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 the skills and transversal abilities enabling 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 Lifelong Learning), by developing schemes of peer collaboration in formal (school), non-formal (associations, libraries, youth centres) and informal (social networks and digital environments used daily by children) educational contexts.
KIDS4ALLL AT DIDACTA SICILY
Access to high-quality inclusive training courses for young migrants and rights and opportunities to respond to current social challenges will be discussed at Fair Didacta Italy Sicilian edition (in Misterbianco, in the province of Catania), on Saturday 22 October from 3pm to 4pm as part of the seminar Migrant youths: creativity and digital tools.
Starting from the study and sharing experiences carried out within the KIDS4ALLL project, INDIRE’s researchers, Alessia Rosa, Michela Bongiorno, Sara Mori and Jessica Niewint will reflect on how and which technologies can become training tools in the paths that aim to support the acquisition of transversal skills for social participation: problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration skills, creativity, divergent thinking. The seminar is mainly addressed to upper and lower secondary school teachers.
FAIR DIDACTA SICILIAN EDITION
Misterbianco, Catania, 20-22 October
The most important national fair event dedicated to the world of school, university, training and scientific research, after the success of the latest Florentine edition, arrives in Sicily from 20 to 22 October in the exhibition area of Sicilia Fiera in Misterbianco (CT).
The programme encompasses over 75 events, including training and immersive workshops, conferences and seminars designed on various topics, from science, humanity, technology and school architecture to the artistic-musical area and learning environments.
The event, which covers an exhibition area of 12 thousand square meters with over 75 Italian and foreign exhibitors, is aimed at all levels of education and training: 0–6-year-olds, primary schools, upper and lower secondary schools, vocational education institutes, ITSs, universities, scientific research, and professional training institutes, as well as professionals from the school world, companies and professionals in the school-related business.
To register and participate in the training events, it is necessary to consult the scientific programme on the Didacta Italy website and select the activities of interest, by completing the procedure by purchasing the ticket directly on the portal, also using the teacher’s card.