martedì 15 novembre 2016

Una Scuola... senza materie

“Finnish officials want to remove school subjects from the curriculum. There will no longer be any classes in physics, math, literature, history, or geography. Instead of individual subjects, students will study events and phenomena in an interdisciplinary format.
The general idea is that the students ought to choose for themselves which topic or phenomenon they want to study, bearing in mind their ambitions for the future and their capabilities. In this way, no student will have to pass through an entire course on physics or chemistry while all the time thinking to themselves “What do I need to know this for?”

The traditional format of teacher-pupil communication is also going to change. Students will no longer sit behind school desks and wait anxiously to be called upon to answer a question. Instead, they will work together in small groups to discuss problems.”

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1 commento:

  1. Il progetto è molto buono però in Finlandia i bambini imparano almeno due lingue straniere oltre la propria.
    Interessanti quindi i vari laboratori, musica, teatro, etc ... e le lingue straniere???? Mi sembra una forte mancanza!