This article comes from the proposal of an educational laboratory provided within the summer school program at the Department of Pedagogy of Innovation of the University of Turku (Finland). The laboratory is thought as an educational activity aimed at the improvement of transversal skills, specifically the competence of leadership. Through the study of two works by Shakespeare, Richard II and King Lear, the two plays and their protagonists are analyzed in order to explore leadership put into practice. This positive experience leads us to reflect and propose new educational models that place the study of the classics at the center of an integral education

Caggiano, V. (2018). Education to leadership: Shakespeare’s exempla and soft skills. EDUCAZIONE, 7 (2).(2), 111-126 [10.14668/Educaz_7206].

Education to leadership: Shakespeare’s exempla and soft skills

Caggiano, V.
2018-01-01

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This article comes from the proposal of an educational laboratory provided within the summer school program at the Department of Pedagogy of Innovation of the University of Turku (Finland). The laboratory is thought as an educational activity aimed at the improvement of transversal skills, specifically the competence of leadership. Through the study of two works by Shakespeare, Richard II and King Lear, the two plays and their protagonists are analyzed in order to explore leadership put into practice. This positive experience leads us to reflect and propose new educational models that place the study of the classics at the center of an integral education
Caggiano, V. (2018). Education to leadership: Shakespeare’s exempla and soft skills. EDUCAZIONE, 7 (2).(2), 111-126 [10.14668/Educaz_7206].
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