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Module 3: Cooperation with families and caregivers

Building cooperation with families and caregivers


Interactive Test


Table of Contents

You have to answer all the questions to get your score


Question n° 1/10
The main task of the school is:

to make a continuous dialogue with children
to establish a supportive and encouraging environment with children
to establish a supportive and encouraging environment with families
to carry out a project with the children
Question n° 2/10
Information on the relationship between school and family are provided by:

meetings and interviews
extra-curricular activities
both meetings and interviews and extra-curricular activities
festivals and theater performances
Question n° 3/10
The “snail pedagogy” supports:

an idea of slow learning
the use of simple materials
respect for the same learning times of all children
the reading animal stories
Question n° 4/10
“Intercultural mediator” is:

an internal educational figure at the school
a non-native teacher
an educational character who is able to go beyond mutual differences
provide information to immigrant families on aspects relating to the rights and duties
Question n° 5/10
A school based on meetings and mutual exchanges should avoid to:

send a message about the importance of cultures
make to immigrant families lose their original language
promote the language of origin and other cultures
give importance to traditional food
Question n° 6/10
“Providing a quality education, equitable and inclusive” is a goal of the document:

Indicazioni Nazionali per il Curricolo, 2012
Carta dei Diritti Fondamentali dell’Unione Europea, 2001
DPR n. 235 del 21/11/2007
Agenda 2030 - Indicazioni nazionali e nuovi scenari, 2017
Question n° 7/10
The ten steps on the Code of Conduct for inclusive interaction are suggested by:

Duccio Demetrio
Franco Cambi
Clara Silva
Graziella Favaro
Question n° 8/10
“Educational co-responsibility Agreement” is:

a list of rules for children
a pact between the families and the Headmaster
a list of principles shared between the school, the family and the students
a document drawn up by the family
Question n° 9/10
The two keys on intercultural training needs are:

the intercultural dialogue and the educational activities
the training of families and the L2 acquisition
the knowledge of critical situations and their solution
the study of the theoretical aspects and the knowledge of today's society
Question n° 10/10
Open labs:

are only carried on between two classes / sections
involve families in structuring methodological and educational tools
do not take place inside the school
can only take place outside the curriculum timetable
You have to answer all the questions to get your score

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