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Liceo Classico Torquato Tasso

Country: Italy

Liceo Classico Torquato Tasso

52 Projects, page 1 of 11
  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 2022-2-FR01-KA210-SCH-000101556
    Funder Contribution: 30,000 EUR

    << Objectives >>We want to be able to welcome, supervise, monitor and integrate students with special needs in our establishments, in Brive (France) and Milan (Italy). Facility staff have identified training and long-term support needs. We want to share and observe our proposals, experiences in collaboration with experts and parents' associations in order to offer European expertise on inclusion in secondary education.<< Implementation >>Sixteen members of staff from our schools in Brive and Milan will work in pairs by videoconference, during observation sessions in the two establishments in the two countries, to compare, draw inspiration from and analyze their respective practices in work and support for students with special needs. Based on these exchanges, and in partnership with a researcher and our parents' associations, we will organize a seminar and publish deliverables.<< Results >>We want to bring this project to a successful conclusion with the organization of a seminar addressed to professionals in our regions with conferences, round tables, reflection workshops, on the production of deliverables of all kinds (flyers, internet pages, articles, audios and videos, interviews...), on the holding of two closing ceremonies in each of our establishments with the partners who will have supported us throughout this project in order to build a more inclusive school together.

  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 2018-1-FR01-KA229-047757
    Funder Contribution: 53,769 EUR

    This latin sounding acronym calls back to our common roots. It translates into “as the water flows”. The H2O molecule shall indeed be our core thread. For water is in and of itself in various fields we share with with each other, be it from a cultural, scientific, or environmental standpoint. Our actions will aim for four fundamental objectives: social, cultural, linguistic and environmental. The groundwork of our approach is to give meaning to our teachings to the service of an European project and its values.

  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 2022-1-PL01-KA210-SCH-000083389
    Funder Contribution: 30,000 EUR

    << Objectives >>The aim of the project is overcoming the fear and barrier of speaking in German language among 20 students who are at the age of 16-18. The organized mobility will let students to understand that in order to communicate you have to overcome the fear and simply do it so that your listeners will understand you. This should increase the motivation, self-assessment and surely should make young people braver in communication. It will also improve interpersonal skills to communicate and selfpresent.<< Implementation >>The activities which are planned will make students braver in communication in German language. Thanks to the participation in theatre workshops, preparing short drama spectacles including choreography using the storytelling method. Story cubes (cubes to tell a story) will be prepared as well. The participants will have a chance to sightsee monuments and historical places in Bologna, Modena, Verona, Poznan, Rogalin, Kórnik. Students will prepare together: tortellini, rogal świętomarciński.<< Results >>The students will gain and improve essential competence to understand and create information, to be multilingual. Moreover, they will gain digital, personal and social competence to learn and to be self-aware and be capable of artistic expression. The students will implement parts of the core curriculum. Moreover, they will meet new people, they will get to know the life in Poland and in Italy by seeing and comparing the differences and similarities in educational system in both countries.

  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 2022-1-FR01-KA210-SCH-000081489
    Funder Contribution: 30,000 EUR

    << Objectives >>Our main objective is to foster and develop a strong European identity among our students raising awareness of the importance to save and share our cultural and natural heritage using today's innovative sustainable and inclusive practices. Our « cliffs to cliffs » road, i.e. from Macerata in Italy-Liceo Leopardi to Rouen in France-lycée Jeanne d'Arc, will be the perfect breeding ground for our students to discover how important our cultural and natural heritage are to build Europe.<< Implementation >>A conference with Remi Brague and workshops will be held to debate on European conscience and identity. Other debates on green issues will be supplemented by the visit of innovative, interactive and immersive historical museums on the same topics in both cities. The students will discover The Marche and Normandy focusing on each region's eco- friendly practices to perpetuate their natural heritage, gastronomic culture, paper manufacturing. The students will elaborate a joint conservation design.<< Results >>The students' conservation of heritage programme will be submitted to each city's local authorities. This project will therefore encourage Italian and French students to get and spread a European citizen's consciousness that will not only lead to public debates but also actions shining a light on good practices. To fully achieve this objective, our two schools will pave the way for a better Europe from cliffs to cliffs, taking actions locally and being involved in the European network.

  • Funder: European Commission Project Code: 2020-1-NO01-KA229-076412
    Funder Contribution: 49,040 EUR

    The project entitled Fermentation processes and their socio-cultural impact on society: an educational project involving students in Norway and Italy is based on the collaboration between two highly profiled upper secondary schools Nordahl Grieg, in Bergen, Norway and Massimo D’Azeglio, in Torino, Italy. Fermentation is an old biochemical process occurring in production of alcoholic beverages, yoghurts and cheeses, used in baking and food preservation. Fermentation is nowadays a topical issue returned to the public attention thanks to consumers’ increasingly care to food quality and sustainability, and local tradition preservation. The project is in line with modern concepts as sustainable agriculture, inclusive and sustainable industrialization and innovation fostering, sustainable consumptions and production patterns, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystem to halt biodiversity loss, according to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Educationally and pedagogically fermentation is a unique opportunity for the involved schools to exchange good practices in cooperative learning, teaching, problem-solving techniques, teamwork, critical thinking and knowledge assessment. The project with its interdisciplinarity will cover subjects as chemistry, biology, history, economy, geography, health and care, statistics, technology and research learning and use of English language. Students will acquire a comprehensive knowledge about local economies and European economy. They will participate to four transnational meetings where practical and theoretical activities will be performed. Universities of Bergen and Torino, the Western College of Bergen, together with local Italian and Norwegian farmers, diaries, wine and beer productors will support the project ensuring a realistic social and economic dimension of the work. Discussions and debates about important issues related to geography, economy, food science, local food and drink traditions, consume of alcohol among young people will be mandatory. The project dissemination through the production of written theoretical and experimental tutorials, videos and short-film tutorials, posters, local seminars and meetings will make the project sustainable. The project is in line with the selected KA229 priorities a) Social and educational value of European cultural heritage, b) Promoting engaging, connecting and empowering young people, and c) Natural Science and EU citizenship and Democracy. Teamwork will promote learning in a social multicultural context encouraging today’s young people to be the guarantors of an European Union hopefully more democratic, inclusive and tolerant towards different cultures and traditions.


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