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5 maggio 2022

Inclusion of migrant pupils, the seminar on the European project KIDS4ALLL at Didacta

The KIDS4ALLL project, coordinated by the University of Turin and managed by a wide network of national and international partners including INDIRE, was born in 2021 with the aim of facilitating the inclusion of migrant pupils in education systems by promoting transversal skills for the full participation of all in community life.

The idea behind KIDS4ALLL is to support the right of access to inclusive and high-quality training courses throughout the life span (the three “L’s” in the name of the project are precisely for Life Long Learning), developing paths of collaboration between peers in formal (school), not formal (associations, libraries, youth centres) and  informal educational contexts (social networks and digital environments used daily by children).

KIDS4ALLL’s strategies, objectives and first results will be discussed at Didacta Italy fair in Florence during the seminar “Creativity and digital tools in the challenge of the educational context of migrant children”, scheduled for Friday 20 May from 16.30 to 6pm.

Starting from the study and sharing experiences carried out within the project, the speakers Alessia Rosa (INDIRE), Maria Filomia (University of Perugia) and Chiara Aliverti (Zaffiria) will guide the participants in a reflection on the role of technologies as tools for training that can be used in those paths intended to provide skills that are crucial today: problem solving and critical thinking, ability to collaborate and creativity, spirit of initiative and entrepreneurship.

The seminar is aimed at upper and lower secondary school teachers and Higher Technical Institutes (ITS). Participants will be issued a certificate of attendance.



Didacta Italy Fair (Florence, Fortezza da Basso, 20-22 May)

Registrations for the fifth edition of Fiera Didacta Italia, the most important national event dedicated to school innovation, are open. Over 250 events are part of the scientific programme, including conferences and seminars ranging from the technological area to the scientific and humanistic one. The event is aimed at all levels of education and training: infant, nursery, primary, lower and upper secondary schools, ITS, universities, scientific research and vocational training institutes, as well as companies and professionals of the sector. To participate in Didacta Italy Fair 2022, it is necessary to register online, consult the scientific programme and select the activities of interest, completing the procedure by purchasing the ticket directly on the portal, also using the teacher’s card (in this case the category to be selected to generate the voucher is “Exhibitions and cultural events”).


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