The activity of the research institute is highly interdisciplinary: neuroscience, psychology, pedagogy, didactics, social research. Results of the research activity in the educational neuroscientific field are immediately oriented towards practicing individual and global improvement of awareness and positive resources in children and adults, in order to orient the community towards wellbeing and peace.
The multidisciplinary scientific approach is the most comprehensive way to investigate how the human being works, how learning works, and thus to discover how to develop one’s potential and make use of the infinite potential of our structure of functioning.
In Italy, the foundation realizes school programs that promote the development of life skills from early childhood. Frontier schools, in the most difficult contexts of the world, are among the most important projects, and they benefit thousands of children, teachers, educators, social workers and parents.
In order to develop adult competencies in the personal, family, professional and social spheres, the foundation implements training programs aimed at parents, teachers, caregivers and relationship professionals.
The foundation promotes social responsibility through its activities, because personal well-being cannot be separated from social well-being. The quality of life and relationships always benefits society.
“Pedagogy for the third millennium” (PTM) is an interdisciplinary method of education and self-education conceived by Patrizio Paoletti and developed by the foundation’s neuroscientific, psycho-pedagogical and educational team. Its aim is to respond to the educational needs of our times and anticipate the ones of the future.
It is the tool that the foundation uses to transfer the results of the neuroscientific and psycho-pedagogical research to the field of education and training. It promotes processes of self-education, pedagogical education and global education. It is implemented across all projects and whoever applies it discovers and fully expresses their potential.