In continuity with what has been done in previous years, but with a return to face-to-face attendance, the courses of study connected to the Alternanza Scuola-Lavoro programme will begin on 4 October.
This is a very innovative teaching method that allows theoretical concepts to be translated into practical knowledge gained in the field and that involves high school students.
The Alternanza Scuola-Lavoro programme
The aim is to increase the cognitive and human potential of the new generations, confronting them with the difficulties of what can be considered real professional experience.
The protagonists of this exciting training course are the students of the Pacinotti Archimede High School, who, divided into two groups, will follow the course in filming and editing techniques with lecturer Bruno D’Annunzio.
For the first group, attendance is scheduled from 4 to 8 October, while the second group will begin lessons on 11 October, ending on 15 October. The timetable, for all, is from 9 am to 2 pm.
The Alternanza Scuola-Lavoro programme is compulsory for all students in the last three years of high school, including high schools, and is one of the most significant innovations of Law 107 of 2015, in line with the principle of a school open to the stimuli of the territory.
For the national education system under the Ministry of Education, it is a real cultural change that takes up the good practices already adopted by many European realities, which fit well with the specificities of the Italian production fabric and socio-cultural context.