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Felice Corona

Felice Corona

Associate Professor
University of Salerno


Chairman of the Academic Council of Education for Inclusion and Well-being (SFIB). Associate Professor of Education and Special Pedagogy (M-PED / 03) at the University of Salerno, Department of Human Sciences, Philosophy and Education (DISUFF). PhD in Education from the educational processes and knowledge construction with particular reference to disability. He studied at the State University "Sophia Antipolis" in Nice where he graduated earning a "Maitrise". Over the past decade has taught university teaching, always in the M-PED / 03 area, at the University "Suor Orsola Benincasa" in Naples and the Siss of Campania, where he was also coordinator of the supervision activities of the support internship during Teaching License 400 and 800 hours. university-level teaching activities he also played at the University of L'Aquila, the University of Salerno. In 2011, participating in an International Cooperation Program, related to cultural exchanges between scientists and teachers through the organization of seminars, lectures, Simposyum and Visiting Professor at the University Fondaçao de Itaperuna - Funita - Rio de Janeiro -Brazil. Between 2007 and 2008 he was also a visiting professor at the West-Hungarian University Campus Savaria Szombathely, Hungary, where he taught courses on Education, Sport and Disability. In 2008 he could be part of the team led by Professor Mike Hughes, University of Cardiff (England) to study the possible application of the methodology of the "Performance analisys" in the education sector with particular reference to disability.

Research Interest

Scientific research of Neuroscience, Laboratory Activities inclusive, Performance Analisys, Special Pedagogy