1. Video


Orientative Didactic means to rethink environments, methods and approaches to achieve integrated and continuous learning.

Concerning learning environments, we can define them as spaces where educational activities take shape. To innovate educational environments we can suggest to teachers various opportunities. The first one is Broken Up Class based on Bardi’s method which is described in our guidebook.
The second one is Disciplinary Laboratory Classrooms and the third one is Laboratory Teaching, intended as active, constructivist and experiential teaching, with a disciplinary and interdisciplinary orientation.

Then, concerning the main teaching models, focused on innovation, we want to present 18 different methodologies to improve Orientative Didactic in different degrees of school. We suggest STEMs model, Integrated Didactic, Didactic For Scenarios, Flipped Classroom, Blended Learning, Service Learning, Maker Education, Project Based Learning, Situated Learning Episodes, Coding and Computation Thinking, Storytelling, Cooperative Learning, Peer Education, Debate, Writing and Reading, Circle Time, Gamification and Creative Problem Solving.

You can find the description of this methodologies in the next chapter.

To rethink environments, methods and approaches represent for us an important opportunity to contribute in the teachers’ training to encourage the use in school of non-formal education methods that can lead also young people with fewer opportunities to create their projects step by step, feeling responsible for their growth actions.

Another exciting aspect of using non-formal education is that beneficiaries can, as a result of their experience, become multipliers, turning into “more experienced peers” than their friends, motivating and supporting them in a “horizontal” way.

Non-formal education could be a tool for the inclusion of all, especially those who have not been fortunate with the formal education system, thus ensuring a second chance for the social reintegration of young people with fewer opportunities.

2. The Didactics of being with

In this article is described the importance of innovation in educational environments.

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3. External materials


This is an important resource to help teacher use the Disciplinary Laboratory Classrooms and Laboratory Teaching and they can access to numerous insights about innovative teaching techniques.