Teaching restoration today is a complex issue confronted with multiple cultural and social mutations, concerning all disciplines but perhaps those who have to do with the transmission to the future of the past's legacies. It seems increasingly challenging to make the younger generations love Restoration. Perhaps, it is because they are not yet able to glimpse the strong link with the future towards which they are projected, or because more and more areas are concerned, albeit in a varied way, with objects of the past. Experimenting with the multidisciplinarity in the teaching dedicated to the built, contaminating the traditional interaction with the disciplines of relief and drawing with other contents, can perhaps offer answers and many questions to the themes mentioned above. The contribution starts from the many years of experience conducted by bringing the point of view of Restoration in multidisciplinary laboratories. The aim is to reflect, on the one hand, around the systemization of specialist skills and the role that multidisciplinarity could play. On the other hand, it wants to reflect on the teaching progression , from the first universitylevel to third level training. However, keeping the background the theme of teaching tools, which the recent experience due to the health emergency has profoundly changed, and the increasing presence in students' classrooms from geographic and cultural backgrounds are very different.

Monodisciplinare/Multidisciplinare/Interdisciplinare. Intorno alle criticità e alle opportunità degli insegnamenti multidisciplinari nella didattica del progetto per il costruito

maria cristina giambruno
2021

Abstract

Teaching restoration today is a complex issue confronted with multiple cultural and social mutations, concerning all disciplines but perhaps those who have to do with the transmission to the future of the past's legacies. It seems increasingly challenging to make the younger generations love Restoration. Perhaps, it is because they are not yet able to glimpse the strong link with the future towards which they are projected, or because more and more areas are concerned, albeit in a varied way, with objects of the past. Experimenting with the multidisciplinarity in the teaching dedicated to the built, contaminating the traditional interaction with the disciplines of relief and drawing with other contents, can perhaps offer answers and many questions to the themes mentioned above. The contribution starts from the many years of experience conducted by bringing the point of view of Restoration in multidisciplinary laboratories. The aim is to reflect, on the one hand, around the systemization of specialist skills and the role that multidisciplinarity could play. On the other hand, it wants to reflect on the teaching progression , from the first universitylevel to third level training. However, keeping the background the theme of teaching tools, which the recent experience due to the health emergency has profoundly changed, and the increasing presence in students' classrooms from geographic and cultural backgrounds are very different.
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