Our educators offer the skills acquired in thirty years of on-site work to promote rights, participation in the management of shared assets, self-knowledge and knowledge of others and integration.
Our services are designed for schools and organized groups (children, young adults, teachers, educators, animators), for the corporate world and for all those who are interested in volunteering.
471 courses of global citizenship education in the school year 2016/2017
16 days of participation achieved in 2016
30 training sessions with adults in the year 2016
The activities we propose to schools, of all types and levels, are part of the great chapter of rights and citizenship and integrate this theme with teaching, offering thought-provoking ideas that can be further investigated during the school year.
The methodology includes participative lessons with theoretical reasoning, simulation games and practical workshops. The ultimate goal is to encourage good practices for improving the local and global context.
How is this done? By identifying the subject area of interest, adapting the proposal based on specific needs, establishing the number of meetings and the methods of intervention.
For: primary and secondary school pupils
Topics: peoples’ cultures, environmental protection, consumer awareness, migration, human rights, shared assets, volunteer training (for high schools)
Objectives: discovering the world’s traditions, bringing out previous knowledge and prejudices, thinking and comparing opinions, understanding the interdependence between local and global, developing creativity and problem- and conflict-solving skills, enhancing the group
Methodology: brainstorming, discussion networks and mind maps, lively debates, co-operative games of simulation and role-play, creative workshops, use of images, videos, literary extracts and music, and first-hand accounts
For: pupils of the first level secondary school
Objectives: learning a correct study method, using the information learned to solve new problems
Methodology: experiential exercises and workshops in small groups
For: pupils of primary and first level secondary school
Objectives: learning Italian for everyday life and for studying
Methodology: working in groups of no more than 5 children to 1 facilitator
For: pupils of 1st level secondary school
Activities: web communication workshops, public art events, community vegetable gardens
Objectives: a correct use of information technology to communicate;
learning mural painting techniques as a way to express oneself and to embellish the city; implementing service-learning experiences
Methodology: knowledge of specific techniques, meetings with experts, realization of products that can be used by citizens
For: children aged 5 – 14
Topics: peoples’ cultures, environmental protection, human rights, shared assets
Objectives: opening the school during holidays, offering families a service near home, building a network of cultural resources in the neighbourhood
Methodology: physical games, creative workshops, English, theatre, vegetable garden, videos, communication 2.0, public art
For: children, young adults, adults
Topics: play, memory, creative recycling
Objectives: enhancing creativity and manual skills, learning about other peoples’ cultures, thinking about our current educational and consumption patterns
Methodology: exhibiting African toys and explanatory panels; guided tours and optional creative workshops
For: Teachers, educators, animators, volunteers, corporate groups
Topics: conflict management and active listening, peoples’ cultures, consumer awareness and environmental protection, volunteering
Objectives: problem solving and conflict resolution, enhancing the group, understanding interdependencies between local and global, informing and training on social responsibility issues and practices, encouraging active participation for the common good and promoting volunteering in one’s territory,
Methodology: brainstorming, concept maps, Metaplan, frontal training, role-play, creative workshops