GENERAL AND SOCIAL PEDAGOGY
Learning outcomes of the course unit
1. to promote the overcoming of a positivist and reducitivist vision of health and the relationship between the physiotherapist and the user;
2. to supply concrete tools which will facilitate a non “reductionist” awareness in the patient.
Course contents summary
The relationship with the user and the risks connected to “medicalisation”; the critical input of the concept of the Dewey transaction; the phenomenonological pedagogy and the evaluation of intentionality and of the designs of the individual; an application through the Pellerev theory concerning the intention to act.
Materials will be distributed ad hoc and some bibliographical suggestions will be supplied.
The teaching methods which will be used are the following:
1. classroom lectures
2. group work
3. viewing and analyzing films
Assessment will take place during an interview.