Teaching Law and Economics

A.Y. 2020/2021
Overall hours
IUS/20 SECS-P/01
Learning objectives
Ability to understand the teaching material in order to set a lesson profitably. Ability to design a well-distributed and feasible didactic activity, using different types of lessons. Ability to critically evaluate the different modes of interaction and teaching and therefore to choose the best one according to the different contexts (laboratory, lectures, etc.). Ability to correctly set up one's own teaching activity taking into account the lesson method adopted and the audience to which it is addressed. Ability to learn how to set up your own teaching activity. Ability to learn to solve selection tests of various types.
Expected learning outcomes
In order to successfully pass the exam, the student must be able to demonstrate that he is able to grasp the educational potential in the epistemological statute of the juridical-economic disciplines and elaborate it in concrete teaching processes by deepening the disciplinary contents and demonstrate that he has acquired skills that derive from reflection on teaching strategies, didactic communication models and learning processes that are particularly significant for the juridical-economic disciplines.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Lesson period
Second semester
Teaching methods
Classes will be live-streamed on Microsoft Teams, following the lessons timetable. Live-streamed classes will be recorded and will be available to students on the same platform.
Relevant information about how to join the classes on Microsoft Teams and other instructions will be available on the Ariel website of the course. Please browse it regularly.

Course syllabus and Teaching Resources (reference material)
The course syllabus and reference material are unchanged.

Learning Assessment methods
There will be no changes to the methods for assessing learning and the assessment criteria.
The examination will take place orally on Microsoft Teams.
Should the health situation allow it, subject to the availability of classrooms and the necessary safety conditions, the examination will take place in the classroom.
However, students who are unable to travel from their place of residence and/or domicile will be able to take the examination remotely.
Further information and updates will be made available on the course ARIEL website. It is therefore recommended that students check the Ariel website regularly.
Course syllabus
This course aims at giving students the skills to develop professional careers in the field of educational.
The course is in two parts. In the first part of the course methods of teaching law will be taught starting from analyzing the main difficulties in didactics of law to young students. The second part of the course will be devoted to examine the methods of teaching economics.
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Institutions of Private Law, Constitutional Law, Political Economy, Philosophy of Law
Teaching methods
Teaching is provided by means of face-to-face lessons (remotely in synchronous mode).The course will be based on class interaction. Therefore, students are strongly advised to strive to be able to attend the online classes (in synchronous).
Teaching Resources
1) References and slides uploaded to the Ariel course website.
2) Mario Castoldi, Progettare per competenze, ed.2011, ristampa 2018, Carocci ed.
3) Antonio Calvani, Come fare una lezione efficace, Carocci, 2014, ristampa 2019
4) Knowledge of the topics of MIUR exam program for class A46 is also required (https://www.miur.gov.it/documents/20182/2432359/Allegato+A+Programmi+co… )
Assessment methods and Criteria
The exam is oral and consists of a law lesson and an economics lesson on topics indicated by the teachers. Further information will be provided in class and on the Ariel platform
IUS/20 - PHILOSOPHY OF LAW - University credits: 0
SECS-P/01 - ECONOMICS - University credits: 0
Lessons: 42 hours
Educational website(s)
Online Every day by Teams Microsoft previous appointment by email required
OnLine Teams Platform or by other means (Skype, Phone etc.) up to Students' request for precautions applied in consideration of pandemic development