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As part of the Educa de Rovereto Festival, a wide-ranging colloquium was held today in the late afternoon on the topics of training, improvement and updating of teachers and the education system. On the stage were the Provincial Minister of Education, University and Culture Mirko Bisesti, the Vice Chancellor Paola Iaiceli and the Vice Chancellor Paola Venuti; Also present were the director general of the Provincial Department of Education and Culture, Roberto Ceccato, the director of Iprase Luciano Covi, the superintendent Viviana Sbardella, the mayor of Rovereto Francesco Valduga. And, at the beginning, the video message of the Minister of Education Patrizio Bianchi.
Minister Bisesti, highlighting the emphasis that the Province puts on the issue of teacher training, recalled how the latter is “at the heart of a project that we are defining, together with the actors of the school system, to promote the “We have a professional path for teachers, with a focus on merit, which is especially significant for those who have the future of our students in their hands. We believe this is the best possible investment for our community.” On the issue of guidance, the investment of the provincial administration is strong, and in this sense Commissioner Bisesti has reiterated the importance of focusing on the alternation of school work and the need, on the one hand, that students can live in a concrete way what reality offers from a professional point of view, instead, that the world outside the school opens up and vice versa.

In his welcoming remarks, Mayor Francesco Valduga recalled that it is no coincidence that Educa is welcomed in Rovereto “a city that has been able to invest in training and knowledge, equip schools of all levels and then has expanded his offer with the University and Iprase “, while in his video message Minister Bianchi spoke of the return to school of students, after the difficult period of the pandemic, an opportunity to relaunch many new training projects and the need for thinking about school, precisely because “building a better school means building a better society.”
The vice-chancellor Paola Iaiceli explained how: “Training those who will accompany the young people of tomorrow is the most important mission of the University, a mission that declines, also in the new Strategic Plan, looking at technical, scientific and humanistic skills as well as so-called non-cognitive because students become responsible citizens and participants in the community. The Strategic Plan envisages synergy between schools and universities and among the elements it focuses on is the involvement of students in the research and development, also together with the centers, of new teaching methods “.
Orientation, Iaiceli emphasized, means allowing your aspirations to be combined with the expectations of society and the world of work, and in order to do so, young people must have the opportunity to gain experience – such as alternating school / work practices, which are indicative of themselves and also allow children to make mistakes.
The vice-chancellor Paola Venuti, who moderated the meeting, recounted the experience lived inside the festival where university students presented project ideas to experts from the world of work and university for new ways of guidance in each order and degree. school. “Significant projects that have highlighted the need to use new technologies, more effective means of communication, creation of social contexts and storytelling.”
Next, the manager Roberto Ceccato spoke on the tools of training of the profesorado and on the model of permanent orientation developed by the Province of Trento, that allowed to achieve excellent indicators of operation of the system, both in reference to the low level of early school leaving. , and in terms of performance.cognitive in national and international tests.

The video message from the Minister of Education



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