The European School of Economics – Rome Campus is proud to participate in the EX DUCO – Students Teaching programme.
EX DUCO is a chance for our students to become the lecturers for one day and share knowledge and skills with fellow colleagues.
The European School of Economics motto is an excellent representation of what EX DUCO aims to achieve: “visibilia ex invisibilibus” – real knowledge comes from within. We believe that all our students have knowledge and skills to teach to and learn from their peers, and that is why we are very proud of the EX DUCO programme which allows us to identify students strong points and give them a chance to experience being a lecturer, speaking to an audience and having to present their skills.
The first Students Teaching Session was held by ESE Rome student Hira Conrad Samudio Grisini about salsa and bachata and the Latin American culture and it was a great success!
Hira, who was born in Panama, illustrated his heritage and the Latin American culture, as well as the history of the two dance styles. But, what our students enjoyed most was the practical part, where they all got a chance to learn a few salsa and bachata steps and dance in pairs.
But the student participants weren’t the only ones to learn something – Hira, who is generally quite shy, made the most of this opportunity to overcome his fears while speaking in public and practice presentation skills which will come in handy for final exams. Overall, we can all agree that he did an excellent job!