Teaching methodologies and techniques for biogeosciences

A.Y. 2019/2020
12
Max ECTS
96
Overall hours
SSD
BIO/07 GEO/04
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
The course provides the methods and techniques useful for Earth Sciences and Biosciences education within the secondary school
Expected learning outcomes
Students will acquire competences for what concerne methods and techniques useful for Earth Sciences and Biosciences education within the secondary school (first and second level)
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
A
- Epistemological and methodological foundations of teaching Earth Sciences.
- Methodological approaches for teaching Earth Sciences.
- Laboratory teaching and field experience as a methodology for learning Geosciences.
- Methodologies and teaching technologies for studying the relationship between Earth Sciences and society: environmental education, sustainable use of geological resources, prevention of natural hazards, conservation of cultural heritage.
- Teaching and learning processes mediated by the use of new technologies
- Textbooks for Earth Sciences: approaches and structure
- Analysis of the effectiveness of multimedia educational tools for studying Earth Sciences
- Overview of the school legislations and rules, and ministerial guidelines related to the teaching of geosciences in the first and second level secondary schools.

B
- Epistemological and methodological foundations of teaching Biosciences.
- Methodological approaches for teaching Biosciences.
- Laboratory teaching and field experience as a methodology for learning Biological Sciences.
- Methodologies and teaching technologies for studying the relationship between Biology and society: environmental education, conservation of biodiversity and sustainable use of natural resources, biotechnologies, human health.
- Teaching and learning processes mediated by the use of new technologies
- Textbooks: approaches and structure
- Analysis of the effectiveness of multimedia educational tools for studying Biosciences.
- Overview of the school legislations and rules, and ministerial guidelines related to the teaching of biosciences in the first and second level secondary schools.
Prerequisites for admission
Key concepts of Earth Sciences and Biosciences
Teaching methods
Lessons and activities.
Teaching Resources
Personal notes and scientific articles indicated in class
University texts relating to the various disciplinary areas indicated by the teachers
Assessment methods and Criteria
The exam consists in an oral test which includes the verification of the key concepts of biogeosciences for teaching and the discussion of a report relating to a lesson/laboratory activity proposed for a secondary school, referring to the concepts of didactics of Earth Sciences and the concepts of didactics of Biosciences.

The knowledge under evaluation will concern: the key concepts of Biogeosciences for teaching, the teaching and learning processes mediated by the use of new technologies, the ability to use the teaching methodologies and technologies proposed during the course and the ability to organize a lesson calibrated for the chosen school and the ability to relate the topics discussed with the current society.
Teaching methodologies and techniques for biosciences
GEO/04 - PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GEOMORPHOLOGY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 48 hours
Teaching methodologies and techniques for geosciences
BIO/07 - ECOLOGY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 48 hours
Professor(s)
Reception:
Monday-Friday on appointment
2 floor building C Department of Biosciences
Reception:
Friday from 2.30 PM by appointment
Department of Biosciences, via Celoria 26, ground floor, B tower
Reception:
please write me a email
Reception:
Monday-Friday with appointment
Via Botticelli 23 - office first floor
Reception:
Please contact me by email to fix an appointment
via Celoria 26, Tower C, floor n.3
Reception:
On appointment
Mangiagalli 34, 2nd floor, room 77
Reception:
8:30-12:30 14:30-17:30
Dipartimento Scienze della Terra "A. Desio" - Sezione Geologia-III piano