Rogue One, my impressions (no spoilers)

My day-one impressions on the Star Wars spinoff, which is actually a WWII movie. No spoilers (even in comments please).

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Green Gaming – Tenerife

As a freelance trainer, sometimes I get just the perfect combination of place-process-people that makes an experience truly memorable. It’s a slight variation of the “3 P triangle” sometimes used to evaluate a product or an activity, and it works really well to describe why the week-or-so we spent in Tenerife, in october 2016, was really special. […]

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Spaghetti alla Carbonara

No, I didn’t go completely crazy and no, I am not turning “The Cat” into a food blog in order to get more clicks. This post will just be some kind of playful intermission between all the travel stories, courses, movies and games reports. It’s the recount of how, together with my family, we made an epic-level […]

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SAY – Spinning a Yarn

What happens when you try to combine two topics apparently very different from each other? Who knows? We didn’t. And that’s why we decided to realise SAY – Spinning a Yarn: a training course on how to apply effectively storytelling methods to global education issues. If you needed to search what “Spinning a Yarn” means, don’t worry: you […]

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Share the Right Story

If I had to choose an alternate title for this post, it would be: Back to The Future. I even have the soundtrack of the classic 80s movie going on in my mind right now! And then I understood why. Because in “Share the Right Story” – training course co-funded by the European programme Erasmus+ – […]

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The Jungle Book

Raise your hand if you don’t know “The Jungle Book” (and then, run and do something about it, seriously). It is an iconic story, probably one of the most well known by young people and adults across several different generations. Since the publication of the book by Rudyard Kipling (which was rather a collection of books) […]

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Dead Sea – Jerusalem – Ramallah

Here is a short photo-reportage of a trip I made in May 2016. I had the opportunity to attend SALTO’s Tool Fair (an Italian-Israeli conference on non formal education), which was a great experience, and I joined it with two days of sightseeing on my own. It has been an intense journey, rich of encounters, reflection and stories. […]

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