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Dirigente scolastico Dott. Paolo Mazzoli

LA SCUOLA E IL SUO TERRITORIO - Il Circolo ha sede nel IV Municipio (XII Distretto scolastico) nel quartiere Nuovo Salario e opera nel territorio da circa 40 anni. La comunità originaria si caratterizzava per un forte disagio abitativo: per ospitare i bambini che abitavano nelle baracche di Prato Rotondo, limitrofe alla nostra zona, nel novembre del 1969, nascevano nel circolo due sezioni della Casa dei Bambini. L’urbanizzazione del territorio è terminata da circa 20 anni. La situazione attuale vede un elegante quartiere e un ambiente socio-economico medio-alto, con ridotta presenza di giovani nuclei familiari. Ma gli insediamenti più recenti che circondano il quartiere aumentano l’utenza di anno in anno. Infatti affluiscono alla nostra scuola alunni provenienti da altri quartieri tra i quali: Serpentara,Vigne Nuove, Bufalotta, Colle Salario, Talenti e altri ancora. Il Circolo, strettamente legato alla realtà socio-culturale del territorio, collabora con numerose associazioni esterne sportive, musicali, teatrali nonché con le autorità amministrative locali e centrali e con le scuole del territorio con le quali si unisce in Rete per il conseguimento di specifici obiettivi.

Per ulteriori informazioni si può visitare il sito web della scuola http://ospitiweb.indire.it/angelomauri/

(Roma 22/06/09)

L'ESPERIENZA INSPIRE al 115 Circolo "Angelo Mauri" di Roma - ANNO SCOLASTICO 2008/2009

Coordinatore scolastico: Prof.ssa BARBARA MANCONI.

Docenti coinvolti:

                  Annita Ciotti
                  Cinzia Maggi
                  Paola Botarelli
                  Cristina Santopadre
                  Maria Rita De Carli
                  Adele Di Francesco
                  Daniela Galati
                  Raffaella Bianco

I DOCENTI DICONO

1) I worked with two objects in two different classes: III and IV (children aged from 8 to 10). I chose "Characteristics of Materials" [1] and "Geometry" [2] and I found them both interesting, easy to work with, appealing for children ... but also for me! I had already tested the two objects at home with my two little girls (8 and 6 years old) and they were so much positively impressed that they repeated over and over the activities contained even without my help. With my students I meant to also widen their English vocabulary and consolidate their knowledge of interrogative form of verb to be as much as adjectives and short answers (while they were working at characteristics of materials they had to register the answers in English). Once they had understood the procedures, they went on by themselves and after completing all the activities, they could choose to repeat their favourite ones (each time it was difficult to have them stop their work). All students were highly satisfied with this experience, so much so that they asked me to have the directions to connect with Inspire and repeat the activities at home: a few days later some of them told me that they had connected successfully.I look at this experience as totally positive, enriching for my profession and consider it as an effective tool also to re-think my strategies of teaching my disciplines. (Cristina Santopadre)

2) Class II E (7/8 aged children) tested “Characteristics of materials”.[3] At the end of the year the teacher said:“My pupils remember that morning in our PC laboratory as one of the most enjoing of the whole year!” (Maria Rita De Carli)

3) “I liked “Habitat” [4] and my pupils liked it, too. However they attend a first class (age 6) and they found a little bit difficult to understand all those English words. Couldn’t we have the same activity both in English and Italian? For what concerning the whole web site, I must underline I found only a few L.Os for very young learners. I would have liked to find something about the five senses, or the structure of a tree … Starting from “Fishing” [5] I could explain the hard problems of pollution and extinction of animals, while playing an enjoying game. I’d like to find some more LOs of this kind! They make students relaxed while keeping their attention high .” (Paola Botarelli)

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