10.3.1B-FSEPON-PI-2019-1 - TIME TO START AGAIN

2018
PICTURE OF THE SCHOOL

Istituto CPIA 2 ALBA – MONDOVI’

CPIA 2 Alba – Mondovì Institute provides adult education classes aimed at obtaining degrees and certificates, promotes initiatives to increase the range of training programs as to strengthen students’ skills and put into practice their abilities. It carries out research and development activities in the field of education.

It is currently accredited as management body for the Erasmus+ 2021 – 2027 consortium.

PARTICIPANTS

Two teachers and 15 students – 2 of them living abroad, in the Netherlands and Lithuania – took part in the project.

DESCRIPTION

The NOP is organized in 9 modules. The title of the module currently being examined is Music and words

The project is divided into several units dealing with a single theme, which are aimed at strengthening Italian L2 competence, sharing experiences among peers, creating meaningful relationships, promoting the surrounding area and fostering active participation as an expression of citizenship and sense of community.

Italian songs are used to provide the students with A2-level language skills (CEFR) and citizenship skills which help them overcome the language and cultural barriers they are faced with when living in a foreign country.

LOCAL NETWORK

The school takes part in several local networks of schools, cooperates with vocational schools in the Cuneo area and the regional educational department. It belongs to the CPIA network of Piedmont and participates in action research tables.

Improving language skills in Italian (A2 of the CEFR); obtaining knowledge about the area, its tradition and customs; improving basic digital skills; developing good relationships.

They include cross – curricular workshops dealing with a single theme, using dynamic teaching instruments which facilitate active training and blended learning. The module uses singing, body language, friendly relations and social activity to help students learn new skills and stimulate hidden personal talent.

The class improved their language skills, started to use technologies more sensibly, learned new things about the area, showed interest in raising-awareness projects aimed at ecological transition, sustainability and active citizenship, as the monitoring showed while the project was still ongoing.