Mercadante teachers Laboratory of Italian Writing in the Faculty
of Letters and Philosophy of the
in the dream, every of us "experiences"
own native identity, although this happens by
changes of meanings and secondary elaborations,
so in the writing, the writing-Ego breaks up
the faces of protagonists and deuteragonists
and, little by little, self-recomposes in the
final climax. To say “it is red”
it is not the same that to say “it seems
me red”. Does a brain say the same
things that a machine would say, if it
Camilla Pasqualini, graduate in Pedagogy and currently Infancy School
teacher, has an ample formation and experience related to the application
of the computer tools to the didactics and she has elaborated numerous
projects for the Infancy and Primary School; from many years conducts
formation courses for teachers on the relationship between multimedia and
teaching. She collaborates besides with the journal of updating and
didactics for teachers of the Infancy School «Progetto
This run, using as conductor thread an imaginary «Fairyland»,
very first conjugates the use of the New Technologies with the Globality
of languages (conceived by Stefania Guerra Lisi). This method, applying
the theory of the four elements (air, water, earth and fire), becomes
essential to read the bodily-sensory history of every child and, therefore,
to enter his world, listening to him and sustaining him.
The text suggests variegated stimulations and
experiences that use different languages, departing from those
bodily-sensory until those multimedia, using the dance, the gesture, the
song, the sound, the painting, the sculpture, the image, the word ... for
seeking and valorising the everybody communicative resources.
The common denominator and the elaboration of every
experience through the computer - in cooperation with the teacher - and
the creation (documented minutely with operational suggestions and
numerous colour images) of a managed by the children themselves
multimedia, that it tells the adventurous voyage in the Fairyland and it
is very useful, besides, to stimulate the learning of the read-writing.
It is therefore a valid didactic tool, that will give
amazing results in the development of social competences, perceptive,
cognitive and meta-cognitive, but also of the self-esteem and of the self
and other’s perception . And besides useful to the adult for a reading
of the expressive and communicative behaviours, of the psycho-motorial
development and of the creativeness of children.
The project is also proper to children suffering from cognitive, behavioural or language difficulties, and it caters to teachers of the Infancy and Primary School (first classes), to auxiliary teachers, to students and trainees in Sciences of the Primary Formation and to parents".
Del Cerro publisher)
Andrea Mannucci teachers Pedagogy of the community and Pedagogy of the marginality and the deviance in the Faculty of Sciences of Formation at the University of Florence
western culture, still today, often is inclined «to halve» the
individual teaching him from an early age that intelligence is one thing
and emotions are another, that the body is separated from the mind for
substance and importance.
new volume, which reverts and widens the precedent To communicate with
the mind and the body enriching it with numerous essays and updating,
thinks over the role of the bodily and emotional dimension in different
ambits of the life (particularly in educational and therapeutic field), in
the perspective of redefining a methodological approach that recognizes to
the individual a character of oneness.
numerous essays here collected, different for ambit but united by the fil
rouge of an original pedagogic and formative thinking, are structured
in three thematic sections. The first one investigates the emotional
aspect in a historical and philosophical perspective through the
anthropology, the art and the psychoanalytic theory.
second section, instead, particularly pays attention to the value of the
emotionalism and the bodily expression in relationship to the disability:
it for instance speaks of sexuality and affectivity, of sport, of
third one, at last carries out a meaningful close examination on the
autobiography, - as tool of expression, but also didactic-methodological -
and proposes a reading of the
binomial body-mind, also through an analysis of the cinema production on
the contributions curl on thematic meaningful from the pedagogic,
philosophical, experiential, with references to cultural aspects and
epistemological and with ample reasoned bibliographies that offers
important cues for elaborations and researches. The volume results
therefore useful to the teachers, researchers and final-year university
students in Sciences of the Formation, Psychology, Social Service just as
to the teachers, to the professional educators, to the psychologists and
the social operators
(by Del Cerro publisher)
Julia Kristeva was born in Bulgaria in 1941, she works in France from 1966 and teachers in the university Paris VII.
has not stuck to any feminist group, also using elements of the Marxism,
of the elaboration of Freud and Lacan and of the method post-structuralist
for her works of philosophy of the language and literature. She has
published many essays.
"There is in the abjectness a violent and
dark revolt of the being against all that threatens it and seems to come
from an exorbitant out or inside, thrown next to the possible, the
tolerable, the thinkable. Very near but inassimilable”. With these words the author starts her analysis on
the abjectness that she tackles from different points of view. In the
historical dimension, through the Greek mythology, in the art, as in the
work of characters as Dostoevskij, Céline, Proust, Borges, Artaud, Joyce,
Scoto and Bataille.
The starting job to a person with mental disability requires a formative route that has to attentively be projected and
modulated on the individual.
SIGN TO SYMBOL
by Luigi Prosdocimo
The teaching a work is not only "a teaching to
do"; fundamental it is in fact that the person has acquired the
awareness of the mechanisms and the goal of what he is doing: a badly
planned approach, without reference to the cognitive processes and to the
times of learning, it will end up furnishing "not assimilable"
and therefore superficial contents and therefore making one
"skilled" to under dimensioned assignments with reference to the
real potentialities of the individual.
The author - on the base of thirty years of experience
in the job with disabled people - applies
such principle to the management of a handicraft laboratory inside an
Educative Occupational Diurnal Center, documenting in detail the planning,
the activities, the methodology, the theoretical references.
He illustrates as is possible to program formative
interventions that allow the disabled person to perceive completely an
assignment and to give meaning to his/her solution, hooking step by step
new applications to what he/she has already learned to do, avoiding so
frustration and refusal. It is, in the specific of the creative
laboratory, a matter of developing - through the practice - the mental
activity of the figuration or the ability to build one’s - abstract
-mental image of an object, so that he/she can understand the structure
and be able to reproduce it in more and more articulated forms.
The training to abstract reasoning, to resolve
problems, to manage a technique it is
basilar for transcending the working experience and positively
influencing many aspects of the life. The job to be learned so acts as
much didactic guide as global formative objective.
The theoretical and operational indications that this
book furnishes can be exported in different contexts and they will be
shown profits to operators, professional educators, auxiliary teachers,
planners of the formation.
ceramist, has attended numerous contests and statement in prestigious
shows among others the International Biennal Exhibition of Art in Venice
and the International Contest of Gualdo Tadino. For thirty years it deals
him with occupational therapy and art-therapy with reference to disabled
people and he conducts formation activity for operators in this sector. He
has planned and still conducts the Educational Occupational Diurnals
Centers of the Cooperative Madonna dei Miracoli in Motta di Livenza (TV),
inside which he has matured his educational project
should deal with the language and the psychoanalysis with the unconscious,
but if it occurs also the reverse then things become truly interesting ...
«If the nine hundred have seen the birth of linguistics and psychoanalysis, today Michel Arrivé weaves them going along the search of the principal studious of linguistics and psychoanalysis. Everyone is found, speaking, to err, to be wrong, to make mistakes, to forget, to dream; nobody always has the off-the-shelf language, rather the use involves ambiguity and misunderstanding. For thirty years Arrivé has studied the relationships between language and unconscious» (by the Publisher).
«To face the problems of the relationships between linguistics and psychoanalysis, therefore between language and unconscious, I have followed - in succession - two methods. The first has a historical character. In the cross history of both, in fact, it is easy to glimpse two currents: Freud and - through Lacan - Saussure in the field of the linguistics and Pichon (who together with Damourette dominates the linguistics and the psychoanalysis in France between the two wars) in the connection operated by Lacan to the work of Freud. The second has a more theoretical character, referable to three matters: the problem of the opposite sense of words, privileged place for the confrontation between the approach of linguists and that of psychoanalysts; the lacanian reflection on the different objects cut off by the negation; finally the theme of style, as practised and theorized by Lacan. All that, as per a vast and segmented list of questions, introduced by a descriptive chapter on the theoretical landscape of the relationships between linguistics and psychoanalysis» (excerpt from the foreword by M. Arrivé)
Arrivé teaches linguistics in the University of Paris-Nanterre.
On the front page, a Aleksej Vasil'ěvic's work.
RUPTURE OF TIME
Areas examined include:
Tra Storia, Mito e Leggenda
by Tommaso Spadaro
©1998 - Rotary Club Marsala
Tusa affirms, for a complete understanding of an archaeological
zone, specially in front of complexes as Mozia or Selinunte,
archaeology is not enough, the aid is necessary of other fields of study. Tommaso
Spadaro doesn't only describes the historical events concerning Mozia,
from the epoch of its foundation by the Phoenician to more
recent times, but it also enriches them with the narration of its
mythological "events", if nothing else for the fact that
the myth-poesies produced by a place and by the culture that permeates it,
as yet Vincezo Tusa underlines, is the fruit of an
imagination which however has also a notable valence on the same
edited by Antimo Negri
G. V. F. Hegel
Roma - Bari 1971
two days - Hegel says - Jesus recommenced his walk toward Galilee. During
his trip he exhorted men to
the internal transformation: "not you count on another ... improve
you: then you will bring the kingdom of God.
It is a kingdom where whole, beautiful, dialectical men live. And they are men that realize a living community: the reverse of the bourgeois society where the "beautiful relationships" miss and they are in force mechanical customs cursed by Christ in this work.
by Tommaso Spadaro
we admire the shine, the natural beauties, the colours, that the Stagnone
offers to the visitor, and we stay from there spellbound.
If we make back some footstep us we understand that it, through its development, in its long existence, during the centuries, it has had a particular evolution, because of the continuous erosion of the sea and the action of the rivers, many today disappeared.
imagine the time when the Egadi islands were attached to the
dry land. and the following separation, we imagines still the earth’s
crumbling partly absorbed by the sea and partly resurfaced in more points,
so much to be formed islands, islets, rock-cliffs and, all together, a
long barrier, and so to close a big extension of sea...
Stagnone's image (Photo by Irene Parinello)