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DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2021.03.006

Methodological Assumptions in the Scope of the Teaching of History

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Nicola Maria Camerlengo

PhD student, Department of Prehistory and Antiquity Sciences, University of Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain.

*Corresponding author: Nicola Maria Camerlengo

Abstract

The exposition of the article in question focuses particularly on the problematic of the teacher relating first to the function of the transmission, then of learning, by the student, of the historical episode momentarily considered, no longer visualized and assumed in the “factum”. In itself, as well as in the meaning expressed in it, which goes beyond the event itself, visualizing himself above all through moments of reflection, dialogue and criticism. Inside, we first contemplate the “schematic representation of the pedagogical encyclopedia” by A. Visalberghi, revisited on the occasion by the author, in a didactic historical key, with, in addition, the description of some educational processes contemplated within the methodological structure IHD by R. Cattell. Many projects can be adopted by the teacher: in this circumstance two will be underlined, attributed to Mazzotta M. and Professor Ferrone AM. Both scholars, pedagogues, while differentiating themselves in the different passages, aim to bring out the problematic nature of the topic taken under consideration, also historical in our circumstance, temporally structuring a series of situations that from the dialogue, even casual, between the emerging actors (teachers and students), gradually consolidate into several episodes, later concrete and causal, structured in different topics and nuances. At the laboratory level, numerous activities will be created, even unusual ones, rich in different objectives and particularities, in the proposal of new didactic “opportunities” various in the interdisciplinary composition.

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Author’s note. Clearly, with reference to the historical content proposal, the future teacher will deepen, on the merits, those disciplines already indicated in the various study plans offered by universities. These institutions, for the first three sectors, will extrapolate some of them considered by them to be more interesting, therefore mandatory. The others, suggested by me and included in the “schematic representation of the pedagogical encyclopedia revisited in a historical-didactic key”, are proposed here, very humbly, as a further moment of analysis and reflection.

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How to cite this paper

Methodological Assumptions in the Scope of the Teaching of History

How to cite this paper: Nicola Maria Camerlengo. (2021). Methodological Assumptions in the Scope of the Teaching of History. The Educational Review, USA5(3), 70-75.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2021.03.006

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