In 1965 Enzo Ferrari converted the previous private school (used to train his staff ) into a public school Ipsia A. Ferrari
Relationship with the territory School maintains strong ties with Ferrari itself: practice in Ferrari offered to students tools’ donations engine test room mechatronic laboratory most automotive companies operating in“Motor Valley” (Modena): on-the-job training tools’ donations
Renewable EnergyFrom early 80s the school is active inresearch and testing in zero emissionvehiclesThe school develops some prototypes fordifferent challanges,as: Shell Eco – Marathon World Solar Cycle Challenge Plan Levante TranseuropeanMotor Show
Ipsia A.FERRARI in the world Since the early 90s EUROPEAN PROJECTS Leonardo da Vinci Socrates Programs Comenius WORLD WIDE PROJECTScooperation with a High School Japanese college inNagoya with annual exchanges of students andteachers, sharing job training and best practices
VOCATIONAL SCHOOL Maintenance and Technical Support• Guarantee facilites’ compliance with technical Specifications• Observe ergonomics, hygiene and safety principles• Organize and perform activities for waste disposal• Develop multidisciplinary skills in technological, economic and management areas
On 15th December 2010, Regione Emilia Romagna andProvincia of Modena School Board’s states IPSIA A. FERRARI can offer a new Technical area Trasporti e Logistica Costruzione del mezzobeginning next year (2011/12).
Students with specials needs are always supported by: Specialized teachers Staff educational assistance (PEA) Tutors RESULTSIntegration greatly facilitated- involved in class activities- first impact with the working world
Plans for students with disabilities and students with specific learning disorder (DSA students)1. No more "mad and desperate study“2. Mixed path from school to work3. Tutor for disabled students and DSA students
No more "Mad and desperate study" Testing laboratory for computer tools.DESCRIPTION Use specific softwares: Charles Mobile, CmapTools, OCR scanning program - Improve integration and personal awarnessOBJECTIVES - Develop a friendly learning environment - Improve IT skills METHODS Monitoring student’s interest ANDEVALUATION Reducing and avoiding “drop out” phenomena Increasing involvement in offered activities
SCHOOL ER financial Training helps courses 6 groups 3 meetings Tools for each Specific group softwares 4 PC Specific scanner 7 students CharlesOCR MOBILE 2 teachers Cmap Tools
Mixed path from school to work Reserved for students with disabilites and performed in collaboration between school andDESCRIPTION working service agency (SIL, Servizio Inserimento Lavorativo) Specific on-the-job training - Gradual integration into working worldOBJECTIVES - Autonomy and responsibility increasing - Achieve role’s goals -Monthly meetingsMETHODS AND -Friendly attitude EVALUATION PROJECT -Positive impact in school and extracurricular activities
SCHOOLFAMILY SIL ASL Company 1 or 2 days 5 or 4 days Mixed path Specificon-the-job School training
Tutor for disabled students and DSA students The staff educational assistance (PEA)/ tutor follows disabled students in: - school activitiesDESCRIPTION - specific courses outside classroom - homework support PEA/Tutor helps the classroom integration - Helping students in the organization of school work - Making easier relationship with the school friendsOBJECTIVES and adults - Developing of identity and own awarness - Friendly attitude METHODS - Meetings between supporting teacher and tutor to ANDEVALUATION define what’s done, to make corrective actions and to plan future activities.
Gets through to SCHOOL funds Township supporting staff Tutor PEAmain features main features • young ex-student • adult • holder of a diploma • graduated person • friendly support • friendly support • involved in educational activities • involved in cognitive process