If I tell you that Frontiers of Interaction is a two-day conference about technology, you might stop reading now. Luckily, it’s a whole lot more than that. Yes, there are speakers, but, as a past attendee of a Frontiers conference, I can guarantee that the speakers are of a world-class caliber and what they present […]
According to data collected by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, one in five Italian high school students regularly cuts class.
A high school in Rome will try to curb truancy and tardiness next academic year by using technology to monitor students.
Students will have to pass
Lockdown red became careful orange before turning to a liberal yellow, and a midday stop at an osteria once again became a possibility. I enter Osteria di Santo Spirito, at the upper right tip of the piazza, and ask if the fellow I’m meeting has arrived. A finger points to a table in the corner […]
Bring Tuscany to your home this winter with handcrafted items from the region we all love. From Prato-produced mattresses to candle bowls shaped by a Scottish potter, watercolours painted by an Australian in Florence and complete kitchens made in Tuscany, here are a few suggestions for nesting in the colder months that will last in […]
When we think of Florence, many of us think first of the Renaissance and the greats such as Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci. But what of the astrology and astrocartography of the city and its surrounding areas? What part did it play in nurturing and supporting the talent of these extraordinary men? […]
For the sustainable development of our communities, the United Nations points to the need to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.” The COVID-19 pandemic has placed an unfortunate damper on this goal, exacerbating inequities in education and seeing the most vulnerable students and families struggle to make the […]