At the end of the course the student has advanced competences on theoretical and methodological grounds inspiring dynamic psychology. Such a competence is basic for more advanced training and possibilities of getting a job.
Psychodynamic Theories concerning the Psychopathology of Development.
Comparison between psychoanalysis and systemic theorys
by Bateson about conscious purpose and nature.
The activity is in part organized by lectures, nevertheless there is a particular attention for developing a dialogue with the students. The students, during the lecture, can interrupt the teacher at any moment, formulating questions and proposals. Lessons could be associated with seminars held by the students, such seminars will be part of the final exams. This with the aim of involving the student in the a process called learning on demand.
The quality of the student intervention during the course (particularly the seminars activity they will be involved directly) is the 60% of the academic assessment. At the end of the course, the student must write no more then 20 rows concerning one subject developed during the lectures and the seminars. Synthesis, proper language, text consistency, originality and acquaintance with the subject will be evaluated. This is related to the 40% of the academic assessment.
For students who will not attend directly the course there is te possibility to contact the teacher via mail at the Institutional email address.
If the teaching is taught in mixed mode or remotely, changes can be made compared to what is stated in the syllabus to make the course and exams usable also in these ways.