Technology is affecting every part of our society – from the way we communicate and collaborate, to the work we do, the skills we need, and the way we learn those skills. Learning is the key – for students to adapt to new work environments, and to educators preparing these students for new ways of working.
The Future of Learning will provide a platform to explore current and future learning trends in Europe. We will present solutions to transform teaching and learning methods, covering topics such as: gamification; virtual reality; and non-traditional education. The programme will include keynotes, interactive sessions, as well as tailored masterclasses to deep dive in subject of choice.
Education will be essential in solving the pressing global challenges. Our goal is to accelerate the transformation of learning pathways to ensure we can adapt successfully.
We have a range of amazing speakers confirmed – see the line up below.
A series of short presentations from the EIT Community.
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Co-creativity and experimentation: how hackathons can be used as challenge-based learning journeys to boost creative and experimental skills
How to engage people online and how to create online content
This masterclass will cover the three dimensions that generate the phenomenon of Immersion: systems, narrative, and challenges. It will then use these to situate the educational uses of immersive environments that are grounded in actual accounts in the literature, based on http://hdl.handle.net/10400.2/10070
We will explore some of the accounts supporting those uses, and discuss how they are making use of the three dimensions of immersion.
Then we will use a questionnaire-based tool developed by EIT Manufacturing project REDVILE to support informed selection of uses for individual trainer’s and learning designers’ needs.
This will conclude by using questionnaire outcomes to highlight how different educational approaches could implement such uses.
Delivered by INESCT TEC – partner of EIT Manufacturing.
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) is an EU body set up to strengthen Europe’s ability to innovate. Today it is Europe’s largest innovation ecosystem with over 2000 partners.
The EIT supports the development of dynamic, long-term thematic partnerships (Knowledge and Innovation Communities, EIT KICs) among companies, research and higher education institutions, to tackle pressing global challenges. Together with their leading partners across Europe, the EIT Community offers a wide range of innovation and entrepreneurship activities across Europe.
EIT Food is Europe’s leading food innovation initiative, working to make the food system more sustainable, healthy and trusted. We believe that we are all responsible for and connected to the food that we eat, so we all need to work together to improve it. We are building a unique network of diverse partners that provide a holistic view of the food value chain, including key industry players, agrifood startups, research centres and universities from across Europe, all working together to deliver an innovative and entrepreneurial food sector.
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Do you want to make change happen in digital education? Do you want to create positive impact for learners and educators? Join DigiEduHack as a host or as participant.
DigiEduHack is a series of hackathons and a main stage event on digital education issues happening simultaneously all around the world on the 9-10 November 2021. DigiEduHack is an EIT initiative under the European Commission’s Digital Education Action Plan, led by EIT Climate-KIC and coordinated by Aalto University.
DigiEduHack will also host the Digital tools for learning and Digital Ideation Masterclasses.
It’s still time to join us!
Read more: https://digieduhack.com/en/