Maria Giuliana Istituto di istruzione superiore “G.A. Pischedda” High school in Bosa, Italy
One important objetives of the DTSE Erasmus Project is to make activities in the development of the entrepreneuship. IIS “GA Pichedda” as a part of the project took part in the. NHSMUN Conference NEW YORK 2018.
Fifteen students of the IIS “GA Pichedda” participated in the NHSMUN NEW YORK 2018.
Project coordinator, Prof. Maria Giuliana Demurtas
English Teacher, Prof. Annalisa Marongiu
Held at the United Nations Headquarters and the New York Hilton Midtown, the National High School Model United Nations (NHSMUN) is the world’s largest Model UN conference, with hundreds of schools and thousands of delegates attending from around the world. NHSMUN is known for its diverse, prestigious attendees, its world-class staff, and its engaging committee simulations of proven substantive quality.
NHSMUN provides students with opportunities to interact with high-profile, relevant United Nations figures, including an in-person visit with diplomatic representatives of the countries the students are representing. Academically rigorous material, thought-provoking debate, and a staff of carefully-selected MUN experts; is an engaging, immersive experience in the world of international affairs, problem solving, and diplomacy.
One important objetive of the DTSE Erasmus Project is to develop activities in the development of the entrepreneuship. IIS “GA Pichedda” as a part of the project took part in the Model UN Conference. THIMUN QATAR, DOHA, 22-26 JANUARY 2018.
Fifteen students of the IIS “GA Pichedda” participated in the THIMUN Qatar 2018.
Project coordinator, Prof. Maria Giuliana Demurtas
English Teacher, Prof. Annalisa Marongiu
What is the MUN?
The MUN aims to be an authentic simulation of the United Nations – complete with Security Council, General Assembly, an ECOSOC committee as well as a wide range of other sub-committees, a Secretariat headed by the Secretary General, a Press Corp and of course the delegates.
For the duration of a Model United Nations conference, every participant or ‘delegate’ represents a member state of the United Nations in one of the committees of the UN system.
Delegates representing the same state together form a ‘delegation’. In their individual committees, delegates engage in debate on a wide range of topics, relating to issues as diverse as international peace and security, economic cooperation and development, human rights or the protection of the environment.
The ultimate objective of every delegate is to produce, lobby support for, debate and ultimately have passed a resolution on one of the topic areas within their committee.
By the MUN experience students learn how to research foreign policy, prepare speeches, and write UN resolutions; at the conference they learn about the perspectives of different countries, how to make speeches on the spot, and negotiate with other delegates to find global solutions.
By the end of your MUN conference, students will have improved their skills in research, public speaking, debate, negotiation, and diplomacy. These are skills that will help them throughout school, college, their career, and the rest of the life.
The objective of MUN conferences is to find global solutions to global problems.
The MUN conferences bring students together from around the world to learn and share ideas from a diverse set of experiences and backgrounds. The conference attracts around 1700 participants from Asia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. The conference venue is the beautiful Qatar National Convention Center.
C3 Spain International Congress Edufinet Congress
In 23 , November 2018, The DTSE components have participated in the The Edufinet Financial Education Congress ‘Realities and Challenges’ as part of the programmed multiplicity events of the Erasmus project. This event has been followed by the students of the project by Skype platform.
This congress seeks to highlight the importance of financial education. For this, it is expected to have the participation of researchers and speakers from institutions of various fields involved in the development of financial education programs. In this way, different topics will be addressed, such as, for example, the challenges facing financial education, the possible actions to be carried out to enhance it, or the effectiveness of financial education programs.
It remains open the possibility of sending “papers” related to the subject, which will be submitted to the evaluation of the Scientific Committee of the Congress as a previous step, in its case, its dissemination in the same and its publication in the book of minutes.
Our teachers has worked in the 8th Session: “Economic-financial knowledge in educational curricula: how and when to start imparting them. Comparative international experience “(Subject: economic-financial knowledge in the educational system / International experience). This session will be taught in English
Inteviews of the Teachers of the DTSE project in the Edufinet Congress
Mr. Andrés González
Mrs Valentina Nina Barabas
Mrs Barbara Hauswiesner
Mrs Monika Kubiszova
This congress had a very important impact in internacional especialized Mass Media and regional newspapers like we can see in this links
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Here you can download the Activity Planning for the meeting C3 in Bosa Italy
In the framework of the Dtse project and C2 Meeting in Budapest, we have make these interviews . Our
partner from each school awnsers these questions
About each country
1. Which are the economic sectors of each country?
2. What are the Most important enterprises of each country?
9. Tell me about a tradition of your country.
10. Typical food of your country’s gastronomy.
11. How could you use the new technologies in your country?
About your project in each school
3. Your school is working in a Dtse project. Explain the value proposal of your project.
4. How do you think is your project innovative from a social point of view?
5. Which do you think are the key factors for the success of your project?
6. What do you think, is there a chance that others may do something similar to your
8. What motivated you to make the Erasmus project?
About your experience in the M2 meeting in Budapest.
7. We are in this wonderful town of Budapest, What do you like most about Budapest?
Collaborate with local initiatives is an objetive of the DTSE Erasmus Project, in this like G.A.Pischedda School started a collaboration with the OpenCoesion Initiative.
OpenCoesion is the open government initiative on Italian cohesion policy, managed by the Department for Cohesion Policy at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.
OpenCoesion leverages on all open government dimensions and promotes an increased involvement of citizens, government, businesses, researchers and the media for a more efficient and effective use of cohesion funds.
Cohesion policy has the objective of reducing territorial disparities by:
The Open Cohesion activity started in November 2017; participating students are the 4^E class Administration, Finance and Marketing, coordinating by Prof. Rita Murdeu and Serafina Manca, teachers of Economy;
Conference-Collaboration with Italian Data Protection Authority
As a part of DTSE project, Students will recibe formation about the important subjets in entrepreneurship, and one of the most worries for companies are “the Data Protections Laws”
On 19thMay, 60 students take part in a conference on “The EU new Privacy Regulation”, organized by the President of Rotary Club, Prof. Emma Cucca, in collaboration with the Italian Data Protection Authority and his President Mr. Antonello Soro.
The Italian Data Protection Authority is an independent authority, set up to protect fundamental rights and freedoms in connection with the processing of personal data, and to ensure respect for individuals’ dignity.
The Authority has been active from its inception (in 1997) in the social, economic, political, and cultural life of our Country. Special importance should be attached to the provisions made in respect of health care, employment, banking, insurance, journalism, telecommunications, video surveillance, marketing, and public administrative agencies.
The new Privacy Regulation will be operational as of May 25, 2018.
With the new regulation will change the rules for those who are to handle personal data: for example, telephone companies, public administrations and any company with which the user will be to sign a contract containing his personal data.
The new Privacy Regulation will impose stringent obligations and will introduce new responsibilities aimed at ensuring greater security measures to protect personal data.
The regulation introduces clearer rules on disclosure and consent, defines the limits to automated processing of personal data, and also establishes strict criteria (and sanctions) in cases of personal data breaches.
The Regulation will replace the Privacy Code currently in force in Italy, recognizing important and broad rights to citizens and imposing a strong responsibility on companies and the Public Administration. It will introduce legislation on uniform and valid privacy across Europe addressing innovative topics (such as, for example, the right to be forgotten). In this regard, not all have yet understood the scope of the new discipline and, therefore, the adjustment processes are slow and sometimes perceived as mere bureaucratic aggravations. We therefore try to understand the most important changes that will be introduced by the new Regulation and therefore what will change in May 2018 in terms of privacy. Index
1 Privacy: the new legislation
2 Privacy: data expiring
3 Privacy: the purposes of the new legislation
4 Privacy: how is it protected?
5 Privacy: who is responsible for the protection of personal data?
6 Privacy: what is the right to be forgotten?
7 Privacy and new sanctions
– Promote orientation in young people, enhancing personal vocations and interests;
– Develop self-defense skills with respect to future training paths;
– Educating for new entrepreneurship, developing a close collaboration between the educational institution, the business system, and the bodies operating in the territory;
– Develop operational skills (find information, illustrate ideas, organize work and time available, prepare plans);
– Acquire the logic and techniques of business operations by integrating theory and practice into a specific production context;
– Evaluate alternative proposals and make choices justifying them;
– Acquire responsibilities with respect to assigned tasks and scheduled times;
– Develop attitudes to cooperation, learning to manage their role within the company;
The aims to be pursued consist in providing students with the tools suitable for entering the working world and for choosing the university faculty.
The activities are for students of the fourth and fifth grades.
Tools and methods: cooperative work, test exercises for scheduled access to university faculties, documentation and analysis activities, collaboration with companies, universities, training and professional development bodies, professional associations.
“Citizenship and Constitution”.
One of the school’s tasks is to develop, in all students, skills and behaviours of “active citizenship” inspired by the values of responsibility, legality, participation and solidarity. Knowledge, reflection and active confrontation with constitutional principles represent a fundamental moment for the growth of these skills in students.
During the school year, students participated in a series of “Citizenship and Constitution” activities, in collaboration with other Italian schools, with the aim of building broader citizenship skills.