Ad Educa the future of teachers

In the context of the Educa Festival in Rovereto, a broad discussion took place this late afternoon on the topics of education, expansion and updating of teachers and the education system. On stage were Provincial Councilor for Education, University and Culture Mirko Bisesti, Vice-Rector Paola Iamiceli and Vice-Rector Paola Venuti; Also present were Roberto Ceccato, Director General of the Provincial Department of Education and Culture, Luciano Covi, Director of Iprase, Viviana Sbardella, Superintendent, and Francesco Valduga, Mayor of Rovereto. And, in the beginning, the video message from Education Minister Patrizio Bianchi.
Councilor Bisesti, in easing the province’s emphasis on the issue of teacher training, recalled how the latter “is at the heart of a project we are defining together with the actors of the school system, to pave the way for professionalism of Teachers, in terms of paying attention to merit, which is especially important for those who have the future of our students in hand. We believe that this is the best possible investment for our community. Provincial government investment is strong, and in this sense Commissioner Bisesti reiterated that it is important to focus on alternating school work and on the one hand on the need, on the one hand that students can concretely experience what the reality of a professional view, on the other hand, that the world outside of school opens up to it and vice versa.

In his welcome words, Mayor Francesco Valduga reminded how it is no coincidence that Education is hosted in Rovereto “a city that could invest in training and knowledge, equip itself with schools of all levels and then expand its offer with the ‘University and Iprase’, while in his video message Minister Bianchi spoke about the return to school of students, after the difficult period of the pandemic, an opportunity to relaunch many new training projects and the need to address the school think, precisely because “building a better school means building a better society”.
Vice-Chancellor Paola Iamiceli explained: “The education of those who accompany the young people of tomorrow is the most important mission of the University, a mission that goes beyond, even in the new strategic plan, both technical, scientific and humanistic skills look like also the so-called non-cognitive because students become responsible citizens and participants in the community. Research and development, including with schools, of new teaching methods.
Orientation, Iamiceli stressed, means that you can combine your aspirations with the expectations of society and the world of work and to do that, you need to give young people the opportunity to gain experience – such as school / work alternating, Internships – which in themselves are indicative and also allow children to make mistakes.
Vice-Chancellor Paola Venuti, who moderated the meeting, reported on the experience gained directly at the festival, where university students presented project ideas to experts from the world of work and universities for new orientations in each order and school class. . “Significant projects that highlighted the need to use new technologies, more effective communication methods, creating social contexts and stories.”
Manager Roberto Ceccato then intervened on the teaching staff training tools and on the permanent leadership model developed by the province of Trento, which made it possible to achieve excellent indicators for the functioning of the system, both with reference to the low level of early school leaving, and in terms of performance.cognitive and national and international tests.

The video message from the Minister of Education

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