Autonomy assistance and communication and accreditation services

“The modality that is extended in terms of autonomy and communication assistants – writes Paola Di Michele – is that of accreditation, with risks in the first place from the pedagogical point of view, that is, to make these figures are different personalities, differentiated and separated from the rest of the team with which he … Read more

In Benevento the exhibition “Affinity” by Anna Coppola and Maria La Mura

The organizers communicate: At 11.00 on Sunday 10 July 2022, the exhibition “Affinity”By Anna Coppola and Maria La Mura, with a critical intervention by Mino Iorio. The artists, who have achieved a high degree of work experience, face off in an embrace of artistic “affinity,” united by a ten-year relationship of friendship and path of … Read more

We treat each other and each other exactly as we would like to be treated

“I think the book” in your image? Children of God with Disabilities ”- writes Simona Lancioni – is also interesting for those who are not Catholics or do not have specific theological skills. Among other things, it leads us to wonder what everyone can do, believers and non-believers, disabled or not, to be accommodated to … Read more

The pains of the disadvantaged class

In the book The place Annie Ernaux rebuilds her childhood in the north of France and the attempted petty bourgeois rise of her working father who opens a grocery store with a mortgage. Ernaux writes that his parents “needed to live,” that is, to get out of the barriers of a condition that oscillates “between … Read more

School inclusion must be, first and foremost, a worldview

“In an ideal world,” writes Paola Di Michele, “the Operational Working Group for the Inclusion of Students with Disabilities should be a mental and organizational space capable of working systematically whenever necessary. But there can be no knowledge, coexistence, sharing, reciprocity, where there is no trust. Instead, there is a worldview, a mental representation of … Read more

School inclusion must be, first and foremost, a worldview

“In an ideal world,” writes Paola Di Michele, “the Operational Working Group for the Inclusion of Students with Disabilities should be a mental and organizational space capable of working systematically whenever necessary. But there can be no knowledge, coexistence, sharing, reciprocity, where there is no trust. Instead, there is a worldview, a mental representation of … Read more

Because teacher training must be inclusive

“Despite decades of legislation on the widespread inclusion of students with disabilities,” writes Salvatore Nocera, “there has been no parallel legislation in Italy for the specific training of disciplinary teachers on pedagogy, general and special education.” as well as on youth psychology, with regard to students with disabilities, which is why the total lack of … Read more

Because teacher training must be inclusive

“Despite decades of legislation on the widespread inclusion of students with disabilities,” writes Salvatore Nocera, “there has been no parallel legislation in Italy for the specific training of disciplinary teachers on pedagogy, general and special education.” as well as on youth psychology, with regard to students with disabilities, which is why the total lack of … Read more