|Date of birth||26-02-1977|
|Current position||Senior Researcher|
|Institution||Department of Teaching and Learning (DFA) – SUPSI|
|Mailing address||Piazza San Francesco 19, CH-6600 Locarno|
|Phone number||T +41(0)58 666 68 51
F +41(0)58 666 68 19
Psychologist and Ph.D. in social, cognitive and clinical psychology. She teaches courses on the topics of active working groups and cooperation in teams within public institutions (universities, schools of all kinds and levels, and hospitals) and private institutions (companies in the service sector). Qualified in educational research methodology, with an emphasis on the methods of action research and participatory research. Has also had various experiences of research in the field of ICT as applied to teaching, with particular reference to the development of applications for e-learning.
Castelli, S., Addimando, L.,Pepe, A. (2015). Exploring challenging classroom behaviors from teachers’ perspective: a mixed-method study. Current Issues in Personality Psychology, 3(1), 1-13. DOI: 10.5114/cipp.2015.49750
Addimando, L. & Zanolla, G. (2015). Didactic practices and parents-teachers co-education activities in primary and secondary schools: a case from Switzerland. Agli Atti della 10th International Conference of European Research Network About Parents in Education (ERNAPE), 26th-28th August, 2015. University of Tromso, Tromso, Norway.
Addimando, L. & Casabianca, E. (2015). Teaching with Information and Communication Technologies in primary schools: a case from Switzerland. Agli Atti del 12th European Congress of Psychology, 7th-10th July, 2015. University of Milano-Bicocca, Milano, Italia.
Pepe, A. & Addimando, L. (2014). Teacher – parent relationships: influence of gender and education on organizational parents’ counterproductive behaviors. European Journal of Psychology of Education. ISSN: 0256-2928. DOI: 10.1007/s10212-014-0210-0.
Pepe, A. & Addimando, L. (2013). Comparison of Occupational Stress in Response to Challenging Behaviours between General and Special Education Primary Teachers in Northern Italy. International Journal of Special Education, 28(1), 1-13. ISBN 0827 3383.