TEACHING: Society and Digital Educational Contexts

Stefano Moriggi began to devote himself to logic and the philosophy of science when he stopped playing hockey on the track. His research focused on the theories and models of rationality, on the foundations of probability and on American pragmatism, with particular attention to the relationship between cultural evolution and technology. His interests led him to deepen the relationship between science, society and education in the Anglo-Saxon world of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, as well as the study of the "machines" that are reformulating the communication and learning styles of Homo sapiens. He taught "Foundatons of probabiity" at the European School of Molecular Medicine (SEMM), was a member of the International School for the Promotion of Science and scientific advisor of the Piccolo Teatro of Milan. He currently conducts research at the University of Milan Bicocca, where he works on the development of teaching methods and the design of environments and settings that are functional to "increase" the learning experience through digital technologies. At the same university he teaches "Theories and techniques of science communication on TV" for the MaCSIS and at the University of Bari "Aldo Moro" teaches "Cultural communication of technology" for the Master in Communication of research and education of the sciences. His publications include: (with G. Nicoletti) “Because technology makes us human. Meat in its synthetic and digital rewrites ”(Sironi, 2009); "School Rocks. The school splits ”(Edizioni San Paolo, 2011); "Connected. Blessed are those who will know how to think with machines "(Edizioni San Paolo, 2014); (with M. Dallari)" Educating beauty and truth "(Erickson, 2016); (with P. Ferri)" At school with technologies. Digitally enhanced teaching manual "(Mondadori, 2018).