Rethinking educational continuity through participatory action-research and professional development pathways. Case Study Italy

Balduzzi, Lucia and Lazzari, Arianna (2019) Rethinking educational continuity through participatory action-research and professional development pathways. Case Study Italy. University of Bologna. DOI 10.6092/unibo/amsacta/6223. [Dataset]
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Abstract

This report illustrates the findings of the Italian case study carried out within the START project.The project – which was designed for promoting a renewed reflection on the issue of educational continuity in the light of the new regulatory scenarios outlined by Law 107/2015 (with specific reference to the establishment of the integrated system 0-6) in the national context, and in the light ET2020 strategy with reference to the European context – is aimed at supporting the educational action of preschool and primary school teachers through the experimentation of innovative practices facilitating children’s smooth transitions from one grade to the next. After briefly outlining the context in which the overall project is located, the present report will focus on the experimentation carried out in the Italian case study, which involved university researchers at the Department of Educational Sciences of Bologna University and pre- and primary school teachers of DD Vignola in a shared action-research and professional development pathway.

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Balduzzi, LuciaUniversità di Bologna - Dipartimento Scienze dell'Educazione0000-0002-3934-9416
Lazzari, AriannaUniversità di Bologna - Dipartimento Scienze dell'Educazione0000-0001-6710-4515
Keywords
Educational continuity - preschool - primary school - Ricerca-Formazione
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03 Sep 2019 12:05
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04 Sep 2019 08:19
Project name
START - A Good Start for All: Sustaining Transitions Across the Early Years
Funding program
Commissione Europea (Agenzia Nazionale Slovena CMEPIUS) - Erasmus+ Programme
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