La mediazione del cambiamento nel processo comunicativo e relazionale. La pedagogia di Feuerstein e il modello del colloquio motivazionale di Miller e Rollnick
- mediation of change,
- educational relationship,
- Feuerstein method,
- motivational interviewing,
- cognitive and behavioural change
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The training processes constitute a systemic dimension in which the educator is part of the system itself: he/she puts himself at stake, shares, builds, coexists, and participates together with people in training within a communicative flow, in which the relational dimension is the key for growth and change processes. In this proposal, we focus on two theoretical and methodological models that aim to accompany the educational processes of cognitive and behavioural change: namely, the Mediated Learning Experience, conceived by Feuerstein (1980), and Miller and Rollnick’s motivational interview (1991, 2002). A strong and cohesive theoretical-methodological framework that easily allows educators to propose their principles in schools, families and environment in order to considerably improve educational practices, with particular reference to the relational and communicative style, supports them both. They are structured around clear and simple methodological criteria, which allow educators immediate application in the training relationship aimed at changing.