0
0
0
s2smodern

On the afternoon of 9 and 10 October, the Atë Pjetër Meshkalla high school gymnasium in Scutari hosted a training seminar: Designing and evaluating by competence. It was the third seminar for school teachers organized by the CeFAEGI (Training Center for Jesuit Educational Activities, Euro-Mediterranean Province), following the two proposed last year.

It started off with the presentation by Fr. Vitangelo Denora SJ and Fr. Teresio Gianuzzi SJ of some excerpts from the Guidelines for Schools of the Jesuit Education Network. They touched upon topics such as the profile of the Ignatian student articulated in terms of personal, social and methodological competences; the formative values of subjects; and the evaluation of the outcomes and the pupil's growth process. Afterwards, Prof. Piero Cattaneo actively involved participants in the revision of the outcome of the group’s discussions on the elaboration of educational and didactic courses based on real life tasks from the previous seminar.

On the second afternoon, teachers discussed the educational values of subjects and the evaluation of learning according to the Ignatian pedagogy with Fr. Denora and Fr. Gianuzzi. Professor Cattaneo went on to offer some feedback on the group work of the teachers, who were previously tasked to elaborate a real life task as part of the daily didactic path. The second part of the afternoon focused on how teachers can evaluate the pupil’s competence-based learning processes and outcomes in their daily work. It was also an opportunity to present some tools that might come in handy in the further implementation of such learning methods.

At the end of the seminar, the teaching staff thanked the CeFAEGI team, pointing out the relevance of the themes and methods proposed in the implementation of the new curriculum, as proposed by the directives of the Albanian Ministry of Education.

0
0
0
s2smodern