Students will acquire the skills needed to follow the principal teaching-methods by means of both meta-theoretical reflection aimed at an understanding of the uniqueness of this discipline and through a critical debate around different teaching-tools (handbooks, works of authors, digital resources).
The primary goal of the course is to explain the main criteria used to select philosophical issues outlining the “historical method”, the “problematic method” and the “zethetic method”. Students will be able to apply the knowledge and skills they acquire in order to plan activities in the teaching of philosophy at school and within other training contexts. In order to support a multidisciplinary methodology of teaching, in which they are consciously able to make use of digital and multimedia resources, students will develop and improve their critical abilities. Finally, students will improve their communicative skills in order to be able to continue their professional development as teachers independently, beyond the end of the course.