FERMO – The activity of the Permanent Observatory on specific learning disabilities and scholastic inclusion of the province of Fermo is returning. A jewel, grown under former Vice President Stefano Pompozzi, which is now being followed by Councilor Pisana Liberati.
“We have planned many meetings with students, parents and teachers in the months of May and June. The first is today at 5 pm in Montegranaro at the ‘La Perla’ Theater with the theme ‘How can it be so difficult? Academic difficulties are seen by students with SEN and SLD “. Speaking is the AID trainer, Katia Pasquali. Tests, prepared ad hoc, on the perception, decoding and comprehension of a text and on the graphic reproduction of the Gestures, allow the present the meaning of learning difficulties ”.
To follow, Saturday 14 at 11 am at the Amandola Cineteatro Europa (for students, parents and teachers); Wednesday 18th at 11am at the “Ricci” IPSIA (for students); Wednesday 25 at 10 at Montegiorgio Ist Medi (for students); Thursday 26th at 10am at Sant’Elpidio and Mare Ist Tarantelli (for students); Wednesday, June 1st at 5pm at Pedaso Sala Polivalente (for parents and teachers).
On May 6, however, the observatory presents the project of the Italian dyslexia association “My Story”, which has been traveling throughout Italy since 2013 to positively stimulate parents, teachers and young people by helping children with SLD through SLD volunteers. Vote. AID Youth Group.who raise awareness with their testimonies about specific learning disabilities in order to spread awareness and foster dialogue.
“Initiatives of this kind – commented by the President of the Province Michele Ortenzi – are an example of a fruitful cooperation between institutions and are of fundamental importance both for the teachers who give them important technical support, as well as for students and their families for a school community inspired by the principles of inclusion and active participation. ‘Can appreciate the interests of every child’.
The My Sotry project – Liberati concludes – provides an opportunity to explore the frustrating emotions generated by students with SLD and SEN. I thank AID – for sharing the “My Story” project with us through the ‘Stories of volunteers’s individual stories give a positive impetus to those who take part in the initiative.