If nobody likes school, there must be a reason: it doesn’t stimulate curiosity and mortifies talents, boxing the minds. But change can be possible: the book Creative Schools collects all the good examples of innovative schools in the world. And suggests a path to follow in the name of personalizing learning
An anthology of key-words from the latest essay by Rossella Sobrero, an expert in social communication and contributor of the Salone of Csr of Milan: we’re in the middle of an extraordinary evolution. This is why we need a new vocabulary.
It has been called the media phenomenon of 2017. This is what is behind the stories and social networking of this colourful startup with the goal of filling the gap in the market of women’s information of the millennial generation.
The statistics do not highlight it, but the gap is primarily generational, caused by the exclusion of young people from the world of work. This is according to Corriere della Sera journalist, Dario Di Vico.
A 17th century practice updated to the present day. A new frontier for large companies, who are scaling back the number of desks while encouraging employees to return to the office. However, there is a risk of affecting the quality of relationships and the creative process.
The president of Minotauro in Milan and professor of psychology at the Milano-Bicocca University explains that “the new challenge for education is digital education, finally taking its first steps towards a school model”.