date: Da Friday 15 Feb 2019
a Saturday 16 Feb 2019
hour: 09:00 - 18:00
How the future of education will be? 60 students from Cremona institutes will answer this question during the “Vision Hack” event organized by Impactscool and Fabbrica Digitale thanks to the support of Adecco and the contribution of Net4Market and Eurotecno.
The initiative, which will be held at Itis Torriani of Cremona, aims to create an opportunity for exchanging ideas between the business world and the school world and stimulate debate on the future of education.
On February 15th, the students, after a first phase in plenary, will imagine real visions of the future of education starting from the signs of the present.
The projects will develop around three themes: teaching methodologies, integration and the relationship between school and the world of work.
On February 16 the students will present their visions.
The best team will receive an award from Adecco: a “coaching” path to facilitate job placement.
Andrea Geremicca is Chief Marketing Officer and co-founder of Impactscool. Since 2014 he has been part of the Organizing team of TEDx Roma and a visiting professor and mentor at John Cabot University. A former student of Singularity University, at the Nasa Research Park in Silicon Valley, Andrea studies and writes in his articles the impacts of exponential technologies on our society.
Cristina Di Francesco is Junior Project Manager and Community Manager of Impactscool. She manages customer relations, the organization of workshops and events and coordinates Impacstscool community that counts more than 50 Ambassadors in Italy and abroad. She worked in the startup and innovation field for The Hive, certified incubator of the Marche region, and she was Event Organizer of Startup Grind Ancona.
Francesco Laterza is a school trainer and Ambassador of Impactscool, managing training projects for students and teachers. Passionate about technology since he was a child, he is expert of digital fabrication, augmented and virtual reality. In 2015 he co-founded Officina Kreativa with the intention of applying VR and AR to the Cultural Heritage sector and started to carry out training activities for boys and girls between the ages of 14 and 18.
Andrea Mattioli is HR Manager of fabbricadigitale. He worked as a developer, project manager, team leader, CEO. Technology and education are two of the main pillars of his life.
His desire is to transfer his knowledge and experience to new generations especially to children and young people of primary and secondary school.