To offer the best learning experience we need to move from a perspective where educators are mainly specialists of knowledge to the idea of educators as facilitators of learning. BBS Training the Trainers program supports our educators in developing a mindset that combines content excellence with the most innovative methods in teaching.
We aim to offer our community of students and participants the possibility to express their potential by being fully encouraged, engaged, and inspired in their learning process and being prepared to understand the existing challenges of our society.
Our goals are:
Sustainability is an interdisciplinary topic that involves moments of deep reflection in the global scene today. The teaching field is called upon to address this central topic by rethinking its techniques and priorities. It is the duty of educators to engage students and participants in an understanding of the challenges of sustainability to enable them to address the major changes facing a globalized world where resources are limited.
The most advanced teaching methods and innovative pedagogical techniques will be addressed.
Educators will be asked to step out of their comfort zone through moments of high engagement.
A mutually enriching context that brings to bear their personal teaching skills and experiences.
Laura Toschi is an Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Bologna and serves as Deputy Director of the Executive Master in Technology & Innovation Management at Bologna Business School.
Alessandra Zammit is an Associate Professor of Marketing, at the Department of Business Sciences, University of Bologna. At Bologna Business School she serves as Associate Dean for International Development and is Associate Director of the Ferrari Corporate EMBA.
Marcello Russo is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management at the University of Bologna (where he is also a member of the Research Commission). At BBS, he is Director of the Global MBA and the Open Program in Digital HR Management.
Sara Zanni is a Researcher at the University of Bologna and a member of the Bologna Business School Center for Sustainability and Climate Change.
Matilde Ratti is an Adjunct Professor in the Computer Science Law Course at the School of Science, University of Bologna - Computer Science for Management.
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