High training courses for
Principals and Teachers Second Edition
THE TRANS-MEDITERRANEAN SPACE AND THE ISLAMIC WORLD:
“INTEGRATION IN THE SCHOOL CONTEXT”
Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan
The course aims to provide intercultural competencies to managers and teachers, with a focus on everyday social and educational practices in schools. Interpretive tools will be provided to analyze and understand cultural, religious, pedagogical, and didactic aspects and to prepare intercultural education pathways, especially with regard to religious diversity.The course aims to provide intercultural competencies to managers and teachers, with a focus on everyday social and educational practices in schools. Interpretive tools will be provided to analyze and understand cultural, religious, pedagogical, and didactic aspects and to prepare intercultural education pathways, especially with regard to religious diversity.
L’ESPACE TRANS-MÉDITERRANÉEN ET LE MONDE ISLAMIQUE:
“INTEGRATION IN PUBLIC SPACES”
University of Rome TRE – OCI University
Registration Deadline: 7/26/2021.
The high training course (September 17 - November 5, 2021) aims to meet the growing demand for training on the issues and problems that arise due to immigration flows, particularly from the Islamic world, and require managers and teachers to implement welcoming, inclusive, and discomfort-preventing interventions toward international students and their families.
The higher education course aims to focus on the religious facts and challenges of the modern world, with particular attention to everyday practices in public spaces such as schools. The aim is to provide the tools to analyze and understand cultural, religious, pedagogical and didactic aspects and to set up intercultural educational paths, in particular related to religious diversity and educational contexts that allow, on the one hand, the inclusion of foreign students and, on the other hand, the diffusion of welcoming attitudes among Italians, considering also the cognitive and psychophysical difficulties that may be present in foreign students with special educational needs, which can be an additional risk factor for marginalization and social exclusion.
Particular attention will be paid to Islam, its stereotypes, its representations and its forms of communication, in order to analyze how the Islamic religion is lived in the school space, also considering the risks of violent radicalization generated by exclusion and marginalization in the school context and in the class group. A deep and critical knowledge of this religion is useful to make the school context an environment of knowledge and relationships with students and families.
The courses of advanced training PriMED “The Trans-Mediterranean space and the Islamic world”, organized by the Department of Humanistic Studies and the Department of Educational Sciences of the University of Roma Tre, begins.
An inaugural event that sees the intervention of the various souls that characterize the courses and the testimony of prominent religious representatives. The guest speaker will be Marco Ventura, author of the book “super-religione del mondo che verrà” (The super-religion of the world to come).
15.00: Opening and institutional greetings.
Manfredi Merluzzi, RomaTre University
Massimiliano Fiorucci, RomaTre University
Paola Perucchini, RomaTre University
15.20: Presentation of the book “In the hands of God. La super-religione del mondo che verrà” (In the hands of God. The super-religion of the world to come) by M. Ventura.
Maria Chiara Giorda,University RomaTre
Gennaro Gervasio,RomaTre University
3:30 p.m.: Speeches.
Marco Ventura, University of Siena
Roberto Mazzola, University of Eastern Piedmont
Alessandro Saggioro, University La Sapienza
Irene Becci, University of Lausanne
Sumaya Abdel Qader, Municipality of Milan
17.20: Testimonies from religious leaders: Pallavicini Yahya, Coreis, Italy
Pallavicini Yahya, Coreis
Nadia Bouzekri, UCOII
Massimo Cozzolino, Italian Islamic Confederation
Abdellah Redouane, Great Mosque of Rome
18.00 Course presentation by Isabella De Paolis, Camilla Hautant, Larissa Raymundo.
All registrants and advanced course registrants will receive the necessary information to connect to the event.