Ideas and proposals for a school moving with the times will be the protagonists on 3 and 5 May at the free-of-charge event “Horizons and Connections” at BassanoExpo. The event is organised by the territorial network of schools in the Bassano-Asiago area (via Valsugana, 22 a Cassola – Vicenza).
Thanks to workshops, plenary sessions, laboratories, best practices presented by students and training sessions run by the companies participating in the fair, the initiative will be an occasion of reflexion on the new horizons of teaching, an opportunity to bring to light proposals designed to trigger systemic change, not just episodic and fragmented innovation, in teaching and learning methods.
The programme includes themes of general interest on innovation at school, presented through plenary sessions and a series of seminars addressed to teachers, digital animators, headmasters, directors of administrative general services, school administrative staff, companies, families and students on 4 specific themes:
- Innovative methods (learning environments, didactic methods, innovative teaching, laboratory teaching and competency-based teaching)
- Inclusion (accessibility, tools and methods to personalise learning)
- Digital classrooms (digital and technological competencies for teaching, cloud environments and platforms, teaching apps, digital competencies of the teachers, virtual reality, augmented reality, coding and robotics)
- Change management (governance of change, the profile of the new headmaster, international profile of the teacher, staff work, tools for school management, new communication in the public administration, real and virtual networks).
Educational Avant-garde’s events calendar
The Educational Avant-garde innovation movement will be present on 3 May from 4pm to 6pm with the researcher Silvia Panzavolta who is going to take part in the plenary session “ Another school is possible” together with Roberto Biondi (Regional school office of the Emilia Romagna region). Alessandra Cenerini (President of ADI), Giancarlo Cerini (former Miur’s inspertor), Davide D’Amico (Miur’s manager), Lucia Giovannini (psychologist and writer) and Maria Ranieri (University of Florence).
On Saturday May 5 from 4 to 6.30 pm there will be Indire’s research executive, Elisabetta Mughini, who will participate in the plenary section “My school is welcoming. Towards a beautiful, welcoming, and inclusive school“, to talk about teaching with the ideas of the Educational Avant-garde. This event will be also participated by Beate Weyland (Free University of Bolzano), Angelo Bardini (teacher of the Cadeo school district – Piacenza), Eleonora Galli (director of the school district in Viale Lombardia Cologno Monzese – Milan), Daniele Barca (manager of the school district n.3 of Modena).
Call for schools: “best practices told by students and teachers”
The call for the schools wishing to present an innovative didactic activity at “Horizons and connections” is open until 31 March. The selected schools will be given a 4X4 stand in one of the opening slots of the fair and tokens to buy didactic material. Proposals submission must be made by filling out the form available at this link.
Participation is free-of-charge and open to everyone. Some events might require registration.
For any other information: firstname.lastname@example.org – tel: 0424 190 3084.