FEDELI MONICA

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Scientific sector M-PED/03 - SPECIAL DIDATICS AND PEDAGOGY
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Office hours
Wednesday from 16:30 to 18:30 Studio 23, via Beato Pellegrino, 28 Gli Studenti sono pregati di inviare prima una mail, specificando il motivo per cui desiderano venire al ricevimento, al fine di organizzare meglio il colloquio. Qualora ci fossero problemi di orario, è possibile concordare con il docente un appuntamento al di fuori dell'orario di ricevimento e compatibilmente con gli impegni fissati.
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Proposals for thesis
The master degree theses cover the research areas in which I am engaged at national and international level. In particular, experimental theses are agreed with students connected to educational organizational contexts and to companies with which I collaborate and within the projects I coordinate.
These are research on training, on the development of adult skills in different contexts, formal, informal and non-formal, on research trajectories aimed at exploring the professional development of people in communities and organizations.
Some of the themes developed in the last year:
Faculty development and teaching in higher education
Promote employability in formal contexts, didactics for dialogue with the world of work
The gender balance in the teaching of courses in the scientific area: engineering and mathematics
Reflective practices in training and management of tools
Organizational development and development of people in organizations
Professional development and training

As part of the PARIMUN project, as a scientific manager, I propose theses on topics identified and requested by the organizations themselves. In the partnership between business-student and teacher, I try to encourage students to carry out research that can be meaningful for their personal and professional development and for the organizations themselves.
For the students of the three-year SEF course in Padua assigned to me in internships, I always try to encourage them to identify the theme of the final project on the basis of their research desires and in connection with the training activity carried out to give greater significance to the path, developing moments of critical reflection on the connection between theory and methodological and operational aspects of the internship itself.

Curriculum Vitae
Associate professor of teaching and learning methodology and organizational development.
The main research areas in which she is involved are organizational development, human resources management, training methodology in formal and non-formal contexts, faculty development, didactics for dialogue with the world of work, work-related teaching and learning and school work alternance.
She has developed her scientific skills by participating and leading research groups at a national and international level in collaboration with European and North American universities, conducting research and studies in the areas highlighted above.
She has been leading as Principal Investigator on several projects funded by the European Union in the field of lifelong learning, placement and skills development. From 2014 to 2017 she coordinated the PRIN Employability & Competences project in the role of PI. Innovative curricula in Higher Education.
She was Adjunct Professor at Michigan State University, US and at Julius Maximilians University of Wurzburg, Germany and Visiting Scientist and Professor at California University Berkeley School of Education, and Boston University, College of Education.
She has published more than 60 contributions in volumes and in national and international journals and three books on the following topics:
- Faculty development and continuing education
- Work school alternation
- Employability and work-related teaching and learning
- Participative teaching, power, dialogue, and participation
- Human resources management and leadership
- The value of experience in training practices
- Teaching and personalization of teaching
- Promotion of reflective processes for learning

She is co-director of two book series: "Adult learning strategies, methods and contexts" and of the series: "Trainer's Profession".
She is co-director of the journal: Excellence and Innovation in Teaching and Learning. Research and Practice. Member of the scientific committee of the journal: Educational Reflective Practices, Franco Angeli Milano and of the journal: Professionalism and Studies.
Some academic responsibilities and services:
President of the master's degree in Management of Educational Services and Continuing Education.
University Advisor for teaching innovation and e-learning.
Member of the Ph.D. in "Pedagogical, Educational and Training Sciences" of the University of Padua.
Member of the Steering Committee of the Ph.D. in "Pedagogical Sciences, Education, and Training" of the University of Padua.
Referent for the Pedagogy section of the Working Group for Internationalization.
Member of the selection committee for the students of the University of Padua at Boston University.
Member of the selection committee of visiting professors and scholars at the University of Padua for the area of Human Sciences.
The person​ in charge as the ​representative of the FISPPA Department in the University Commission for the placement activities.
Member of the Third Mission department working group.

Lecturer's Curriculum (PDF): A475608205EC0CE194B2B1F003C823FE.pdf

Research areas
Le attività di ricerca si focalizzano principalmente nell'ambito dello sviluppo organizzativo, della didattica in higher education, delle metodologie della formazione esperienziali in contesti formali, non formali, informali e della gestione delle risorse umane.

Gli ambiti di ricerca in particolare sono:

1. Lo sviluppo organizzativo attraverso la formazione
2. La didattica partecipativa in higher education
3. Il Learner Centered Teaching
4. La formazione generativa. I valori che genera la formazione continua nei contesti organizzativi.
5. La gestione delle risorse umane e le pratiche di formazione.
6. La didattica personalizzata; metodi e strumenti per le didattiche partecipative
7. Le didattiche di dialogo con il mondo del lavoro, university-buisiness dialogue
8. Il work-related teaching e learning
9. L'alternanza Scuola-Lavoro
10. Le pratiche riflessive e le didattiche che generano riflessione critica.

Queste aree di ricerca vengono sviluppate all'interno di progetti nazionali ed internazionali con studiosi di università italiane, europee e americane.

Per i dettagli dei progetti si veda il CV esteso

Publications

Books, edited books and books’ chapters (Libri e capitoli di libri)

Fedeli, M., (2018). The student voice in higher education and the implications of promoting faculty development. In Boffo, V.& Fedeli, M. (Eds.), Employability and competences. Innovative curricula for new professions (pp.25-37). Firenze: Firenze University Press

Fedeli, M., (2018). Un educatore trasformativo. Un frutto raro. In Fabbri, L. (Ed.), Educare gli affetti: Studi in onore di Bruno Rossi (pp.194-200). Roma: Armando Editore s.r.l.

Fedeli, M. &Tino, C. (2017). Alternanza scuola-lavoro. Il Terzo Spazio per un’Alleanza Trasformativa. Lecce: Pensa Multimedia.

Tino, C., Guimaraes, P., Frison, D. & Fedeli, M. (2017). Compall joint module: Diversity of participants and models of curricula local implementation. In R., Egetenmeyer, P. Guimaraes & N. Balazs (Eds.), Joint modules and internationalization in higher education. Studien zur paedagogik, andragogik und gerontagogik Vol. 71, (pp.159-172). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.

Fedeli, M.& Taylor, W.E. (2017). Strategie per l’innovazione didattica. L’esperienza di un teachers’ study group. In E. Felisatti & A. Serbati (Eds.), Preparare alla professionalità docente e innovare la didattica universitaria (pp.184-194). Milano: Franco Angeli.

Fedeli, M., Frison, D., & Grion, V. (2017). Fostering learner-centered teaching in higher education. In V. Boffo, M. Fedeli, F. Lo Presti, C. Melacarne & M. Vianello (Eds.), Teaching and learning for employability: New strategies in higher education (pp. 89-115). Milan-Turin: Pearson Italia.

Frison, D., Fedeli, M. , Tino, C., & Minnoni, E. (2016). Exploring the landscape of reflection. In A. Jakube, G. Jasiene, M. E. Taylor, & B. Vandenbussche (Eds.) Holding the space: Facilitating reflection and inner readiness for learning (pp. 61-70). Ghent: LUCA School of Arts Grafische Cel

Berizzi, G., Bonaldo, F., Dalla Rosa, A., Frison, D., Petromilli, A., Serbati, A., Tino, C., Fedeli, M., Vianello, M. (2016). VLEADER© in the academy: learning through an educational simulator, In M. Yarosh, A. Serbati, & A. Seery (Eds.), Developing generic competences outside the university classroom. (pp.41-57), Granada: Editorial Universidad de Granada.

Fedeli, M. (2016). Coinvolgere gli studenti nelle pratiche didattiche: potere, dialogo e partecipazione. In M. Fedeli, V. Grion, & D. Frison (a cura di), Coinvolgere per apprendere. Metodi e tecniche partecipative per la formazione (pp.113-142). Lecce: Pensa Multimedia,

Fedeli, M., & Frison, D. (2016). Employability and competences: verso una didattica partecipativa. In M. Fedeli, V. Grion, & D. Frison (a cura di), Coinvolgere per apprendere. Metodi e tecniche partecipative per la formazione (pp. 341-362). Lecce: Pensa Multimedia

Fedeli, M., Grion, V., & Frison, D., (Eds.). (2016). Coinvolgere per apprendere. Metodi e tecniche partecipative per la formazione. Lecce: Pensa Multimedia.

Peer reviewed Articles (Articoli in riviste)

Fedeli, M. & Frison, D. (2017). Come incoraggiare la riflessione nei processi di apprendimento? Lo studio della letteratura per una riflessione metodologica sulle pratiche formative. Nuova Secondaria, XXXIV(9), 136-140.

Fedeli, M. & Tino, C. (2017). Una ricerca qualitativa sull’alternanza scuola lavoro. Riflessioni e implicazioni per la didattica. Formazione & Insegnamento, 3, 213-224.


Lecturer's Publications (PDF): A475608205EC0CE194B2B1F003C823FE.pdf

List of taught course units in A.Y. 2018/19
Degree course code (?) Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
SU2089 COMMON SUP6074520 6 2nd Year First
semester
ITA MONICA FEDELI
SF1333 001PD SFO2042655 9 2nd Year First
semester
ITA MONICA FEDELI
SU2089 COMMON SUP4060860 6 2nd Year Second
semester
ENG MONICA FEDELI


Responsibility of other activity for A.Y. 2018/19
Degree course code (?) Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
SU2089 COMMON SUP6074478 3 1st Year First
semester
ITA MONICA FEDELI