STORYTELLING AS A DEVICE FOR PROFESSIONAL CHANGE IN INITIAL AND LIFELONG EDUCATION OF SPECIALIZED TEACHERS

Aldo Caldarelli, Alessandra Marfoglia, Chiara Gentilozzi

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Special Pedagogy legitimizes storytelling as a heuristic and educational device (Giaconi, Capellini, 2019). The value of narrating educational practices in initial and lifelong education and the role of autobiographical writing in the process of professionalization and recursive reconstruction of a professional identity allows us to understand the set of “action schemes [...] used in a profession”, that is the habit which a professional “wears” and it determines its perceptions, interpretations, analyses and decisions (Giaconi et al., 2021, p. 9). This contribution will illustrate the potential of storytelling and video narration through the introduction of a video-narrative format aimed at enhancing the life stories of people with disabilities in educational courses for all the teachers, with a particular attention to those who want to train as specialized teachers.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32043/gsd.v6i1.596

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