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The fundamental role of creativity at school

If we stop to reflect in a not strictly disciplinary way on the contents or educational opportunities that the school context can or must favour, the development of creativity certainly emerges as indispensable. The consensus of educators and teachers is unanimous on the need to safeguard and promote creativity. According to a study conducted by READ MORE >

3D technologies for future entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship refers to an individual’s ability to turn ideas into action. Education for entrepreneurship can be particularly effective in initial vocational training, as students are close to entering working life and self-employment may be a valuable option for them.  Moreover, according to “Entrepreneurship in Vocational Education and Training- Final report of the Expert Group”, some READ MORE >

Sexual abuse in the COVID-19 era: How can parents protect their child?

Sexual child abuse can happen anywhere, both in-person and online, and is related to many different factors. Reports show that during the COVID-19 pandemic the online risks of sexual abuse have notably increased, as both children and adults spend more time online, while physical distancing has restricted contact and interaction between children and supportive adults, READ MORE >

Are you ready to become the next Cybersecurity Officer?

The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, within its Threat Landscape Reports 2020 “Emerging Trends” and “The year in review”, as well a significant number of scholars agree on the fact that cybersecurity incidents are drastically increasing in recent years. According to the data released in the 9th Annual Report by Accenture on the “Cost of READ MORE >

Si-lab: school innovation lab

Innovation in the present-day educational field is something required especially in this emergency situation in which schools have to adapt to different learning options.  In fact, most parts of today’s teaching approaches are not totally ready to open to other innovative forms of learning. In this sense, the project Si-lab, financed by European Commission in READ MORE >