The paper illustrates the design methodologies which the «Paolo and Ornella Ricca» School Museum in Macerata uses to create new museum programmes aimed at combining the results of the most innovative historical research in education with the objectives of Heritage Education, in order to make cultural heritage become a resource for primary and secondary education. The contribution focuses on the museum programme «You’re grounded!», presented for the first time in the 2017-2018 school year, and here illustrated in its phases of planning, implementation and evaluation. Starting from a recent research carried out on the history of school punishments (Meda, Brunelli 2018), the programme offered the opportunity to develop activities (differentiated for primary and middle schools) aimed at promoting social and emotional education in children and youth. For its work, the museum design team has taken as starting point the psychological, socio-emotional and relational dynamics at the base of the feeling of 'Shame'. Once widely used with educational purposes by teachers through chastisements, this feeling keeps on being part of everyday children’s and young people’s school life even today – even though under new forms and perpetrated by other tormentors.
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|Titolo:||La storia delle punizioni scolastiche come risorsa per la progettazione di nuovi programmi educativi nel museo. Un caso di studio dal Museo della Scuola di Macerata|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||02.01 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)|