EDUCATIONAL PLANNING

Luigi Traetta, Mattia Caterina Maietta

Abstract


Children and families find themselves in a situation of poverty both from an educational point of view and from an economic, cultural and social point of view: these families are focused on satisfying the essential needs for survival and do not dedicate themselves at all to education, culture, sport or to sociability. Educational poverty in children is not just a socio-economic disadvantage. Other risk factors can influence and determine a child's development and well-being. Lack of positive parenting relationships can impair cognitive, social, and emotional development. Early childhood educational poverty has long-term consequences and increases the risk of social exclusion. Schools are a link between the different needs of a family. Supporting parents in the field can help them recognize their role in complex, needs over time and develop the ability to cope with pedagogical challenges. The presence of parents in school life is very important. Parents are part of the child's family and the school tries to encourage learning and growth from all perspectives. This is why we believe that collaboration between school and family is necessary and that only mutual communication, not two independent institutions, can produce important results. Primary school has done a lot of work in recent years, but you have to keep in mind that our society has changed over time and some culturally different elements require different tools for both families and schools. To combat educational poverty, we need to be able to rejuvenate relationships that are important to parents and as important as children. Because in order to make the baby grow, it is necessary to involve the child in the path. For example, it is always necessary to maintain an educational agreement between family and school, to bring people closer to daily school life and to allow for true integration, improvement and learning of Italian. Only by sharing the opportunity to come together and confront each other can we create healthy environments, opportunities and resources that we can use for growth.


Keywords


Progettazione educativa; Scopi educativi; bisogni delle famiglie, Educational Planning, Educational Purposes, Needs of Family

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