Informal Learning and Formal Society: An Oxymoron?
In education there is an oxymoron: informal tuition inside formal society. The more we make our actions transparent, the more we are caged inside rigidity.
||Adult education, Soft education, Informal teaching, Formal society, Technical knowledge, Empathy, Technical empathy
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 6, pp.53-58.
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Claudia Bettiol is a socio-engineer. She works on the boundary between social science and engineering. There are several social barriers between men and technology that people try to overcome with participation programs and soft education communication. She is adjunct professor at the faculty of Industrial Engineering at the University of Tor Vergata in Rome where she teaches Urban Negotiation and Renewable Energies. She teaches also in several masters at the faculty of architecture L. Quaroni – University La Sapienza of Rome. She wrote the books "Bioarchitettura per la vita", with M. Masi, "Una strategia per le relazioni", with C. Campi, and "Negoziare il territorio: la gestione della complessità". She wrote a chapter in volume 'Collaborative Capital: Intangible Value of Collaboration — Its Meaning, Measurement, and Impact' (volume 11 of 'Advances in Interdisciplinary Study of Work Teams') - Center for Collaborative Organizations University of North Texas. She is consultant of several Italian regions.
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