Multilab is a physical space within the Faculty as well as a space for project planning. It aims to promote excellence, to create synergies among academics inside the university while fostering strong external links with schools and educational institutions (local, national and international networks). It was conceived as a way to cultivate active and transformative didactics and to carry out research for and with schools.
The educational programme (CV) of the Master degree in Primary Education places particular importance on the following points related to joint projects:
The fundamental aim of the MultiLab is the promotion of active, participative and generative learning for future teachers in primary schools and nurseries, and more generally of in-service teachers from different school levels. In short: learning by doing/ hands on/ minds on/ transformative and generative learning for different audiences and communities.
MultiLab is characterised as:
As the etymology “laboratory” suggests, MultiLab is centred on labour, an activity performed in the first person by its participants. MultiLab adopts didactic and technical methodologies that are coherent with both the syntax of the cultural object of the lab and with an active and participatory approach by members.
This entails the creation of learning contexts in which:
Monitoring activity, self-evaluation,assessment, documentation are linked with individual learning pathways and initiatives and the ways in which MultiLab evolves as a whole.
We consider the following process indicators:
We consider the following product indicators:
Scientific Direction: Liliana Dozza
Leaders of disciplinary areas: