The pedagogical approach that can include emotional literacy, social and cultural education, things, is a responsibility that should be taken care of not only by the family but also by the in fact, often omits the indispensable necessity to focus on the educational exercises, the child needs. The educational institution seems to lose, in some cases, its role as educator of completeness, wholeness and well-being to focus only on the intellectual growth. Method In this sense, the educational advice (Simeone, 2011) that makes it possible to improve selfefficacy could be a valuable help to give new dignity to the educational profession and cooperative relationship with the new generations. The consultancy technique is a contract between consultant and "client”, the teacher, in change obtained through the support and expertise of the consultant. The method provides for a comfortable number of meetings, presumably no more than ten, be possible to use the technique of reformulation, the instrument of Sosia and Nine Steps. Listening in the here and now, the non-directivity, a "facilitating atmosphere" through, the technique reach the goal of full self-awareness, assumption of responsibility and decision-making, to overcome and difficulties in full freedom and autonomy. The path with Sosia begins with the awareness and then re-educating one's own perceptions, opinions, feelings and emotions. The experience defining the objectives, completes the process to obtain concrete intentions and actions. transnationalists Muriel James and Ian Stewart, it involves the subject in a revision of their to attain their own authentic aspirations and their own real potential of change. Outcomes (expected) In this sense, the professional figure of the Educational Consultant within the school context first classes of the Primary School can be considered a valid support for all teachers who deal with the necessary pedagogical approach which must integrate notional teaching. A support the recovery of an educational capacity aimed for students. _________________________________________________________________________________________ References Baldo, E. (2014). Il metodo S.O.S.I.A. Rivista Il Consulente Familiare n. 4 Beck, U. (2000). La società del rischio: Verso una seconda modernità. Roma: Carocci. Carckhuf, R. (1987). L’arte di aiutare (2nd ed.). Trento: ed Erickson. James, M.,& Dorothy, J. (1987). Nati per vincere: Analisi Transazionale con esercizi di Gestalt. Paolo. Mearns, D., & Thorne, B. (2006). Counselling centrato sulla persona: Teoria e pratica. Trento: Mucchielli, R. (1987, 2016). Apprendere il Counseling. Trento: Centro Studi Erickson. Polito, A. (2017). Riprendiamoci i nostri figli. Venezia: Marsilio. Rogers, C. (1997). Terapia centrata sul cliente. Firenze: La Nuova Italia. Simeone, D. (2011). La consulenza educativa: Dimensione pedagogica della relazione d’aiutoPensiero, Stern, D. (2004). Il momento presente. Milano: Cortina. https://www.directafin.it/infografica-sugli-insegnanti-in-italia
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|Titolo:||Educational Consulting: An Inclusive Resource for School Universe|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Citazione:||Educational Consulting: An Inclusive Resource for School Universe / SERLUPI CRESCENZI, Livia. - In: SCUOLA DEMOCRATICA. - ISSN 2039-2699. - (2019).|
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