Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting Italia supports the training activities of the teaching staff of the G. Ungaretti State Institute of Melzo (Mi) to promote effective commitment to distance learning.
The Ungaretti Institute is very advanced in teaching techniques, so much so as to represent a model of excellence in the Italian public school.
For some time now, school executive Stefania Strignano has profoundly transformed the teaching mode to almost 1000 pupils aged 3 to 14 years of school.
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Tablets and PCs are obviously already used in the field of teaching in the presence. But coding, robotics and augmented reality are used in laboratories to learn for example the human body and English.
The pandemic situation has made school activities complicated and even if the teaching in presence is supported by strict protocols and procedures, the transition to distance teaching is always a concrete possibility.
Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting Italy has provided a donation to the Institute to contribute to the necessary and continuous computer and digital training of the teaching staff.
Teachers who are up to date with the use of the latest digital software and applications are the guarantee for effective and efficient distance learning.
Pierfrancesco Angeleri, Managing Director of Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting Italy says: ›We are an important component of our territory and we are an integral part of our community. We believe it is right to support a school institution such as the Ungaretti Institute, so innovative in the methods and contents of teaching, in the activities of updating the training of those who then have the direct responsibility for distance teaching. The leaders and professionals of the future begin their journey of growth and training from these kinds of institutions where innovation is itself a subject of education.