Project "School – Lincean Academy"
The University of Milan, in cooperation with the Lincean Academy and the Istituto Lombardo Accademia di Scienze e Lettere, organizes refresher courses and workshops for humanities and science teachers in schools of all levels.
The initiative is part of the national project "The Lincean Academy for a new school pedagogy: a national network", conducted in agreement with the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) to encourage the use of new teaching methods, which can promote learning as well as synergies between schools and high cultural institutions in the local area.
The Milan hub is part of the project for a new school pedagogy, a national network coordinated and organized by the Lincean Academy through its foundation for schools ("I Lincei per la scuola").
The network includes 23 hubs covering at least 30 cities throughout the country.
Duration of courses
Over 25 hours across at least 5/6 meetings, including lectures and workshop activities in the classroom and online with tutors.
The courses are free.
You can register online through the Lincei Scuola website and the MIUR's S.O.F.I.A.
15 October 2019, 2.30 pm
School teacher training: the Lincean Academy's project
Head Lecturer: Silvia Morgana, University of Milan
Course: Strategies to teach Italian in the classroom
Opening day: 14 October, 3 pm
Head Lecturer: Maria Luisa Meneghetti, University of Milan
Course: Voices from the Middle Ages: the paths of lyric poetry between origins and modernity
Head Lecturer: Giovanni Righini, University of Milan
Course: Mathematics and decision problems
Head Lecturer: Giovanna Vitale, University of Milan, CusMiBio,
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- Presentation and use of educational kits and videos by JoVe
- Creating learning games through KAHOOT
Head Lecturers: Rosanna La Torraca and Franca Pagani, ANISN
Course: Biochemistry investigations
Head Lecturer: Stefano Maiorana, University of Milan
Course: Chemistry and the environment: Sustainable materials and processes
Head Lecturer: Andrea Maurino, University of Milano-Bicocca
Course: Data science, challenges and opportunities