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Trusted teacher: I. Academic Career: - QUALIFICATIONS (MAÎTRE DE CONFÉRENCES) en Philosophie (CNU 17) et Épistémologie et Histoire des Sciences (CNU 72), 2023-2027 ; - Chargé d'enseignement (Cours magistral CM) en Épistémologie : méthodologie universitaire, Département d’Histoire, Faculté des Lettres, ICP - Institut Catholique de Paris (Assas) - Chargé d'enseignement (Cours magistral CM et TD) en Épistémologie et Histoire des Sciences, Université UTC de Compiègne, Alliance Sorbonne Université, PSL – Paris Sciences Lettres Chargé d'enseignement en Histoire des Sciences, Faculté d’Études humanistes, Université de Vercelli - QUALIFICATIONS (MAÎTRE DE CONFÉRENCES) en Philosophie (CNU 17) et Épistémologie et Histoire des Sciences (CNU 72), 2018-2022 ; - PHD in PHILOSOPHY, Sorbonne University (Paris IV), très honorable avec félicitations du jury à l'unanimité ; - PHD in PHILOSOPHY, University of Macerata (Italy), magna cum laude ; - MASTER II in PHILOSOPHY, Catholic University of Milan, 110/110 cum laude ; - BACHELOR in PHILOSOPHY, University of Trento, 110/110 cum laude. II. Books: – (book) S. KONSTANTINOV – L. SAPOGIN, New Physics is the key to solving problems. Cosmology and Quantum Physics, Lambert Academic Publishing, 2020 [ISBN 978-620-2-92413-9] III. Articles: - Osservazioni fisico-teoriche attorno al primo scritto di Kant sulle forze vive del 1746 (1749), «PHYSIS», 53 (2018), pp. 143-173 ; - L’histoire du droit et la question épistémologique fondamentale de la Science « classique ». La méthodologie historique-critique dans la philosophie transcendantale de Kant, in N. Hakim (éd.), L’histoire du droit. Entre science et politique, Paris, Éditions de la Sorbonne, 2019, pp. 35-58 [ISBN 979-10-351-0324-8] ; – (intervention) Conférence organisée par la Société française de Philosophie Avoir des droits : pourquoi, comment, lesquels ?, séance du 21 novembre 2015, exposé de M. Jean-François Kervégan, Bulletin de la Société française de Philosophie, 109 (2015), 4, Octobre-Décembre, p. 43-44 [ISBN 978-2-7116-5078-1] ; – (article) « Il sonno dell Cultura genera mostri », in Scenari, 18 Mars 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 – (article) « Kant and a New Physics », in IJARPS, 7 (2020), 9, p. 13-26 ; – (article) « The Immanuel Kant’s Living Forces », by Stanislav Konstantinov and Stefano, in IJARPS, 7 (2020), 10, p. 1-7 ; – (article) « Parola e immagine », in Scenari, 23 Septembre 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 – (article) « Parola, immagine e rappresentazione. Note kantiane per un recupero dell’esistenza », in Scenari, 29 Septembre 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 ; – (article, Actes du Congrès SISFA 2019) « The vis viva (living force) controversy in the first kantian work [1746 (1749)] and his relevance for the Contemporary Physics », in Atti del XXXIX Convegno annuale – Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference, Pisa, 9-12 Settembre 2019, Società Italiana degli Storici della Fisica e dell’Astronomia (SISFA), Pise, Pisa University Press, 2020, p. 135-145 ; – (article) « Penrose, il Nobel e il sogno di una notte di mezza estate, ovvero: “Sogni di un visionario chiariti come sogni della (Meta-)Fisica” », in Scenari, 18 Novembre 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 – (article) « Immanuel Kant and Dead Matter », in IJARPS, 7 (2020), 11, p. 31-38 ; – (article) « La questione delle forze vive e la Meccanica di Aristotele nel primo scritto di Kant », La Cultura, LVIII (2020), 2-3, p. 277-297 ; – (article) Penrose, il Nobel e il sogno di una notte di mezza estate, ovvero: “Sogni di un visionario chiariti come sogni della (Meta-)Fisica”, in «Scenari», 18 Novembre 2020, revue en ligne, ISSN 2385-1139 ; – (article) « Due osservazioni storico-critiche in merito al primo scritto di Kant sulle ‘forze vive’ e al Traité de Dynamique di D’Alembert (1743 ; 1758) », La Cultura, LIX (2021), 1, p. 99-105 ; – (article) La querelle des forces vives et la Mécanique d’Aristote dans le premier écrit de Kant de 1746 (1749), in Aa.Vv., Kant et les Grecs, hier et aujourd’hui, Paris, J. Vrin, 2022, p. 95-104. IV. I teach for STUDENTS (from primary School to University), for BUSINESS and ENTREPRISE: - PHILOSOPHY (History of Philosophy and philosophical thinking) - ITALIAN (language, literature and culture); - FRENCH (language, culture, conversations, Philosophy); - LATIN (grammar and translation) - PHYSICS (Mechanics, Relativity and History of Physics) - MATHEMATICS - GEOMETRY (Euclidean Geometry and Grounds of Non-Euclidean Geometry) - LOGIC (Formal Logic, Philosophy of Language, Connotation and Dénotation Theory).
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Dear, Student in Master of Psycho-Sociology and employee at Kangourou Kids, I would really like to be an integral part of your teaching team. As part of homework help with children aged 12 and 10, I was able to put into practice my theoretical knowledge in teaching that I assimilated in class and through my personal reading. I was able to discover how essential soft skills are to the exercise of this profession because these skills make it possible to understand the student by apprehending his mental paterns and thought architectures in order to adapt to them. By securing it, they lead the student to get out of anxiety-provoking paradigms such as the fear of failure, the overestimation of the difficulty, the devaluation of his aptitudes which inhibit learning. Obstacles often arise from vicious circles where the more the student encounters concerns, the more he will lose interest in the subject. Subsequent to his unpleasant experience, this can lead him to lose interest, unfortunately even to the point of rejecting the discipline by cutting off its appropriation (for example: "maths, it's not for me"). Negative experiences induce avoidance and flight-thought behaviors such as loss of concentration and digressions. Teaching fascinates me because it allows to short-circuit these mental reflexes and to propose alternative methods to those previous when the latter did not correspond to the student. Over the course of the successes, the child again welcomes the reading grids specific to the subject. This relearning process contributes to giving him the keys to being comfortable with the ways of thinking conveyed by the discipline. There will be a virtuous circle where the more easily he handles these mental tools, the more confidence in him and in discipline will be self-evident. This approach will be very encouraging and his relationship with the material will become fulfilling. The challenge of the teacher is then to discover the methods that appeal to the student, which are a source of motivation, of satisfaction, to transmit the desire to learn. Each student has their unique ways of translating reality, preferences, aspirations and skills that are fascinating to explore because this is what will make their individuality and the pride of their parents. Understanding the student is essential to find the most suitable approach to his mental processes and thus personalize his acquisition of knowledge because by giving more meaning, the student incorporates the heuristic fabric and the methodological insights of the sciences. Thanking you for the attention paid to my request, please accept, Madam, Sir, the expression of my respectful greetings. Yours, Ophelia
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PHILOSOPHY (University Exams and School); ITALIAN (language, literature and culture); FRENCH; LATIN. For UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL and BUSINESS (Paris)
Stefano is very knowledgeable and with great intellectual capacity. He will guide you through the cultural/historical background of the language so you gain a much faster and deeper understanding of the language. I totally recommend him especially for people who wish to gain a good understanding of the language in a very short time.
Review by YANNIS
Support courses in French, English and Philosophy (Tours)
Adrienne was super punctual and had prepared the class really well, and even sent me content a few days before the class. Her lesson was really interesting and I felt like I learned more than just language skills by the end of it, because she provided interesting historical and social context to everything she shared with me.
Review by EILEEN
Private lessons in English, French, Philosophy, History, Geography (Paris)
Louise is an exlent teacher! My daughter enjoyed her lesson.She is patient with small children, and can give appropriate guidance.
Review by NAOMI