“The school model spread throughout Italy” – Chronicle

“The school model spread throughout Italy” – Chronicle
“The school model spread throughout Italy” – Chronicle

by Daniele Petrone From the ‘Reggio Approach’ to the ‘widespread school’ model. Our city is increasingly the national capital of education. We do not say it, but the minister Patrizio Bianchi who yesterday morning was the great guest at the conference – in fact – on the ‘widespread school’ at the Ariosto theater. “We are working on the ‘widespread school’ model to extend it to all of Italy – said the head of the department – We must also overcome the idea of ​​the closed classroom and for this we need to be able to have a continuous and constructive dialogue with the territory”. They are not talk of occasion or of …

by Daniele Petrone

From the ‘Reggio Approach’ to the ‘widespread school’ model. Our city is increasingly the national capital of education. We do not say it, but the minister Patrizio Bianchi who yesterday morning was the great guest at the conference – in fact – on the ‘widespread school’ at the Ariosto theater. “We are working on the ‘widespread school’ model to extend it to all of Italy – said the head of the department – We must also overcome the idea of ​​the closed classroom and for this we need to be able to have a continuous and constructive dialogue with the territory”.

They are not occasional or façade chatter as often happens when an institutional figure goes on a visit, but a serious intention to lead the Reggio example throughout Italy. “We are investing heavily already now and we have used all the European funds available. But also hooking them to future European funds. The NRRR is dedicated to this, not only to secure schools, but also to find new spaces. And for some time now. we are working with Reggio Children and all of Reggio from which we are learning this model of school spread every day “, continued the minister.

According to Bianchi, this model can also be applied against an age-old problem, carried out every year as a criticism of the school by many professionals, namely that of the so-called ‘chicken coop classes’.

“They are not even 3% concentrated in the large schools in the suburbs. The classes cannot be divided because the children have human relationships. How do you do it then? Overcoming the concept of class. Crossing out and spreading the school, just like Reggio Emilia teaches us with the ‘diffused school’ project “, concluded Bianchi.

A conference that lasted all day, from 9 in the morning until 17 in the afternoon, with meetings in which various institutional personalities took part, from the regional councilor Paola Salomoni to the municipal councilor Raffaella Curioni who conducted the morning with great familiarity on the stage. Up to the supervisor of studies Paolo Bernardi and the mayor Luca Vecchi.

“We must commit ourselves to signing a strong educational pact – said Bernardi – excellence must never be taken for granted, not even in Emilia-Romagna where we have a truly challenging model, of which teachers feel they are heirs and custodians, but who they have to face modern transformations “.

While Vecchi also touched on the new Decree and the anti-Covid rules: “I believe that even more stringent measures need to be evaluated because thanks to the regulations put in place we have been able to manage the Delta variant, preventing the children from leaving school from home. , in front of a pc … “. Theme that the minister himself spoke about: “We have decided to extend the obligation of green passes to parents and all staff because we want anyone who enters a school to be safe. We want to secure all our children and protect them. That’s why we are ready to start again on Monday “.

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