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Meeting of teachers from the Marist schools in Italy

20/09/2010: Italy

From 30 August to 1st September, most of the teachers of the Marist schools of Italy gathered at Chianciano, a town in the centre of the country, known for its thermal springs. The welcoming locality, the beautiful weather and the friendliness of the people especially, created a favourable climate for the meeting. It was a matter of the last step in the process of qualification, taken thanks to financing from Fonder, a chance the Province tried to make the best use of. Since 2007 there has not been such a large meeting in Italy and shared among all the teachers. Getting together again was considered a positive aspect of Marist growth. The organizers thought there was no better way of putting into practice the motto for the year: « Let us build together! »The meeting was ordered around three different themes. The first, animated by Dr Giorgio Capoccia, expert in enterprise management, treated the question of quality control in the school. The second, set up in collaboration with the Marist FMSI foundation, was directed by Dr M. Cristina Ranuzzi and facilitated by a very attractive dynamic which involved the participants directly. The third theme, animated by Brother Giorgio Banaudi, demonstrated to the teachers the possibilities of the new platform of the Province web site, and especially the modes of virtual collaboration of classes and groups which serve to give new impetus to teaching and team work.The participants particularly appreciated the presence of provincial councillors, Brothers Damiano and Aurelio, and of Dr Rafael García, responsable for Education in the province.The participants numbered more than 120 from the teachers of the Italian Marist schools: Cesano, Genova, Viterbo, Rome, Taormina and Giugliano. The commitment of all was evident: « We have begun to build together ». The organisation of the meeting demanded considerable effort and not a little time and energy, but it was necessary for the continuing growth of the educational project of the Italian part of the Province.___________________Br. Giorgio BanaudiPhotos: Picasa

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