Formare alle competenze trasversali nella Higher Education: L’esperienza del corso ‘Ricerca nel lavoro educativo’

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Training in transversal skills in Higher Education: The experience of the 'Research in educational work' course

Cristina Lisimberti*

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Abstract

The paper focuses on so-called “transversal skills” university training. The reflection on the topic confirmed the importance to take care of and promote processes that accompany students towards the progressive consolidation of non-cognitive skills along the entire training path. Therefore, transversal skills training is still an open yard. The contribution assumes the point of view of the university teacher urged to experiment methods of teaching and evaluation which can support such learning in a methodological area course. The use of a specific evaluation device confirmed what has already been recognized in the literature: the active teaching methods promote the acquisition of transversal skills. Skills relating to teamwork and problem solv-ing were particularly empowered after the course; using Life Skills Ability Scale also allowed students to bal-ance the acquired skills while soliciting self-evaluation competence.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Training in transversal skills in Higher Education: The experience of the 'Research in educational work' course
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)108-116
Number of pages9
JournalFORMAZIONE & INSEGNAMENTO
VolumeXXI
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Keywords

  • competenze trasversali
  • competenze metodologiche
  • didattica universitaria
  • valutazione
  • life skills ability scale
  • transferable skills
  • methodological skills
  • Higher education
  • evaluation

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