This article investigates the active citizenship as a competence of the “good school” teacher, first in the light of emergencies posed by plural society, on the other side by connecting to the traditional concept of civic education. Through a historical investigation, which focuses on a phenomenological-hermeneutical method, are queried the sixties, a “season of hope” that was a missed opportunity for civic education, since it was reduced to the exercise of a reasoned reading of the Republican Constitution without becoming a teaching discipline. The reform of the middle school and the kindergarten were the opportunity of a rich comparison of voices oriented to make the school a place of democratic construction. Between the Sixties and our time are finally caught two elements of continuity: both yesterday and today, be active citizens is a priority need for teachers who have to act as a educational objective a way of life marked by social harmony and democratic democratic.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||La Buona Scuola
Questioni e prospettive pedagogiche|
|Numero di pagine||12|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2016|
|Nome||QUESTIONI PEDAGOGICHE E FORMATIVE|