Presentation on theme: "ITIS G. Giorgi (in the future). Itis G. Giorgi is located in the South area of Milan, not far from the tourist downtown, where you can admire the famous."— Presentation transcript:
Itis G. Giorgi is located in the South area of Milan, not far from the tourist downtown, where you can admire the famous Duomo. The Duomo di Milano is one of the most famous buildings in Europe. It is the largest Gothic cathedral and the second largest Catholic cathedral in the world.
The school is well connected by the means of transport: the green line of the underground is at less than 100 metres from the Institute. the bus stop is near the underground station. La Scala is a world renowned opera house in Milan, recognised as one of the leading opera and ballet theatres in the world.
About 700 students attend classes at Giorgi. ITIS G.Giorgi is a secondary school including: daytime courses for students aged 15 to 19, evening courses for worker-students. Daytime courses Evening courses
The courses last five years divided into: a biennio, a two-year course dealing with basic education concerning common subjects such as language, chemistry, phisics, science. a triennio (post-biennio), a three-year course offering different specialitations: electrotechnic expertise, electronic expertise, mechanical expertise, scientific technologic expertise. Biennio Triennio
Since 1966 Giorgi has been one of the most important technical Institutes in Milan. It is the biggest Italian evening school. Students come not only from internal areas of the city but also from the southern suburbs of Milan. The evening course
Special attention is given to foreign students. Extra-curriculum Italian language courses, realized in collaboration with the City of Milan and other specialized centres, are offered to them.
Giorgis main goals, defined in its educational program (P.O.F. document) are: Promoting culture, social relationships and environmental respect. Teaching complete awareness of "participatory citizenship. Offering technical-scientific training to its students in order to allow them to face the challenges in todays society which is in continuous evolution. ITIS Giorgis goals
Giorgis strong points: Every class is being closely followed by a coordinator and a tutor (each one of them with specific aims). The justice of the peace (a committee composed of two students and two teachers, chosen equally from daytime and evening classes) is in charge of solving possible disciplinary problems. Justice of the peace
Giorgis experience in European Projects has increased more and more with the passing of time. Taking into account only the last five years: Minerva Project: the use of videoconferencing to enhance multilingualism and communicative competence in Europe. Grundtvig Project: E_tutor for lifelong learning: competence and methodology. Inspire Project: new teaching methods in the field of maths, science and technology (MST). Grundtvig Project: European Learning Objects - an interactive methodology in adult education. Grundtvig Project: Mobile: a new technology for adult learners. Grundtvig Project: Exploring ways to reach the Hard to Reach Comenius Project: Migration Giorgis Projects
Giorgis network C.T.P. network enables Giorgi to organize courses offered to students over twenty. Those courses allow students to develop the curricula of two scholar years in only one. Indire Platform enables students to be in touch with an online tutor and to solve unexpected problem at distance. blended e-learning experimentations allow students to follow an e-learning lesson from home at least once a week.
Giorgis quality has been certified by CISQCERT for 5 years. CISQCERT is an external authority which certifies the quality of education. This project enables us to monitor the actual situation and to find possible weak points in the system and overcome them.
Our school is named after Giovanni Giorgi, an Italian scientist and engineer born in 1871. Giorgi is famous for the introduction of the fourth unit of measurement based on Electricity: the ampere. The new system, called MKSA (or Giorgi System) was recognized by the International Electronic Commission in 1935. Whos Giorgi