What learning against social "withdrawal"? Pedagogical reflections

Antonia Cunti, Alessandra Priore

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Learning should be preserved and cultivated from the point of view of the spontaneity and pleasure that the constant interactions with oneself, with others and with the world bring to individuals; the exercise of the capacity to refine these interactions to make them increasingly functional and above all an irreducible component of a process of self-determination and the conquest of lifelong existential planning is entrusted primarily to educational systems and processes. There is a diffusion of phenomena of renunciation to participate fully in one's life and for this reason the question arises of the direction that pedagogy and didactics can indicate. Understanding what is happening as an impoverishment of the vital thrust in which the adaptation processes are based on meaningful and creative learning, and not replicating and alienating, an important opportunity could be represented by receiving priority the dimension of creative thinking in the learning and educational processes.

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Evoluzione, Apprendimento, Progettualità, Creatività, Development, Learning, Life Designing, Creativity

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