The Roadshow, which is crossing Italy, from north to south, with a tour including 5 stages, will arrive in Lecce on 3-4 May. the Ludoteca set out from Turin, on 2 March, stopped in Udine on 23 March and had its third stage in Pescara on 20 April. After Lecce, the last stage will be in Rome on 11 May. The journey will finish on 23 May with a final party in Pisa, in the CNR Research Area.
The next 3-4 May event in Lecce will take place at the Officine Cantelmo (Viale De Pietro, 12).
3 May 2017
- 10:00 - 12:00: School lab (sold out)
The morning activities are dedicated to primary schools. Three local schools will be our guests. The children will participate in group games, lessons and will see multimedia products created by the Ludoteca team on digital culture and the mindful use of the Internet.
4 May 2017
- 9:00 - 13:00: School lab (sold out)
- ore 16:00/16.45 : Teachers workshop
During the workshop there is an introduction to the Internetopoli application, multimedia teaching and interactive tool. It offers teachers an itinerary dedicated to Web themes, is organized on various levels and includes assessment quizzes. On 29 April 2016, during the celebrations of Italian Internet Day, the event organized for the thirty year anniversary of the first Internet connection, the app was promoted by the Italian Education Ministry (MIUR) in Italian schools as part of the celebration activities in school classes. The app had 6000 downloads by teachers throughout Italy.
To participate in the teachers workshop booking must be made via Eventbrite. There is a maximum attendance of 50 teachers.
Each participating teacher will receive an attendance certificate from Giunti Editore, which produced Internetopoli for the Italian Registry (Giunti is in the list of accreditation bodies of the Italian Education Ministry - Directive 170/2016).
- 17 -18.30: Panel
Discussion aimed mainly at parents and teachers. The focus is the relationship of children with the digital world, both as a game and a learning experience. The discussion includes opportunities, awareness and attention to potential risks.
- Introduction to the Registry Ludoteca activities (by the Ludoteca team).
- Salvatore Giuliano (School head - ITIS Majorana Brindisi)
- Cyberbullying and network risks: what do we know and what can we do?
Benedetta Palladino (Department of Science Education and Psychology of Florence University)
- Safe on the Web: navigation tools for youngsters - Giuseppe Augiero (CNR Pisa, Web safety expert)
- Digital citizenship: the 8 necessary skills Iliana Morelli (Boboto)
Turin counted 74 pupils of the ‘Vittorino da Feltre’ Primary school who joined us for the morning session (3 hours of activities!) of games, cartoons and crosswords on the Web. The panel discussion of the afternoon session was aimed at teachers and parents and was on the relationship between youngsters and the digital world. The panel included the sociologist Giovanni Boccia Artieri, researcher Eleonora Pantò, psychologist Ersilia Menesini and security expert Giuseppe Augiero.
In Udine 130 pupils of the primary schools of Udine (‘Toppo Wassermann’, Istituto Comprensivo 5, ‘Zardini’, Istituto comprensivo 4, "E. Girardini", Istituto Comprensivo 6) and Trieste (‘Umberto Saba’, Istituto Comprensivo Roiano Gretta) brought the morning session of the Playroom to life in no uncertain terms! The session for adults saw some new faces and themes on the panel dedicated to the digital world and the future with Simone Puksic (President of Insiel S.p.A.), building bridges to beat the ‘digital divide’ with Oriana Cok (Thinker, manager and entrepreneur of Gruppo Pragma and Intoote, in the Area Science Park in Trieste) and Cyberbullying with Giovanna Tambasco (Department of Science Education and Psychology of Florence University) and Giacomo Trevisan (Association M.E.C.). Also there was the not-to-be-missed session of Giuseppe Augiero (Ftgm-CNR) on Web security.
More than 200 young internauts of the Pescara (Istituto Comprensivo 3 and 6) primary schools, third stage of the Roadshow, took part in the games and lessons of the Ludoteca. In the afternoon, there were lots of parents and teachers who attended the workshop on Internetopoli and the panel discussion, which saw the participation of: Sonia Montegiove (Publishing Editor of Tech Economy) with “Everyone (dis)connected. Guide to digital awareness”; Giovanna Tambasco (Department of Science Education and Psychology of Florence University) with “Cyberbullying and network risks: what we know and what can we do?”; Giuseppe Augiero (Ftgm-CNR Pisa, web security expert) with “Safe on the Web: navigation tools for youngsters and Ada Grillantini (School head Istituto Comprensivo Pescara 6) with “Sick connections. The school getting involved”.
Follow us on our journey of discovery of the digital world for primary school pupils and adults (parents and teachers).