GARR: DIGITAL SCHOOL CONTEST GALILEI HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WON - The work will be presented at the third edition of Didacta in Florence 9-11 October 2019

A multimedia work coordinated by Prof. Giovanni Rizzi focused on violence against women was awarded

Creating an interactive video on a theme chosen by teachers and students to integrate digital into teaching: this is the object of the competition organized by GARR - in collaboration with the La Sapienza University of Rome - in which numerous schools throughout Italy participated. After months of teacher training and the integration of digital technologies into school teaching, a jury of experts, made up of Giovanni Ragone and Donatella Capaldi (La Sapienza University of Rome) and Nadia Sansone (Unitelma Sapienza), evaluated the multimedia products created and selected the two winning groups of the competition.

The winners of the competition are the students of the Galilei Scientific High School of Trieste, led by Professor Giovanni Rizzi, with a work focused on the theme of violence against women and the students of the IIS Marconi-Guarasci of Cosenza, led by Professor Rosa Marincola, with a video on Artificial Intelligence. As recognition, both schools will be given the opportunity to present their work at Didacta, the most important trade fair in the world of education, which will take place in Florence from 9 to 11 October 2019.

This competition is part of a wider activity, i.e. a path to support the use of the main digital-focused teaching methodologies promoted by the European Up2U project. GaRR- DIGITAL SCHOOL CONTEST 1

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