Step 5 - Motivate students to move through these processes

Questions were defined during the lessons and divulged by website to allow all students to follow the pedagogical debate.

Students who were able to attend the lessons were asked to contact their colleagues and convey the mission to get in touch with the instructor and make and agreement about at least one presence in class in order to share with all the result of their study in progress.

Study learning was guided with follow-on assignments as follows:

1. Read the first chapter of the book of General Pedagogy and extrapolate the "evidences", that is the key points of the discourse.

2. Read the first chapter of the classic/contemporary and extrapolate the evidence.

3. Link the two contexts of the two books, underlining parallels and/or differences.


Questions assigned in the classroom during the lesson of 20.03.2018 regarding the understanding of the first chapter of the PG book.


1. What is the first chapter of the book of General Pedagogy about?

2. From reading the first chapter, how can one demonstrate that pedagogy has reached a condition of autonomy with respect to theology and philosophy?

3. How can the systematic formalization of the "pedagogical" be demonstrated?


Questions to be delivered on 26.03.2018

  1. After reading the first chapter of the book of PG and the first chapter of the classic / contemporary, write a small glossary containing the identifying words of the pedagogy (ten words for the PG book and ten words for the classic / contemporary).


Decoding the Disciplines Laboratory of General Pedagogy

1. Bottleneck to learning

A description of the Multiplier Event and Decoding the Disciplines Workshop held within the Laboratory of General Pedagogy.

Resource submitted by Prof. Dr. Sandra Chistolini, Universita degli Studi Tre, Rome, Italy