Continuing ministerial reform: What topics and activities does it cover?

Do Ministerial reform to draw attention to the next forms of teacher recruitment also to the training aspect of staff: more precisely distinguish between initial formationintended for teachers for whom confirmation of the role is required, e.g. continuous training, is aimed instead at those who already have a permanent contract. What does this second typology, represented by Viale Trastevere, consist of? Who will activate it? Below we try to clarify.

Topics and activities on which continuing education is based

Chapter IV-bis, Art. The 16th of the draft of the Ministerial Decree deals precisely with the constant updating of teachers, divided into courses lasting at least four years and managed by High school. We would like to remind you that this is done on a voluntary basis and involves accelerated salary progression. What would these formations consist of? What are the topics offered to teachers?

Based on what is stated byAppendix AContinuing education concerns the following courses Topics and activities:

a) updating of competencies related to pedagogy, teaching methodologies and technologies: these would continue what was covered in the first university training;

b) Contribution to the improvement of the pedagogical offer of the school where the teacher works in this way. 16th, section 1: “each school autonomy identifies the numbers needed for the innovation needs provided for in the three-year training offer plan, in the self-assessment report and in the training offer improvement plan”.

(c) Reach, based on the preference of the interested party, the following specific contents, detailed by the bodies referred to in Article 16th, paragraphs 5 and 6, which may develop in proportion to the complexity over several years :

  • Study of the specific contents of the learning discipline;
  • Design tools and techniques – Participation in national and European tenders;
  • School Governance: Theory and Practice;
  • pedagogical guidance;
  • Personnel and system figures: methodological, socio-relational, strategic technical training;
  • School inclusion in the class with disabled students;
  • Continuity in training and job orientation strategies;
  • Improving skills related to student evaluation;
  • Introduction and application profiles of the national evaluation system of educational institutions;
  • digital learning techniques.

Who can activate the formations?

The bodies that are delegated to provide further education are the universities that are also involved in the initial education process, the institutions of higher artistic, musical and dance education, public research bodies, museums that are already accredited by the Ministry . Organizations seeking accreditation must include in their statutes the objective of teacher education, aat least ten years experience carried out in this regard and at least three regions. They must have professional resources with previous university experience in this sector and make use of instrumental resources suitable for training courses.

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