Ms Chiara

Hello, I’m Ms. Chiara, and I am thrilled to be a Maths and Science teacher at Benedetto XV International School. 

I hold a degree in Biology with a specialization in Ecology from the University of Rome La Sapienza. After completing my undergraduate studies, I had the opportunity to work with an international organization focused on food security and sustainable agriculture in developing countries. This experience allowed me to witness the importance of science and its practical applications in addressing global challenges.

Driven by my curiosity and desire to make a difference, I pursued further academic studies at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna in Pisa. There, I obtained my Ph.D. in Agrobioscience, with a research focus on the consequences of climate change on agricultural systems in Ethiopia.

Since 2014, I have been dedicated to sharing my knowledge and passion for Maths and Science with students. I understand the importance of engaging and empowering young minds, and I strive to create a stimulating learning environment where students can explore, question, and discover the wonders of the natural world.

I have actively pursued professional development opportunities to enhance my teaching skills. I have completed courses in pedagogy, psychology, anthropology, and teaching methodology to ensure that I am equipped with the most effective approaches to education.

I am also proud to have received specialized Montessori training for secondary school teachers. This training has provided me with valuable insights into child-centered learning and the importance of fostering independence and critical thinking skills in students.

I believe in creating a supportive and inclusive classroom environment that encourages collaboration, curiosity, and a lifelong love for learning.

Outside of the classroom, I enjoy staying updated with the latest scientific research, exploring nature, and engaging in outdoor activities.