An institute that welcomes, recognizes, favors positive relationships and respects individual differences, valuing them as resources, must be able to count on the presence of staff respectful of diversity, welcoming the history of each one, careful to recognize the different needs of students, their different times, styles, interests and motivations, to encourage the realization of increasingly individualized experiences.
From this emerges the complex role of the teacher, as an adult able to get in tune with the student’s relational modalities and continuously verify the adequacy of his educational action.
We intend, therefore, to support the necessary need to increase and reinforce the endowments that each teacher possesses, giving value to training, self-education, comparison and research, understood as:
- attitude and daily reconnaissance that goes through the making of students and adults;
- project strategy to build learning paths with students;
- activities that aim at innovation of the system;
- reflection and self-reflection in the collegiate group and in the whole professional community.
The educational activity, essential to the teaching profession, combined with the sharing and confrontation between adults is aimed at forming a common, readable and coherent line of the Institute, a shared thought and language, a common well-being and the elaboration of belonging to the Institute and its history nourished by a strong educational passion.
The professional action will also be expressed as a balance between the legitimate rights as workers and the fallout of any absences in the organization of work, considering the characteristics of the service to students. The common effort will be to find the best possible balance in the composition of these needs.
Career development is the focus point of this value. MITA encourages its students and teaching and administrative staff to undertake training opportunities on the national and foreign territory through its wide network of collaborators with the aim of contributing to the autonomous development of their career.