Respect to knowledge and understanding (Descriptor 1 = knowledge and understanding), at the end of the course the student must have acquired the fundamental historical knowledge on the cultural and political origins of gender discrimination and on some of the ideas that have connoted the figure of women within the history of Western political thought. The student must have achieved full knowledge stereotypes on the female figure that are at the origins of gender discrimination and political ideas through which the female figure has been characterized in the history of Western political thought. The student must have gained knowledge of some of the texts of those authors and the texts of those women who were among the first to develop a political thought on women's emancipation.
With respect to knowledge and ability to applied understanding (Descriptor 2 = applying knowledge and understanding), the student through an educational path marked on Lesson method / Socratic heuristic must have acquired the ability to understand and analyze the topics of the lessons. With this ability the student will have to demonstrate that he is able to elaborate his own critical thinking on the topics exposed in class.
With respect to independent judgment (Descriptor 3 = making judgments) the students must have acquired at the end of the course the ability to analyze the subjects learned in class in order to know how to relate to them critically.
With respect to communication skills (Descriptor 4 = communication skills) through the methods of method of the heuristic / Socratic lesson the student must acquire a satisfactory property expressive both at the terminological and conceptual level. The student will have to learn to expose the topics of the lesson with autonomy.
Respect to the ability to learn (Descriptor 5 = learning skills) students will have acquired those bibliographic and linguistic-lexical tools as well
conceptual that will allow them to independently develop a critical reflection on the problems dealt with in teaching. The student must also have acquired the ability to develop an autonomous thinking based on teaching topics and to express it to the teacher and colleagues.