Parole a scuola!
Using the Manifesto in schools for digital citizenship education.
Are you a teacher?
There’s a surprise for you on 9 February!
If you’re a primary or secondary school teacher, make a note of this date: 9 February 2018.
To attend a one-day free training course on the themes of digital skills and hostile language.
What will it cover?
During the day there will be more than 30 lectures, discussions and interactive workshops lasting 50 minutes. There will be a brief general meeting beforehand, attended by the Minister of Education Valeria Fedeli.
The initiative is a concrete response to the need for action tools to tackle Internet hostility.
I would like to know more.
The event is organised jointly by ATS Parole O_Stili (formed by Associazione Parole O_Stili, the Catholic University of Milan and the Toniolo Institute Youth Observatory) with the cooperation of the Ministry of Education. It aims to provide teachers with the tools for education in digital citizenship, and to create a new educational path that will introduce the Manifesto of Non-Hostile Communication into Italian schools.
Don’t miss it!
If you have already registered for the event, you are entitled to priority registration for the panels! Don’t worry if you haven’t done so yet, as everyone will have the opportunity to book a place from Friday 25 January.
REGISTRATION ONLY ENTITLES YOU TO BE PRESENT IN THE HALL
Why be there?
You will learn how to use the Manifesto of Non-Hostile Communication as a teaching aid for the development of digital citizenship and to educate your students to use communication tools wisely and correctly.
> You will have opportunities for meetings and discussions with colleagues from all over Italy.
> You will have the chance to help create an interdisciplinary and innovative educational and teaching path.
> You will feel part of a process of change.
Benefits for teachers
The teachers who will take part in 60% of the convention will enjoy:
> Attendance form.
> Digital Attendance form
In partnership with
The event is promoted by Safer Internet Center Italiano – Generazioni Connected as part of the initiatives carried out on the occasion of Safer Internet Day 2018 in Italy
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