CHRISTMAS MOVIES WITH SOUL

We're celebrating Christmas. It’s time for sharing, to spend time together with all the family and - why not? - time to watch Christmas movies with timeless values because, even as the years go by, the message always remains the same: we have to think of others at the cost of thinking less about ourselves. Home alone . Who doesn't Continue Reading




The social dilemma

With a very pressing, very American style of storytelling, the documentary The Social Dilemma gets straight to the crux of the issue it is aims to address. Tristan Harris opens with a very poignant phrase: "If the service is free, you are the product." Professor Shoshana Zuboff (author of the book The Age of Surveillance Capitalism) urges: "Internet companies are Continue Reading




CHILDREN “FOR SALE” STUCK BECAUSE OF THE LOCKDOWN

The world is still struggling with a historical ordeal that affects families first and foremost; but while in some cases the pandemic has restored value to the family, in other cases it has revealed the ailments of society. Too often childhood is at the service of adults; too often for the satisfaction of adults we forget the children. This is Continue Reading




Coronavirus: digital training boom!

Distance learning is growing at a fast pace according to Global Market Insights report, which shows an increase from 2018 of $190 billion, with a projection of more than $300 billion by 2025. There has been an international boom in distance learning partly due to the coronavirus pandemic. With the closure of schools, universities and b2b or b2c classes, there Continue Reading




Education in the digital world

Imagine for a moment that you have to give an important presentation to an audience that doesn't know you, doesn't speak your language and doesn't know your culture... where to start? It was the 2000s when the American writer and researcher Marc Prensky started talking about "digital natives" and "digital immigrants". Since then this expression is intended to identify two Continue Reading




Bing: a cartoon for children and adults

I must admit: I never expected to learn anything about education from a cartoon. And instead, to my surprise, during the period of isolation caused by Covid, it happened. I'm talking about Bing, one of the most popular and beloved in the 6 and under age group. Bing is an English animated series produced by Acamar Films, Brown Bag Films, Continue Reading




The hearts of lost youth return to childhood… and also those of alleged adults

Luca Muglia. The invisible garden. Psychospiritual therapy for young people in difficulty (Il giardino invisibile. Terapia psicospirituale per giovani in difficoltà). Aliberti, Reggio Emilia, 2020. Muglia bases his wide-ranging reflections upon his experience in the recovery of young people in a Juvenile Criminal Institute in Southern Italy. He advances in this book a proposal for the formation of the heart, Continue Reading




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Audio-visual consumption and reading habits of young people.


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Teen Usage of new and old media: formation & family.


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Giovanni Paolo II e la paternità


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Famiglia e mezzi di comunicazione sociale
VI Incontro Mondiale della Famiglia.


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La famiglia nei mezzi di comunicazione: Evangelizzazione ed evangelizzatori


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Messaggio del Santo Padre Francesco per la XLIX Giornata Mondiale delle Comunicazioni Sociali.


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L'amore che porta nuova vita nel mondo – Il Rabbino Sacks sull'istituzione del matrimonio.


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