“…one’s power to choose is crucially measured not by the quantity of information and knowledge they own, rather by their thoughtful mastery of a scientific thinking which is able to listen, interpret, and seek the products of science, especially since those evolve so fast that any superficial factual knowledge grows rapidly old” — Il diritto a una formazione scientifica [The right to receive scientific training], 2012

Training of educators and teachers has always been one of my passions and skills. Since 2015, thanks to collaborations with Bicocca Training and Development Center (BTDC) and especially with Wise Growth – Diversity & Inclusion strategies founded by Maria Cristina Bombelli, I started an ever-growing training work in businesses and companies.

Training for educators and social workers – ongoing activities

  • Planning in education: the Individual Development Plan. I offer my critical input and ideas to educators, social workers and teachers.
  • Relationships and communication training. My approach is related to the systemic approach developed from Watzlawick et al.’s Pragmatics of Human Communication.

Teachers’ training and science education – ongoing activities

  • Charles Darwin the scientist. Delving into the story of Darwin, 18th century naturalist, is a way to appreciate what a fascinating enterprise science is, and its importance for humanity.
  • Laboratory teaching. Labs – as I see them – are semi-structured group experiences that do not require costly equipment, they require rigorous, conscious and careful deign.

Training in businesses and companies

  • Disability in the workplace (with Wise Growth). The scenario of disability in the workplace is changing and this concerns everyone: strengthening the inclusive capacities of managers and workers is necessary; at the same time, the evolution of corporate cultures and the development of specialized figures such as the “disability manager” is due.
  • Diversity Management (with Wise Growth). The complexity of our globalized world reverberates within each organization. Diversity management is the necessary approach to promote and capitalize the differences in the workforce.
  • Inclusive Team (with Wise Growth). Age and gender diversity, cultural, geographical, professional diversity can become the fuel for a more effective team. But to do that, diversity must be actively sought, known and managed, and it is up to each member to contribute!
  • Caregivers in the workplace (with Wise Growth). Caregivers take care of family member who are elder or ill. It is a very demanding role, under many respects. 25% of caregivers are employed in companies. How can the workplace manage the diversity of these workers, allowing the to integrate professional and family responsibilities?

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