei, Catia Giaconi

Speed and pressure of handwriting as critical issues of the contemporary age: A research in Italian students in early literacy

EDUCATION SCIENCES AND SOCIETY

Fascicolo: 1 / 2020

Among the present critical issues that pedagogy and special teaching have to deal with it is possible to notice the contrast between writing and technology, up to the pertinent field of prevention and observation of dysgraphies. The authors present in the following article a study conducted in Italy aimed at evaluating writing, specifically in the speed and pressure parameters in early literacy using NeuroScript Movalyzer Software. The aim is to implement suitable research paths to support the dissemination of observation procedures and inclusive teaching practices, capable of enhancing the fluidity of writing by all students.

Atti del convegno tenutosi a Macerata il 3-4 aprile del 2019, focalizzato su taluni grandi motivi di parziale o totale ‘esclusione’ dagli studi di settori rilevanti della popolazione italiana: la condizione economica e sociale, la discriminante di genere e la presenza di disabilità. Il tentativo è quello di chiarire i tempi e le ragioni per cui, nell’arco dei circa 150 anni della nostra storia unitaria, nel sistema formativo del nostro Paese si sia passati dall’affermazione di una marcata volontà di limitazione degli accessi, al graduale prevalere di una ‘cultura dell’inclusione’ e di una concezione dell’istruzione e della scuola come precipuo fattore di equità e di promozione sociale.

cod. 11583.1

Maria Beatriz Rodrigues, Tatiane Martins Cruz Pirotti, Catia Giaconi, Noemi Del Bianco

Young people with disabilities and infinite worlds: Potential for a transdisciplinary reflection

EDUCATION SCIENCES AND SOCIETY

Fascicolo: 2 / 2019

The paper presents a transdisciplinary reflection on emergencies that young people with disabilities find themselves in today. Compared to the population of young people and university students, those with disabilities have a greater risk of having "limited worlds" to experience themselves as adults. In this paper, we will consider one of the most difficult dimensions: work and job inclusion. It uses a case study in a productive organisation focused on recognising the capacity to work of intellectually impaired persons. The process of labour inclusion through apprenticeship transcends purely technical questions and brings reflections on the concept of hospitality. The paper concludes that education is a powerful tool to promote important themes of social cohabitation and to build real opportunities to the youngsters to experiment themselves in the role of adults.

Catia Giaconi, Simone Aparecida Capellini, Giorgio Trentin, Maria Beatriz Rodrigues, Federica Angelelli, Sofia Cestola, Chiara Marresi, Ilaria D'Angelo

Inclusione e Università: il progetto "dislessia e lingua cinese"

EDUCATION SCIENCES AND SOCIETY

Fascicolo: 1 / 2019

The aim of the contribution is to highlight university inclusion paths that offer educational opportunities and university life.Specifically, the next article outlines a training path for a group of students with and without dyslexia, dealing with learning the Chinese language.The project made it possible to experiment innovative paths of Chinese language teaching and to detect the major errors of Italian students with dyslexia and those without dyslexia in learning the Chinese language.

Catia Giaconi, Simone Aparecida Capellini, Noemi Del Bianco, Arianna Taddei, Ilaria D'Angelo

Study Empowerment for inclusion

EDUCATION SCIENCES AND SOCIETY

Fascicolo: 2 / 2018