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Un viaggio alle Isole Svalbard cercando nuove relazioni tra scuola e ricerca scientifica

Il gruppo è composto da tutti gli studenti (18 ragazze e 2 ragazzi) di una classe quarta, coordinati da un loro insegnante, il prof Cattadori Ricostruire l'atmosfera delle epiche spedizioni polari esplorative scientifiche del secolo scorso. Cercare nuove forme di divulgazione per le scienze del sistema terra. Questi sono alcuni degli obbiettivi del progetto RESET (Research and Education Svalbard Experience www.resetsvalbard.it) realizzato da una classe del liceo Fabio Filzi, un Liceo delle Scienze Umane di Rovereto, Trento. Un progetto che li porterà a diventare la prima classe di scuola italiana a compiere un viaggio di studio alle Isole Svalbard, l'insediamento permanente più vicino al Polo Nord. La partenza è prevista per il 20 luglio 2016. Il progetto è realizzato in collaborazione con il CNR, il Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche.

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ll gruppo è composto da tutti gli studenti (18 ragazze e 2 ragazzi) di una classe quarta, coordinati da un loro insegnante, il Prof. Cattadori, specializzato nella realizzazione di progetti didattici delle Scienze Polari. RESEt è stato avviato due anni fa con lo scopo di realizzare un percorso triennale di approfondimento dei temi collegati ai cambiamenti climatici che saranno l'argomento-chiave della classe 5°. L'idea principale è di visitare stazioni di ricerca internazionali che operano in questo ambito e conoscere da vicino metodi e tecniche del loro lavoro di indagine scientifica anche tramite la realizzazione di piccoli esperimenti e misure in loco. 

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Nel corso del progetto gli studenti si occupano anche di tutti gli aspetti sia della comunicazione che della raccolta delle cospicue risorse necessarie. Questa fase è stata avviata nel Marzo 2015 e ha permesso di raccogliere le risorse necessarie, sia attraverso una campagna di crowdfunding svolta su SchoolRaising , che tramite una azione di sensibilizzazione che ha portato al coinvolgimento di circa 20 aziende ed associazioni del territorio.

Sono state attivate anche piccole collaborazioni con l'Università di Trento, l'Università delle Svalbard; oltre a manifestazioni di interesse di enti internazionali di divulgazione polare quali PEI (Polar Educator International), APECS (Association of Early Polar Career Scientists)

Recentemente il prof. Cattadori è stato certificato Globe Teacher, di conseguenza il Liceo Filzi è entrato nella rete nazionale di scuole GLOBE ITALIA.

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Al Prof. Cattadori e ai suoi studenti il coordinamento e lo staff di GLOBE ITALIA danno il benvenuto nella rete nazionale, fanno i complimenti per l'intraprendenza e la determinazione di cui hanno dato prova e augurano un felice e fruttuoso soggiorno alle Svalbard. 

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Riferimenti del Progetto e del docente

web   www.resetsvalbard.it

Fbook   https://www.facebook.com/Progetto-reset-una-classe-alle-Svalbard-337950279742413/timeline/?ref=hl

mail del progetto   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Contatto dell'insegnante coordinatore  Matteo Cattadori

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Cel. 3381543445


 

YOUNG EXPLORERS AND SCIENTISTS GROW AT LICEO FILZI WITH PROJECT RESET


A trip to Svalbard Islands looking for new relationships between education and scientific research.
By Matteo Cattadori*, Project co-ordinator teacher 
“To reconstruct the atmosphere of the epic scientific polar exploration expeditions of the last century. To seek new forms of divulgation for earth sciences. These are some of the objectives of project RESEt (Research and Education Experience Svalbard www.resetsvalbard.it) put together by a class from Liceo Fabio Filzi, a Human Sciences High school in Rovereto, Trento. Through this project, they will become the first Italian school class to undertake a study trip to the Svalbard Islands, the closest permanent settlement to the North Pole. On July 20, 2016, the class departed for Svalbard for a two-weeks study programme. The program of the expedition was developed in collaboration with CNR, the Italian National Research Council.
The group consists of all students (18 female and two male) from a fourth-year class, coordinated by their teacher, Prof. Cattadori, who specialiases in the creation of educational projects in Polar Sciences. RESEt was started two years ago with the aim of creating a three-year in-depth study of issues related to climate change that will be the key topic of fifth-year classes. The main idea is to visit international research stations that operate in this area and get to know methods and techniques of their work of scientific investigation also through the running of small experiments and measurement collection on site.
During the project the students also deal with all aspects of communication, as well as the gathering of the substantial finances necessary for the projects’ success. The fund-sourcing phase took off in March 2015 and allowed the students to gather the necessary resources. This was made possible by running a crowdfunding campaign on SchoolRaising, that through an action of awareness led to financial contributions from about 20 companies and associations.
Also the students have activated small-scale collaborations with the University of Trento and the University Centre in Svalbard; as well as attracting expressions of interest from international bodies such as polar disclosure PEI (Polar International Educator), APECS (Association of Polar Early Career Scientists).”
Note by Lorella Rigonat and Sandro Sutti, GLOBE ITALY CC
Recently prof. Cattadori was certified Globe Teacher, accordingly Liceo Filzi has entered the national network of GLOBE ITALY schools. Thank to that, at the end of the expedition some experimental data collected by the class will be entered in the GLOBE Database.
Project references
web www.resetsvalbard.it
fbook  https://www.facebook.com/Progetto-reset-una-classe-alle-Svalbard-337950279742413/timeline/?ref=hl
Email Project This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Teacher co-ordinator contact
Matteo Cattadori
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Cel. 3381543445

YOUNG EXPLORERS AND SCIENTISTS GROW AT LICEO FILZI WITH PROJECT RESEt
A trip to Svalbard Islands looking for new relationships between education and scientific research.

By Matteo Cattadori*, Project co-ordinator teacher  

To reconstruct the atmosphere of the epic scientific polar exploration expeditions of the last century. To seek new forms of divulgation for earth sciences. These are some of the objectives of project RESEt (Research and Education Experience Svalbard www.resetsvalbard.it) put together by a class from Liceo Fabio Filzi,a Human Sciences High school in Rovereto, Trento. Through this project, they will become the first Italian school class to undertake a study trip to the Svalbard Islands, the closest permanent settlement to the North Pole. On July 20, 2016, the class departed for Svalbard for a two-weeks study programme. The program of the expedition was developed in collaboration with CNR, the Italian National Research Council.

The group consists of all students (18 female and two male) from a fourth-year class, coordinated by their teacher, Prof. Cattadori, who specialiases in the creation of educational projects in Polar Sciences. RESEt was started two years ago with the aim of creating a three-year in-depth study of issues related to climate change that will be the key topic of fifth-year classes. The main idea is to visit international research stations that operate in this area and get to know methods and techniques of their work of scientific investigation also through the running of small experiments and measurement collection on site.

During the project the students also deal with all aspects of communication, as well as the gathering of the substantial finances necessary for the projects’ success. The fund-sourcing phase took off in March 2015 and allowed the students to gather the necessary resources. This was made possible by runninga crowdfunding campaignon SchoolRaising, that through an action of awareness led to financial contributions from about 20 companies and associations.

Also the students have activated small-scale collaborations with the University of Trento and the University Centre in Svalbard; as well as attracting expressions of interest from international bodies such as polar disclosure PEI (Polar International Educator), APECS (Association of Polar Early Career Scientists).”

Note by Lorella Rigonat and Sandro Sutti, GLOBE ITALY CC
Recently prof. Cattadori was certified Globe Teacher, accordingly Liceo Filzi has entered the national network of GLOBE ITALY schools. Thank to that, at the end of the expedition some experimental data collected by the class will be entered in the GLOBE Database.

Project references

web www.resetsvalbard.it
fbook https://www.facebook.com/Progetto-reset-una-classe-alle-Svalbard-337950279742413/timeline/?ref=hl

Email Project This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Teacher co-ordinator contact

Matteo Cattadori

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Cel. 3381543445