Disability, 237 thousand euros for 16 Piedmontese institutes to learn sign language – Grugliasco24

There are 16 Piedmontese schools, of which 3 are equal, receiving grants of the Ministry of Education under the direction of Elena Chiorinodedicated to promoting exclusive courses that teach sign language as a natural language in the classroom for deaf children and adolescents, also involve their classmates so that they can learn LIS as a second language.

An action that Councilor Chiorino strongly desired, that one regional investment of 237 thousand euroswhose main objective is “leave no one out of school, and leave the world of work behind. The initiative aims in fact to support all those realities and education centers, specializing in sensory disabilities that have been precisely created to meet the needs of deaf students and to support local schools. That common goal – the Commissioner continues – it destroys communication barriers to foster the integration of baptism into collective life, from school onwards, the place where the first basis for learning and relational processes is formed. Helping those at risk of being left behind is a duty that I feel very strongly about, and for which I believe that all possible support goes to facilitate the full development of their potential. I believe in a school that does not have to increase the level of student ratings to reduce inequalities and that brings the quality of education back to the center, providing our students with the tools they need to reach their full potential. Right to guarantee, demonstrate the highest degree of high school, skills and merits“.

Despite the efforts, the pedagogical paths that are implemented do not always meet the needs of the students with a disability due to the lack of specialized figures, such as.The contributions we have made available as counselors are available immediately for the year 21/22 and will support schools to reduce the impact on students of all those language barriers that plague children and adolescents prevent the easy access to all useful tools both for their own schooling but also in advance of their career of tomorrow“.

Thanks to the earlier call, associated with the school year 21/22 7 workshops have been set up for LIS teaching In addition to the students, teachers, teachers, deaf speakers, interpreters and educators were involved. At the end of the course, students with disabilities gained more self-esteem and mastery of disciplinary knowledge, while classmates, along with teachers, gained an experience of personal and cultural enrichment. Among the schools that participated in the tender last year are theComprehensive Institute of Cossato, Pioneer of Italian / LIS bilingualism, in the integration of deaf children into the common school. To pursue‘Institute for the Baptism of Pianezza which has created a permanent digital infrastructure, the Web Television of the Institute for the Baptism with an “educational” page for children’s education. L‘Magarotto Superior Institute of Turinfinally, it officially certified the LIS competencies of students and teachers through the collaboration of the Ca ‘Foscari University of Venice.

I am 16 Piedmontese Institutes who responded to the call for public and equal schools of all levels: 11 of the Metropolitan city of Turin, 4 in the Cuneo region, 1 in the Belize region. The schools that receive the regional contribution for the implementation of the project are:

Province of Biella
– Institute including Cossato;

Highly specialized institute for the baptism “Magarotto” of Turin;
– Comprehensive Sommeiller Institute of Turin;
– The Azeglio Classical High School in Turin;
– Institute of the “Maria Consolatrice” Sisters of Turin;
– Parri Vian Comprehensive School of Turin;
– “Padre Loreti” playschool in Pianezza;
– Comissetti Primary School in Pianezza;
– Comprehensive Institute Borgata Paradiso di Collegno;
– Comprehensive Institute III of Collegno;
– Marconi Comprehensive School in Collegno;
– Comprehensive Institute I Nichelino.

Province of Cuneo
– Grandis Comprehensive School of Borgo San Dalmazzo;
– Paglieri Comprehensive School of Fossano;
– Comprehensive Soleri Bertoni Institute of Saluzzo;
– Institute including Robilante.

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