Peer-to-peer Catholic institutions Cambridge International School: Bari’s Precious Blood Institute and Foggia’s Marcelline Institute of Culture and Languages illustrate its internationalization program
Bari, January 20, 2022 – The Precious Blood Institute in Bari and the Marcellin Institute of Culture and Languages in Foggia are the Catholic partner institutions as well as the Cambridge schools that will host the meeting entitled “Benefits of a Cambridge Education on 21 January. The school that is preparing for life. ” They will be the directors, Prof. Angelamaria Garofalo, Francesca Palamà and Stefania Tetta together with teachers and speakers, to illustrate the educational project of the Cambridge schools, which by marrying educational itineraries based on the improvement of the English language, as required by the accreditation to Cambridge Assessment International Education, aims to insert the student in a broad internationalization program. .
Invited to Minister Patrizio BianchiMinister of Education, will speak Dr. Luca TucciDirector of Office VII of School Equality, Italian and Foreign Italian Schools; Dr. Federico Cinquepalmidirector of the Office for the Internationalization of Higher Education of the Ministry of University and Research; Luigi GaetaniPresident of the Italian Conference of Superiors.
The speakers at the event are: Josephine McNultyCambridge Assessment International Education-Schools Relationship Manager, Italy; Sarah M Howell, Polytechnic University of Trademarks and University of Ancona – ELT Professor, Trainer, author and researcher; Lisa M Kester-Dodgson, ELT teacher, author and trainer e Rossella Abbaticchio, Professor of Glotodidactics at the University of Bari Aldo Moro. His voice will lead participants to reflect on the internationalization of the Italian school, the programs and degrees of Cambridge International School, on the benefits and future prospects in the improvement of the English language.
Our school communities naturally pursue the goal of bridging inequalities and disparities, of reaching the peripheries of existence by offering all students the same opportunities to actively participate in civic life and to develop a cosmopolitan consciousness full of universal interests. A source of enrichment of the territory and the social fabric in which these institutes operate, the Cambridge method is therefore an essential foundation for a multicultural formation of the person. The scheduled meeting will focus on the didactic and human richness of teaching that goes beyond pure bilingualism. In fact, internationalizing the future of today’s children and young people means improving their perspectives and multiplying their opportunities, making them emerge and supporting their awareness of being part of a world in which there are different cultures to know and respect. .
A human project with deep roots, then, is one in which all kindergarten, primary and secondary students are involved, who entrust their training to the high schools of Bari and Foggia. For them a preparation of excellence recognized in the university, professional and of the life in general. And yet, an easier insertion into the world thanks to a greater awareness of the English language and an international education that never loses sight of the Italian cultural identity suggested by the national ministerial curriculum.
The meeting, which will begin at 6pm on the Zoom platform and will be live on the institute’s Facebook pages, will accurately design the benefits and prospects of the Cambridge method which currently involves a large global learning community with students of more than 10,000 students. schools present in more than 160 countries. In a rapidly changing world, it is increasingly urgent to prepare intellectually and socially passionate and prepared minds and consciences.