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Coccia-Inserra Award for Excellence and Innovation in the Teaching of Italian (K-12)

The Coccia Institute’s donors will be awarding a very generous prize of $5000 as the monetary component of the Coccia-Inserra Award for Excellence and Innovation in the Teaching of Italian (K-12) for academic year 2017. Contact Dr. Mary Ann Re (Coccia Institute’s Director) at rem@montclair.edu if you have any questions.

Italian Language and Literature Others

Italian Language Teachers’ Second Annual Workshop at the University of Southern California “From Best Practices to Best Lessons”

Proposal submission deadline: May 12, 2017 Please send abstracts to Alessio Filippi and James M. Fortney at afilippi@usc.eduand fortney@usc.edu.
The Keynote Speaker of the 2017 Italian Language Teacher’s Workshop will be Elissa Tognozzi, Senior Lecturer SOE of Italian and Director of the Language Program at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her paper title is forth coming.

Science and Technology Study in the States

Join Italian Schools in Celebrating Pi Day 2017 With Math Games for all Grades on Redooc.com

To all US Students learning Italian: Sign Up on Redooc.com Math and STEM platform and Join Italian fellow students celebrating Pi-Day.
Redooc.com – See what type of tests Italian Students get at school and beyond. Teachers can sign their learning groups up at http://redooc.com/pigreco – Teacher coupon: PIGRECO – Register by 11:59pm UTC+1 of March 13 2017

Science and Technology Study in Italy

Bachelor Program in Digital Management at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice NEW!

Big Data, Marketing Analytics, Design Thinking, Lean Management and Information Security are just some of the fields of expertise that students will explore, contributing particularly to their employability for firms facing digital transformation challenges.

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To survive The Fatal Charm of Italy Ask Expat Rick Zullo first!

According to Rick Zullo: “the most interesting discoveries lie just beyond these initial encounters. Italy is a diverse, complex society with enough wonders to keep an inquisitive traveler enchanted for a lifetime.” – He’s absolutely right! Nothing about Rome is better explained to USA visitors by an Ango-Saxon Expat who chose to live there.