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First International Industrial Research PhD course in Human Sciences. The applications for admission shall be submitted by Tuesday, July 7

The Department of Education and Human Sciences of Unimore along with Fondazione Reggio Children – Centro Loris Malaguzzi promote the second edition of the PhD course in ‘Reggio Childhood Studies – from early childhood to lifelong learning’, whose Call for Admission has just been published. This is the first International Industrial Research PhD course in Human Sciences inspired by the educational experience of Reggio Emilia.

After the first edition in 2019, the course now offers 11 new places (8 with scholarship and 1 reserved for the company that co-promotes the Industrial PhD, i.e. Fondazione Reggio Children). The application for admission, together with a research project, shall be submitted by Tuesday, July 7, at 1:00 p.m. There will be a selection procedure by qualifications and, for those admitted, an online interview on Google Meet on Monday 27 and Tuesday 28 July at 9:00 a.m.

The 3-year-long interdisciplinary course, under the direction and coordination of prof. Alberto Melloni, Director of the Department of Education and Human Sciences of Unimore, is supported by the contribution of Farmacie Comunali Riunite, Iren, Unindustria Reggio Emilia, Fondazione Manodori.

‘Reggio Childhood Studies – from early childhood to lifelong learning’ offers an advanced training path, enriched by well-known quality international partners, so as to build a library of research that elaborates the experience and addresses the new challenges of the world of education. The course is also proposed as an innovation within the framework of PhD courses because it builds up a residential community, based in Reggio Emilia, which will share the spaces of the context chosen as container and content of the program, i.e. Fondazione Reggio Children, chaired by Carla Rinaldi.

The research themes addressed in the course, whose official language is English, range from space and environment as elements that contribute to structuring play learning processes and learning in the digital age; from meaning making process, hermeneutics and pedagogical documentation to sociology and anthropology; cognitive and emotional group processes and paths for building up an educating community and developing group ties are also explored, starting from the most relevant contexts of socialization, education and training.

The PhD fellows in Reggio Childhood Studies will be able to work as coordinators in the pedagogical outlining, organization of educational services addressed to children and beyond. They will also be able to find professional opportunities also in public and private, national and international organizations that promote the approach to education of the city of Reggio Emilia at various levels of education.

For further information see the Call for Admission https://www.unimore.it/didattica/dottorato.html?ID=1078 or the website of the PhD course http://www.phdreggiochildhoodstudies.unimore.it/en/homepage-english/


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Articolo pubblicato da: Ufficio Stampa Unimore - ufficiostampa@unimore.it il 03/07/2020