Mancinelli, Cesarina and Mastri, Lucilla EUROPEAN PROJECT OF SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION.

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In 2016 the final report of Operative National Program (“Competences for the development”), promoted by the General Direction for International Affairs of Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research, has been presented. Such a program has involved about 4000 schools from Calabria, Puglia, Campania and Sicily regions in which several training activities for teachers aimed to improve the teaching quality (especially of mathematics and sciences) took place: in total, 1125 secondary school science teachers have been educated. The management of the program have been entrusted to INDIRE Institute of Florence (National Institute for Information, Innovation and Educational Research), which could rely on European structural funds (PON funds). In order to manage to improve the learning quality of scientific subjects, the educational syllabus has been split in 4 different disciplinary thematic units (reading the environment, earth and universe, transformations, energy and its transformations) and 3 transversal units (history of science, education to sustainable development, learning evaluation). A total of 209 didactic materials have been published, both in paper and multimedia format (containing 25 clips made by the students), mainly addressed to secondary schools (during the last phase of the project some “vertical modules” have been added, in order to propose itineraries going through primary school and the first two years of middle school).

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Depositing User: Claudia Martínez
Date Deposited: 12 Oct 2018 09:30
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