Maria Teresa Carrieri
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Learning to learn together

Started Sep 28, 2010 0 Replies

Hello,I am Maria Teresa, a teacher of Italian primary school, and manager for ICT in my school. The last schoolyear I launched a European partnership project entitled "Learning tolearn together". The…Continue

Tags: comunication, tecnology, cooperation, learning

 

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School / Work Affiliation
Primary school
Blog
http://maestramariateresa.blogspot.com/
About Me
Teacher, degree in education, master in elearning, ICT manger in my school

Teacher's Manifesto

1. I love teaching. I love learning. This is why I’m a teacher.
2. I will teach to promote in every way a sense of wonder at the world, which is inborn in my students. I will teach in order to be overtaken by them. When I am no longer able to do that, I will release my position to one of them.
3. I will teach by demonstration and example. The acknowledgment of my mistakes will enlighten my way.
4. I will join my students in their discovery of the world around them, favouring and encouraging among each of them curiosity and inquisitiveness, questions and passion.
5. Being unable to convey truth to my students, my endeavour will be to get them to live in its pursuit
6. I will foster in my students the commitment and will power to constantly improve themselves and to never give up when faced with difficulties. I, too, will keep updating my training and knowledge.
7. I will strive to make the school the world, and not a prison.
8. I will not convey to my students fixed, pre-packaged ideas. I will be lead by my world view but it will never be a law for them. Questioning and constructive criticism will be the pillars of my educational action.
9. I will promote studying for life and oppose studying for grades.
10. I will gather assessment factors, and refuse simplistic and mechanical approaches that do not take into account the starting point, progress, commitment and overall improvement of each student.
11. I will fight for the school to be everybody’s school, a school where each student can learn according to his/her own pace and path. I will see that my students choose me rather than put up with me.
12. I will help my students light up the future through reading about the past and fully living in the present. I will help them live in the world as it is, but not tolerate leaving it as it is.
13. I will remain faithful to these tenets at all moments of my educational activity, ready to face and overcome all formal and bureaucratic obstacles in my path.
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Maria Teresa Carrieri's Blog

Village in U.S. Teaches about Worldwide Poverty

Posted on November 27, 2010 at 1:53pm 0 Comments

Today my students see this interesting video about Heifer International, that has built an educational

global village near the U.S. southern city of Little Rock, Arkansas

representing housing in various poor areas of the world. American

school and business groups come to the village to learn what it is like

to live in developing countries and spent a night in the global village

to experience some of the hardships.about… Continue

The Teacher's Manifesto

Posted on October 2, 2010 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

With a group of teachers participating in "The school that works", a

community of practice founded by Gianni Marconato to allow communication

between teachers of various italian regions and contribute, through

cooperation, sharing, communication, improving the education and the learning of students
, we have developed the Manifesto of the teachers presented for…
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