Paolo Martena, Simone De Riccardis


In questo lavoro è stata descritta la risposta scolastica italiana alla situazione pandemica, sia da un punto di vista legislativo che pedagogico e didattico. In particolare, è stata analizzata la tutela della privacy degli alunni, delle famiglie e degli insegnanti e gli strumenti legislativi messi in atto. È stata, altresì presa in considerazione la situazione della Regione Puglia, Italia, dove numerose decisioni sono state prese in pochi mesi, a seguito della seconda ondata. Alcune di queste sono risultate in contrasto con il Ministero dell’Istruzione nazionale. Per avere una visione di insieme più completa, gli autori hanno anche posto l’attenzione sulla risonanza interiore che queste norme hanno avuto su due classi di Scuola secondaria di primo grado, usando la metodologia didattica del One Minute Paper. La scuola di riferimento è stata l’I.C. di Calimera, Caprarica e Martignano (Lecce, Puglia, Italia) I risultati del lavoro sono stati il punto di partenza per una discussione psicopedagogica.

This article analyses the response by schools to the current pandemic COVID-19, both from a legal point of view as well as pedagogical and educational. Particular attention has been paid to the issue of safeguarding the privacy of students, as well as that of their families and teachers, and the legislative instruments implemented. Also taken into consideration is the Apulia region, Italy where numerous decisions were taken in just a few months, following the second wave. Some of these are in direct contrast with the Italian Ministry of Education. In order to have a more complete, overall view, the authors, using information obtained with the educational tool One Minute Paper, also analysed the inner resonance these rules had on two middle-school classes. The classes in question are part of the I.C Calimera, Caprarica and Martignano (Lecce, Puglia, Italy). The results were used as a starting point for a discussion on psychopedagogy.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejsss.v6i1.979

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