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Massimiliano Costa; Daniele Morselli; John Polesel; Suzanne Rice (2015)
Types: Article
Subjects: Career Guidance, Capability Approach, Comparative Educational Policies, Italy, Australia, Orientamento scolastico e professionale, approccio delle capacitazioni, politiche educative comparate
The aim of this article is to present an innovative approach for guidance. The article starts by introducing the structural reason of unemployment in Italy. It presents the Australian model of guidance and the new reforms on guidance which are being introduced in Italy. It then describes a Change Laboratory intervention carried in a vocational setting in Australia in 2012, which is proposed as model of guidance based on the capability approach.The different stakeholders actively participate in the process thus creating a formative characterization of guidance based on agency. This creates new capabilities for students on the possible career paths they want to undertake. Through this process of informed public dialogue, the students are given voice and contribute to shape the development of the personal life project into further education or work, and this process is led by their values and the values of their communities. Lo scopo di quest'articolo è di presentare un approccio innovativo all'orientamento scolastico e professionale. Si parte introducendo le cause strutturali della disoccupazione in Italia, per poi presentare il modello australiano di orientamento e le riforme che sono state introdotte in Italia sul tema. Successivamente si descrive un intervento di Change Laboratory realizzato nel 2012 in Australia che viene proposto come modello di orientamento basato sull'approccio delle capacitazioni. I diversi stakeholders partecipano attivamente generando una qualificazione formativa dell'orientamento basata sull'agency. Questo crea per gli studenti nuove capacitazioni sui possibili percorsi di carriera di studio o lavoro che vogliono intraprendere. Attraverso questo processo di dialogo pubblico informato si dà voce agli studenti, contribuendo così a formare lo sviluppo di un piano di vita personale verso percorsi formativi e o lavorativi, e questo processo è guidato dai valori degli studenti e delle loro comunità.
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