The manager Katia Milano: “Extraordinary opportunity for the growth and development of the school, which crowns years of qualified experience in the field of internationality and strengthens its vocation and European openness”
CALUSO. The Piero Martinetti high school in Caluso is confirmed as a pillar in the field of education and becomes an opportunity for growth also in terms of environmental sustainability in the context of a project that projects the Calusian school on an international scene.
The institute in via Montello, which has a linguistic high school among its addresses, has obtained accreditation for the “Erasmus +, Key action 1mobility” program for learning dedicated to students and school staff, for the period 2021-2027 . A satisfaction for the principal Katia Milano: “Out of 477 candidacies at national level, of which only 287 have obtained accreditation, – the manager informs – our Institute is the only second grade secondary school in Piedmont to have obtained a score overall of 100/100 “.
«It was a great team effort – explains Katia Milano – completed in some of the most complicated days for our organization. It was the end of October and coincided with the resumption of distance learning. This is an extraordinary opportunity for the growth and development of the school, which crowns years of qualified experience in the field of internationality and strengthens its European vocation and openness. It will offer a greater ability to operate internationally, better management skills, access more funding opportunities, better ability to prepare, manage and follow up projects ». Among the objectives of accreditation, in addition to the enhancement of linguistic, professional and intercultural competences, the inclusion of socio – economically disadvantaged students and those with disabilities is important. The process will involve all high school addresses and staff training, so that the use of digital is of high quality and can be inclusive for students and families.
«We hope to establish cooperation projects for the sharing of good practices – adds the manager Katia Milano – and to promote training courses through the Erasmus teachingacademies. For students, we think of cooperation projects with other schools, aimed not only at the technical improvement of skills, but also at the development of critical thinking “
Critical thinking or critical thinking is a type of thinking that aims to reach a judgment through mental processes of discernment, analysis, evaluation. In line with the objectives of the Draghi Government, accreditation is linked to a transition to a green school with low environmental impact, education in conscious consumption and sustainability.The planned activities will be addressed to system figures and students selected according to common criteria, such as the experience in school, for the former, linguistic competence, motivation, adaptability, academic merit, conduct, socio-economic conditions, for the latter. –