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    2. 2. ITALY Where we are We are in the north of Italy. We are in the plain near the river Piave(that it is an important river for the First World War).We are near the Montains (Dolomiti) and near the see too (Adriatic see - Venice)
    3. 3. VENETOREGION ADRIATIC SEA •The name of our region is Veneto. •The Veneto is rich of history and culture. •In our region there are castles and many natural signes
    5. 5. VENEZIAVenezia isn’t far from Montebelluna andCastelfranco: only 40 Km
    6. 6. Only 60 Km from Montebelluna,there are the mountains too. The Dolomites: in Italian language DOLOMITI
    8. 8. Education and our Constitution According to the Italian Constitutioneducation is a fundamental right for all the people.  
    9. 9. Constitution of the Italian Republic (Artt. 10,30,31,34 Cost.)Basic principles include:• the freedom of education and teaching• the duty of the state to provide a school open to everyone with no discrimination of any type• the rights and duties of parents to provide education for their children• the education and vocational training of disabled citizens
    10. 10. Ministry of Education, University and Research is responsible for school education (MIUR)It is represented at local level by regional andprovincial education offices
    11. 11. Special educational support• In Italy, disabled students have been integrated in ordinary schools• there is not a separate education system for these students• specialist support and auxiliary help is provided.
    12. 12. Il sistema italiano di istruzione e formazione The Italian system of education and vocational training Materna Elementare Media Inferiore Media superiore UniversitàNursery school Primary school Lower secondary school Upper secondary school University (Middle school)Età 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19AgeDurata 3 anni 5 anni 3 anni 5 anni 3-6 anniDuration: 3 years 5 years 3 years 5 years 3-6 years Obbligo scolastico: 6-15 anni (Legge n.9/1999) Obbligo Formativo: fino al 18° anno d’età Da assolvere nel sistema dell’istruzione scolastica (Art.68, legge n.144/1999) __________________ Da assolvere mediante la frequenza: •Nel sistema dell’istruzione scolastica; Compulsory education: •Nella formazione professionale regionale; from 6 to 15 years of age ( Law n. 9/ 1999) •Nell’esercizio dell’apprendistato To be carried out in the school system. _______________ Compulsory training:Until the age of 18(Art.68, Law n.144/1999) To be carried out through -attendance at school -attendance at regional vocational courses -apprenticeships
    13. 13. Scuola Materna (Nursery school ) Finalità: Caratteristiche: Organizzazione dei All’interno di un contesto sociale ed Facoltativa educativo orienta alla progressiva costruzione vissuti e delle prime __________ delle prime conoscenze e competenze e ad un esperienze dei Non processo graduale di alfabetizzazione al fine bambini in compulsory di: esprimere la propria soggettività,prospettiva evolutiva. interagire con gli altri, sviluppare capacità_____________ sensoriali, percettive, motorie, linguistiche, Aims: intellettive,ecc. To organise _________________ children’s early Features: experiences of life In a social and educational context nursery Durata: school leads to a progressive building-up of and learning in a 3 anni preliminary notions and competence as well developmental ___________ as to a gradual approach to literacy, in order perspective. Duration : to enable children to express their own 3 years individuality, to interact with others, to develop their own sensory perception, motor skills, linguistic and intellectual capacities, etc. NESSUN OBBLIGO / NOT COMPULSORY
    14. 14. Scuola Elementare (Primary school ) Obbligatoria e Caratteristiche: unica per tutti Sollecita l’apprendimento di conoscenze e Finalità: _______ abilità più complesse. Favorisce lo sviluppo diAlfabetizzazione di base con Compulsory capacità linguistico-espressive e logico-graduale passaggio dai campi and the concettuali. Stabilisce forme di raccordo e di esperienza agli ambiti same for all continuità con gli ordini di scuola precedente e children successivo. disciplinari. L’apprendimento nei primi anni segue un _________ andamento predisciplinare per diventare, poi, Aims: disciplinare. To develop literacy with _______________gradual shift from children’s Durata: Features: own experiences to subject It promotes the acquisition of more complex 5 anni areas. notions and skills. It fosters the development _______ of expressive and conceptual abilities Duration: and establishes connections both with the 5 years previous and with the following level of school. In the first years learning is based on an introductory scheme to the subjects that are studied later. Obbligo scolastico (Compulsory education )
    15. 15. Scuola Media Inferiore - Lower secondary school (or middle school) Finalità: Caratteristiche: Apprendimento disci- Obbligatoria e Presenta continuità nei processi di formazione e plinare con attribu- unica per tutti realizzazione di un ambiente di apprendimento che, in ______ coerenza con il graduale sviluppo cognitivo e culturale zione, sia pure senza degli allievi, consenta di: accrescere e potenziare le abilità Compulsory rigida delimitazione, di and the di base; approfondire le conoscenze e competenze concetti, linguaggi e same for all trasversali (personali, sociali, comunicative e procedure a settori children metodologiche); favorire la progettualità personale, la specifici capacità decisionale, l’orientamento. _______________ ________ Features: Aims: It carries on the learning processes established in primary To learn the contents of Durata: school and creates a learning context which, in keeping various subjects and 3 anni with the gradual cognitive apply concepts, terms _____ and cultural development of the learner, enables pupils to and Duration: develop basic skills, to improve knowledge and 3 years competences common to all disciplines(personal growth, procedures to specific relational competence, communicative and methodological sectors, without competence),to promote personal planning skills, decision- overstrict differences. making capacity and sense of direction. Obbligo scolastico (Compulsory education ) Dal II anno, con sempre maggiore incidenza, attività di orientamento verso la scelta della scuola superiore. (From the second year and especially in the third year, the focus is more and more on activities guiding students in the choice of the type of secondary school )
    16. 16. The Italian Parliament has recently changed the educational system with a vast reform. Its main objectives are: Decentralization Autonomy New flexible curricula with Fewer hours of lessonInstitution of a national service tomonitor educational qualitystandards Prevention of drop-outs
    17. 17. Second cycle of educationAdmissions criteria• Holders of the certificate of the first cycle of education may enter the second cycle of educationCurriculum control and content• Central Government determines basic curricula for each branch of upper secondary education• Core subjects common to all institutions are Italian, history, a modern foreign language, mathematics and physical education• The final examination, at the end of upper secondary education, is the upper secondary school leaving examination
    18. 18. Upper secondary school 5 years (14 – 17 or 19)At the age of 14, families and students must choose what type of highschool to attend. They are free to choose the kind of schoolthey want to send their childrenClassical education• Liceo (more academic): classic, scientific, artistico, linguistic…Professional education• 2 AREAS – 6 study coursesTechnical education• 2 AREAS – 11 study courses Compulsory education is required until 16!!
    19. 19. • Upper secondary school, made up of different kinds of schools and, generally, for students from 14 to 19 years of age Access to both university and non-university higher education is reserved for students after passing the State exam at the end of upper secondary school• Vocational training courses are run by local authorities and can be attended by people who have reached 15 years of age.
    20. 20. Upper secondary schools• Classical studies (liceo) (5 Years) UNIVERSITY or HIGER• Technical studies (istituti tecnici) (5 Years) EDUCATION or JOB After STATE• Vocational studies (istituti professionali) (5 Years) EXAM• Vocational studies (IEFP –CFP) (3 years) ONLY JOB
    21. 21. A) Lyceum• Liceo Classico• Liceo scientifico• Liceo linguistico• Liceo artistico• Liceo delle scienze sociali senior high school• Liceo cororeutico specialicing in: classical studies, science education, modern languages, didactics27-30 hours in a week and education, technical education, artistic education
    22. 22. B) Technical schoolsSettore economico1. Amministrazione, finanza e technical high school marketing specialising in:2. Turismo electronic,Settore tecnologico electrotechnic,1. Meccanica mechanic, building2. Trasporti e logistica3. Elettronica surveyor.4. Informatica e telecomunicazioni5. Grafica e comunicazione6. Chimica e materiali7. Sistema moda 32 hours in a8. Agraria week,9. Costruzioni ambiente e laboratories, territorio stages…
    23. 23. C) Professional schools vocational school specialicing in • Settore dei servizi theoretical and 1. Agricoltura e sviluppo rurale practical preparation 2. Enogastronomia e ospitalità either for skilled tasks alberghiera or for manual work 3. Commerci 4. Socio-sanitario and artistic production in various • Settore industria e sectors, with artigianato particular attention to 1. Produzioni industriali e artigianali 2. Manutenzione e assistenza tecnica the requirements of the local labour market.32 hours in a week, stages in farms orfactories …ALTERNANZA SCUOLA-LAVORO
    24. 24. Higher education• There are two main types of higher education: university and non-university higher education• the degree university sector is now based on two main cycles (a three-year Laurea, followed by a two-year Laurea specialistica corresponding to a 3+2 framework)• higher technology education (IFTS)
    25. 25. TeachersEach teacher has a second cycle degree(laurea specialistica) to teach at every schoollevel- Primary school teachers can teach all subjects (are generalist teachers), but are responsible for a specific subject area.- Secondary school teachers are specialist teachers
    26. 26. There are:• Permanent teachers (FULL TEACHERS)• Temporary teachers There is no in - service evaluation for permanent teachers However a new law of 2009 introduced a system of evaluation and awards to encourage excellence. We wait the implementing rules.
    27. 27. WELCOME TO ISISS SARTOR CASTELFRANCO MONTEBELLUNA -ITALY-Technical - Professional-Vocational school
    28. 28. School ISISS SartorThe agriculture school “D. Sartor” was funded in 1957 ISISS D. Sartor has worked in the region Veneto for over 50 yearsDuring this period the School has always met with young people to prepare them for the following specializations: AGRICULTURAL, AGRO-INDUSTRIAL, ENVIRONMENTAL
    29. 29. The central school is in Castelfranco V.toThe branch is in Montebelluna
    30. 30. The area of reference of thisschool is big (Padova, Asolo)Densely populatedCastelfranco andMontebelluna are the mostimportant centers(Castelfranco counts alone30.000 inhabitants). The wholearea, in the past it wascompletely an agriculturalarea, now is interested fromprocesses of transformation ofeconomy.
    31. 31. •Montebelluna is recognizedin whole world for the shoesfactories (sport shoes).•In our agricolture area youcan find typical agriculturalproducts as red chicor,asparragus, cherries ...we have also red wines andwhite wine (Prosecco). From mais we produce the“polenta” a typical venetoplate.
    32. 32. The school is surrounded by fields, gardens,greenhouses, hen-pens, nests for rabbits and plants andsmall garden
    33. 33. The professional Institute forthe agriculture ofCastelfranco Veneto was bornin 1954, as schoolcoordinated of the IPSA"S.Benedetto from Norcia" ofPadua, inside a projectanimated by Mr. DomenicoSartor and from a group ofhis collaborators.The aim of school was theformation of the popularclasses and farmers of thecountry in Treviso.
    34. 34. In the first years there was courses for education to young people and women (mechanics and domestic economy, notions of general culture).Immediately the Institute, equipped at the same time with a firm and then of regular courses of professional formation, it becomes an institutional and formative reference for the whole rural world and a strong agent of development for the whole area.
    35. 35. Today the agrarian and environmental school Domenico Sartor offers new possibilities of formation to the students of the territory.Today the institute has one central school,in Castelfranco Veneto, and one branch, in St. Gaetano of Montebelluna.
    36. 36. Inside these contextsthe agricultural sectorhas had to find newimportant sectors ofspecialization in thefield of animals, food,flowers horticulture,environment. Thanks… by Paola