The aim of the module is to provide students with the perspectives described by E.SCHEIN and the emerging reflections in the pedagogical field on the challenges of the pedagogical consultant's work. The lessons are organized through an inductive approach, thus favoring a first exploration of the problems by studying the case studies directly and then reconnecting them to the methodological approaches.
The program is separate for attending and non-attending students. Both programs require the student an equivalent workload of 6 credits.
Objective 1: Knowledge and understanding.
The student will acquire the basic constructs to interpret and understand the personal and organizational problems and educational needs that can become the subject of advice. The student will also acquire the minimum knowledge needed to manage a micro-pedagogical consulting intervention in personal services and in public and private organizations.
This knowledge will be acquired without distinction from attending and non-attending students.
Objective 2: applied knowledge and understanding.
Attending students: the student will be able to use E.SCHEIN's perspective to interpret the counseling process and will be able to discriminate person-centered approaches from approaches centered on organizational development.
Not attending: the student will be able to describe the key concepts that characterize an organizational consultancy process. A grid will be provided on the Moodle online platform that will help the non-attending student in the comparison.
Objective 3: Autonomy of judgment.
Attending students: the student will be able to express, based on the theoretical perspective studied, a personal point of view that is also critical of a consulting case.
Not attending: the student will be able to express, based on the theoretical perspective studied, a personal point of view that is also critical of a consulting case that can be downloaded from the Moodle platform of the course.
Objective 4: Continuous learning skills
Attending and non-attending students: at the end of the lessons the student will be able to recover the main on-line resources, of a scientific and institutional nature, useful for keeping up to date on the evolution of the scientific debate.