NEW HIRES TRAINING WORKSHOPS 2019
TOPICS OF THE NEW HIRES 2019 WORKSHOPS
MONDAY 11 March 2019 - from 15.00 to 18.00 Tutor: Cinzia Scheriani
Management of heterogeneous classes: inclusion and disability
ABSTRACT: After an initial introduction on the theme of inclusion with particular reference to the categories enucleated by current legislation, group work will be proposed divided by school level. Case studies will be indicated which will concern the topics proposed in the lectio magistralis. At the end, the students will present each case study and the prospects regarding the educational action which will have to take into account the hypothesis of the drafting of the necessary documents (PEI, PdP, explanatory reports, etc.). The teachers will discuss together with the supervisor the possible methodological and didactic actions for the improvement of the subjects' performances.
THURSDAY 14 March 2019 from 15.00 to 18.00 Tutor: Daniela Cellie
ABSTRACT: Starting from the inputs received and the tools presented, the participants will be offered a comparison on the evaluation practices implemented in the various school realities. The focus will mainly concern some transversal dimensions of the educational offer and, from a systemic point of view, the analysis will mainly concern the didactic planning (and its implementation) at school and class level. In the final phase, a repertoire of indicators will be developed with some indications relating to the tools and/or procedures for their detection and evaluation.
TUESDAY 19 March 2019 from 15.00 to 18.00 Tutor: Philip Tarsia
Education for sustainable development and global citizenship
ABSTRACT: The laboratory intends to stimulate teachers' ability to carry out a didactic planning which, in the methods, contents and organization of educational courses, highlights the transversal links with the themes of sustainable development capable of forming active, aware and responsible citizens. Curricular paths will be explored between teaching and laboratory, between research and experimentation of innovative teaching methods and effective learning environments, linked to issues of citizenship, global citizenship and service learning for the development of transversal skills.
THURSDAY 28 March from 15.00 to 18.00 Tutor: Giovanna Berizzi
The teaching methodology through new technologies and new learning environments
ABSTRACT: In the first part of the laboratory, a pedagogical framework on e-learning will be presented which helps to understand the importance of using virtual classrooms (Moodle, Edmodo, ...) as social spaces where teachers and students can communicate and interact, answering and asking questions, both synchronously and asynchronously. In the more practical phase, the students will receive the credentials to access the virtual classroom, dedicated to them, in Moodle and will have the opportunity to orient themselves in the new learning environment by putting themselves to the test with the first activities (building a personal profile, inserting images, links, intervening in the forum...). The aim of the course is to stimulate teachers to use new learning environments, in addition to the traditional ones, to promote an innovative and motivating teaching methodology.