Formative objectives for inclusive Life Projects. Proposals from upper secondary school teachers in training


As an educational and transformative context, the school has the responsibility to prepare each student for adult social life. This requires action on teacher training to develop an inclusive culture together with effective school policies and practices, promoting a school culture that values diversity by providing appropriate training programmes. This paper reports the qualitative-quantitative analysis of the products realised within the "Orientation, Life Project and School-Work Alternation" workshop in the Specialisation Course for upper secondary school teachers organised by the University of Florence.  The teachers identified some specific training objectives in the short, medium, and long term in relation to the four dimensions of the IEP, thus experimenting with processes and practices of personalisation and differentiation of teaching.