The article presents some reflections and first conclusions relating to the study and research conducted in recent years by the authors, work aimed at exploring recent contributions in the field of neuroscience and Embodied Cognition, and identifying common foundational aspects consistent with the pedagogical and inclusive didactic perspective. More specifically, the contributions explored facilitate the understanding of the "neurodiverse" functioning profiles (Singer, 1998; Silberman, 2016) and, at the same time, highlight essential mechanisms and dimensions, often still unknown, for the improvement of developmental and learning processes, and everyone’s participation. In light of what has emerged, we outlined a transdisciplinary area — which makes use of the contributions of psychoanalysis and opens spaces for dialogue with pedagogy and teaching — for the identification of dimensions transversal to the disciplines involved (bridge dimensions), as a basis for knowledge and reflection, from which to attempt to rethink and enrich the school curriculum. The transdisciplinary space opens up perspectives, proposing a new look that offers multiple, complex angles; therefore more representative of the complexity of current phenomena and contexts, including educational ones and didactic interaction.

“Dimensioni-ponte” tra neuroscienze, psicoanalisi ed ECS per favorire l’inclusione a scuola nella prospettiva transdisciplinare / Damiani, P.; Gomez Paloma, F.. - In: ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SPECIAL EDUCATION FOR INCLUSION. - ISSN 2282-5061. - 8:1(2020), pp. 91-110.

“Dimensioni-ponte” tra neuroscienze, psicoanalisi ed ECS per favorire l’inclusione a scuola nella prospettiva transdisciplinare

Damiani P.;
2020

Abstract

The article presents some reflections and first conclusions relating to the study and research conducted in recent years by the authors, work aimed at exploring recent contributions in the field of neuroscience and Embodied Cognition, and identifying common foundational aspects consistent with the pedagogical and inclusive didactic perspective. More specifically, the contributions explored facilitate the understanding of the "neurodiverse" functioning profiles (Singer, 1998; Silberman, 2016) and, at the same time, highlight essential mechanisms and dimensions, often still unknown, for the improvement of developmental and learning processes, and everyone’s participation. In light of what has emerged, we outlined a transdisciplinary area — which makes use of the contributions of psychoanalysis and opens spaces for dialogue with pedagogy and teaching — for the identification of dimensions transversal to the disciplines involved (bridge dimensions), as a basis for knowledge and reflection, from which to attempt to rethink and enrich the school curriculum. The transdisciplinary space opens up perspectives, proposing a new look that offers multiple, complex angles; therefore more representative of the complexity of current phenomena and contexts, including educational ones and didactic interaction.
2020
8
1
91
110
“Dimensioni-ponte” tra neuroscienze, psicoanalisi ed ECS per favorire l’inclusione a scuola nella prospettiva transdisciplinare / Damiani, P.; Gomez Paloma, F.. - In: ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SPECIAL EDUCATION FOR INCLUSION. - ISSN 2282-5061. - 8:1(2020), pp. 91-110.
Damiani, P.; Gomez Paloma, F.
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