DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL POLICIES
The integrated course aims to provide students with the knowledge and basic skills for the needs analysis in social settings, programming, designing and evaluating educational and social interventions and provide them with opportunities to experiment techniques and tools used in these areas, under the guidance and supervision of the professors of two modules (87038; 87039).
Illustrate the challenges to social planning in complex society and the ways in which social Designer work, particularly in the public sector. Illustrate the processes and strategies of evaluation research, with focus on public decision-making contexts, types and purposes of the evaluation, the use in social and educational policies. Provide students with models for the analysis of social contexts of intervention, knowledge and technical skills relevant to design and evaluate of interventions in the education, training and social work; present to the students and make them experience some techniques and tools used in the design and evaluation of interventions in these areas.
Ricevimento: Only by appointment (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Ricevimento: The Office hours will take place in at DISFOR, room 3A9, by appointment via e-mail During the course (I semester) after lessons.
CLAUDIO TORRIGIANI (President)
MAURO PALUMBO (President)
The exam is written. The student who has passed the written test comes to the next session for an oral question and the registration of the vote.
The attending students may decide to carry out a group project work (groups of up to 6-7 people). These students will benefit from the program reductions specified in the "Texts / Bibliography" section. They will have to sustain the written test for both modules (87038 and 87039) during the winter session and, after acquiring the necessary knowledge and tools, they will independently develop the project work during the second semester and will be enabled to present it to the teachers during the summer session. For those students, the vote for each module will be given by the average of the evaluation assigned to the written test (60%) and to the project (40%). The evaluation of the project will consider the quality of the project (70%) the quality of Power Point presentation (10%) the quality of the oral presentation of each group component (20%). The overall vote for the integrated course (average of both modules 87038 and 87039) will be recorded only after the presentation of the project.
The test aims to ascertain the following aspects of the student's preparation:
Knowledge about the basic concepts of the course
Ability to apply them within the specific contexts (education or training)
Ability to build pathways to educational and social policy design and evaluation
Possession of these components of the student's preparation will be ensured through specific oral questions or, in the case of teamwork, evaluating the skills highlighted by work and the ability to expose and to answer to questions posed by the teacher