From student to teacher perspective
The contribution describes the laboratory of Didactics of the first year of the degree course for primary school teacher training. The lab was activated with the aim of approaching prospective teachers to a professional vision. Such change has fostered the participation in laboratory activities in which the student reflects on his/her own vision about teaching and learning by building a metaphor-collage that reifies his/her vision of teaching and in which the student analyzes videos. Such activity, in alternationwith lectures of the course in General didactics, create situations of structural coupling, that is, it lets students articulate, thanks to the interaction with the “dispositf” in which act, a personal perspective that dialogues with the “savy knowledge”.
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