“Look at the future of school”

“Look at the future of school”
“Look at the future of school”

There will also be a special physics lesson with Vincenzo Schettini, the teacher with two million followers on social media, at the second edition of Didacta Sicilia, the event dedicated to the school of the future which will take place from 12 to 14 October in the spaces of Sicilia Fiera Exhibition Meeting Hub in Misterbianco, in the province of Catania. The Sicilian edition is organized by Firenze Fiera in collaboration with the Sicilian Region and the scientific partnership of Indire.

«Professor Schettini is not only an excellent teacher at the Luigi dell’Erba institute in Castellana Grotte, in the province of Bari – explains the regional councilor for Education, Mimmo Turano – but he is also a skilled scientific communicator who has been able to use the social media to involve very young people and stimulate teachers, making physics accessible and attractive. The look to the future of the school is also made of attention to the present, of intuitions and experiences that arise in the Italian school. With Didacta we will bring them to Sicily and share them with teachers and students on the island.”

Vincenzo Schettini, 46 years old, physics professor and author of the book “The Physics we like” has become a true web star for several years with one million followers on TikTok, over 986 thousand on the Instagram page and 479 thousand on the YouTube channel . Schettini will be in Misterbianco on Saturday 14 October at 9.30am to hold a special lesson and to reward, with councilor Mimmo Turano, the Sicilian scholastic excellences who have distinguished themselves in Italy and Europe.

To register for Didacta Sicilia training events it is necessary to access the Didacta Italia website page (https://fieradidacta.indire.it/it/programma-didacta-sicilia/), select the activities involved, completing the procedure with purchasing the ticket directly on the portal, also using the teacher’s card.
INFO: From 12 to 14 October 2023 – Hours: every day from 9.30 to 18.30www.fieradidacta.it

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