The next stops planned are Udine on 23 March, Pescara on 20 April and Lecce on 4 May.
Each stop for the event will follow a specific programme: in the morning, the workshop for primary school children; then an afternoon dedicated to adults, with a workshop on the possible educational applications of the Internetopoli app and a panel addressed to teachers and parents. The central theme of the panel will be children's relationship with digital technology, whether in play or as a teaching tool. Each stop will feature a guest with a 'keynote speech' on the relationship between digital technology, younger generations and school.
In Udine, special guests confirmed for participation in the panel include: Simone Puksic (President, Insiel S.p.A.) with a keynote speech on "Digital is our future; the boys and girls of today are already the authors of change", Oriana Cok (Thinker, manager and entrepreneur, Gruppo Pragma and Intoote, in Area Science Park in Trieste) with "Building bridges and tearing down walls: the theory of currents and communicating vessels for reducing the digital divide"; and Giacomo Trevisan (M.E.C. Association); with "Cyberbullying and online risk behaviours: strategies for prevention and intervention on a regional scale".
Ersilia Menesini of the department of Education Science of the University of Florence and Giuseppe Augiero, security expert of the CNR of Pisa, will always be present as regular guests.
The 'Roadshow' will conclude on 18 May with a final event in Pisa at the CNR's Research department.