All materials of the international conference "Local policies for Global Schools", held in Trento on 3rd and 4th December 2015.
For those who were there and those who were not. All materials of the international conference "Local policies for Global Schools", held in Trento on 3rd and 4th December 2015. (All document links from www.trentinocooperazionesolidarieta.it )
Read the introduction and the full program here:
Local Policies_Agenda_EN_web [213,22 kb]
SESSION 1 – Global Citizenship Education (GCED): a multilevel commitment to education, development and sustainability
> A comparative research on GCED policies in Europe: first results
Massimiliano Tarozzi , Scientific supervisor, 'Global Schools' research group, TCIC and University of Bologna
Tarozzi_Relazione Trento 2015 [78,45 kb]
> GCED in the new Finnish curriculum
Liisa Jääskeläinen , Finnish National Board of Education
Jaaskelainen_glocal citizenship [535,06 kb]
> The European Year for Development 2015: looking into the Future
Helmuth Hartmeyer , Chair, Global Education Network Europe (GENE)
Hartmayer_critical review_EYD 15 [805,39 kb]
> Mainstreaming Global Citizenship Education policies and beyond
Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti , University of British Columbia, Canada
watch the video > https://youtu.be/Cjmr8SRyPF0
SESSION 2 – GCED: what policies do we need?
> Introduction and Chair: Giovanna Cipollari , Comunità Volontari per il Mondo (CVM)
Cipollari_Quali politiche def [1,49 mb]
> GCED: opportunities and challenges from the perspective of curriculum
Massimo Amadio , Senior Programme Specialist, UNESCO Bureau of Education
2018. The extension of the PISA measurement to global competence
Amadio_Global citizenship education INT [482,47 kb]
> 2018. The extension of the PISA measurement to global competence
Mario Piacentini , Analyst, Directorate for Education and Skills, OECD
Italian Regions discuss their role in GCED promotion
Piacentini_PISA_GlobalCompetence [1,45 mb]
> Italian Regions discuss their role in GCED promotion
Gianmario Demuro , Development cooperation coordinator, State-Regions Conference, Sardinia Region
SESSION 3 – Educating about the world with the Seventh Art
Screening of the project-trailer "Global Schools" (PAT, 2015, duration: 2')
watch the project trailer: https://vimeo.com/146901842
Interview with Razi and Soheila Mohebi , authors of short film "Global Citizens"
Screening of the short film "Global Citizens" , by Razi Mohebi (PAT, 2015, duration: 15')
Through a symbolic language, the short film tells the story of a group of children of different nationalities who, together with their teacher, try to include a child who is excluded from their game, introducing the concept of citizen of the world and peaceful coexistence.
The film brings together three dimensions: Nature, represented metaphorically by a tree; culture, depicted with life experiences and from the words of the teacher; play, expressed by the energy, positive attitude and creativity of children.
watch the short film: https://vimeo.com/145312245
SESSION 4 - Parallel workshops : take action to promote GCED
> Workshop 1 - How to build a CSOs-LAs alliance to promote GCED?
Facilitator: Clive Belgeonne , Development Education Centre South Yorkshire
Abstract : In this workshop participants reflect on what has led them to be active on these topic(s), where they would like to be in a few years time and how different stakeholders (LAs, national institutions, schools, CSOs) can develop a shared vision. It will look at some of the features of good partnership and the challenges of CSOs, LAs and schools working together. Through dialogue and case studies, the workshop aims to consider ways to make the vision a reality with commitment from all parts.
> Workshop 2 - Can a peer review support the development of GCED policies?
Facilitator: Helmuth Hartmeyer , President, Global Education Network Europe (GENE)
Abstract: Moving from the methodology applied by GENE to improve and increase Global Education in European countries, the workshop will engage participants and simulate a peer review process among sub-national authorities and other stakeholders. The precess supports mutual learning, highlights good practices, and reflects critically in a comparative frame on the issues and challenges faced by sub-state actors as they work to increase and improve Global Education policies, support and provision.
Hartmeyer_GENE and Peer Review [65,62 kb]
> Workshop 3 - How to develop evaluation tools of GCED? Impact indicators on children, teachers and policies
Facilitators: Matilde Mundula and Laura Siviero , University of Turin
Abstract: This workshop deals with the evaluation of education programme on sustainable development and international solidarity, moving from the presentation of some experiences in the schools of Piedmont. Participants will engage in the construction of a possible tool to be used for monitoring the impacts of an educational project.
SESSION 5 – Building a widespread culture: the awareness raising
Andrea Segré, University of Bologna and President of the Edmund Mach Foundation
SESSION 6 - Feedback from the parallel workshops
Chair and wrap up: Stefania Piccinelli, GVC
Workshop 1: Clive Belgeonne , Development Education Centre South Yorkshire
Workshop 2: Helmuth Hartmeyer , President, Global Education Network Europe (GENE)
Workshop 3: Matilde Mundula and Laura Siviero , University of Turin
SESSION 7 - GCED in the Italian development cooperation
Giorgio Tonini , Italian Senator
SESSION 8 - European best practices to embed GCED in formal education
Introduction and chair: Giorgio Garelli , REDDSO Project, Piedmont Region, Italy
Garelli_presentazione REDDSO Trento [15,54 mb]
> The case of Portugal: how good policies can promote good practices
La Salete Coelho , GCED specialist, Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo (IPVC), Portugal
> The case of Ireland: GCED in an Irish Community National School
Jones Irwin and Deirdre McKnight Keyes , St Patrick’s College, Ireland
Carlos Brandão , Paulo Freire Institute in San Paolo, Brazil
Brandao_ESCRITO PARA TRENTO - sem anexo [203,12 kb]