Spaces and activities for an innovative school


  • Andrea Ceciliani Pensa MultiMedia Editore


Making school today requires innovative teaching that involves spaces, times and different activities such as to shift attention from the classroom, as the only learning space, to environments capable to involve each individual student in an active and diversified way. The ministerial guidelines offer a clear idea of what an innovative school is. The partial analysis of a questionnaire, proposed to a sample of 631 primary and secondary school students, seems to indicate that the time is right to start this innovative process. The current students, probably prompted by innovative and constantly evolving extracurricular environments, seem to be ready for this idea of a new, dynamic and active school. A school in which the body, movement and emotional aspects can no longer be segregated between a desk and a chair, but open to a multiplicity of educational environments which can no longer be renounced.



How to Cite

Ceciliani, A. (2019). Spaces and activities for an innovative school. Formazione & Insegnamento, 17(2), 115–130. Retrieved from

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