By Giordano Casonato, Head of GSO School
This is a very peculiar event that represents a borderline case of how distrust among people may become more and more a source of conflict inside the school.
New story by Giordano Casonato, about the importance of trusting students, and making them feel responsible for their actions.
I learned, from my experience as a teacher and director, that there are at least four dimensions of adolescence. The length of time, which seems to never end, and which triggers continuous reflections on the final outcome of psychological and personal character. If it is true that the man qualifies and defines himself as he rises […]
Riccardo is often sleepy and absent-minded: a challenge for his teachers at school.
Grade 12. Year of the Diploma. Carlo is a student in energy-saving mode. Often, he borders on passing grade. He switches between brilliant tests and barely passing grades. He looks as if he is afraid of being too good – therefore, as soon as he gets a good mark, he needs to immediately set for a passing […]
Massimo was 18 years old and was a grade 11 when, that day of February, he didn’t come to school. “Teacher, he’s been arrested”, his classmates told me. “He was caught with a bag full of ecstasy pills in his pocket”. I hadn’t experience an absence for arrest before. How did Massimo end up in […]
The last two episodes narrated lead us to considerations of a general nature that I would like to briefly discuss here. First of all I like considering the school as a place to learn the rules of civil coexistence, the sense of respect for legal norms, for laws. Secondly, I think it is very important to teach the […]
Different event, different situation, same ending: guilty people discovered. Grade 7, PE class, but not for everybody. The sliest ones purposely arrive late at the gym to have fun and enter a classroom close to theirs, whose students are sharing the gym with them, with the intention of stealthily explore their mates’ rucksacks. Mario, Francesco […]