In recent years, Italian schools and extracurricular educational agencies have been able to include many pupils with disabilities. The experiences since the 1970s have been decisive and have enabled many pupils with disabilities to achieve important personal goals. However, pupils with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) still cause anxiety.
Teachers and educators, when informed about the presence of a pupil with this disorder, need important and in-depth expertise, taking into account strict educational pillars of reference.
The Master’s course aims to offer people already in possession of specific professional training these skills, necessary for the formulation and management of educational and didactic projects aimed at enhancing the cognitive, emotional and relational abilities of people with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
The Master’s course is organised in close collaboration with the Centre for the Study of Disability and Marginalisation (CeDisMa) of the Catholic University and employs lecturers with extensive professional and specialist experience in the field of the disorder.
The Master’s Course will place great emphasis on direct experience, carried out in the schools where the students are employed, or at other schools or other institutions in the education system, and during working hours, with certification of the activities by the school headmaster or teaching coordinator.
Enrolment deadline 30.09.2022
Start of lessons (Milan campus) – 21 October 2022
Duration and structure – 1 year (ONLINE formula)
Director of the Master in “Didactics and Psychopedagogy with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is Prof. Luigi D’Alonzo.