Presentations and other materials for download

Monday, 8th November

9:20 – 9:30      Opening speech

9:30 – 9:40      Visionary speech on digital education and AI


Session 1: Didactics for Digital Education

Key speaker of Session 1

10:40 – 13:10      Parallel sessions

(TEACHER) What is the role of all involved in teaching and learning with digital technologies?

  1. Mart Laanpere, Tallinn University, School of Digital Technologies, Centre for Educational Technology
  2. Nina Jelen, OŠ Ivana Skvarče, Zagorje ob Savi
  3. Ana Logar, OŠ Metlika
  4. Ari Myllyviita, Univerza Helsinki, FIN

(LEARNER) What kind of digital citizen we need/want?

  1. Axel Jean, Ministry of National Education and Youth, France
  2. Arjana Blažič, IX. gimnazija Zagreb  
  3. Nermin Bajramović, OŠ NH Rajka Hrastnik
  4. Gert Lemmens, Educational trainer Future classroom lab Brussels

(LEARNING ENVIRONMENT) What will be the learning environments of the future?

  1. Dana Redford, PEEP — Policy Experimentation & Evaluation Platform, Portugal
  2. Marija Blažič, OŠ Dobje
  3. Peter Krebelj in Meta Jurca Sinkovič , Srednja šola tehniških strok Šiška
  4. Katja Krey in Björn Rudzewitz, Univerza v Tübingenu
  5. Voice of the students
  6. School in the Future

Session 2: School in Digital Society

16:15 – 17:30     Parallel sessions

How can school support learner to distinguish fake news from real ones?

What is the role of teachers in supporting emotional wellbeing and nurturing social skills?

How to respond to different needs of different students and develop an inclusive classroom climate?

Tuesday, 9th November

Session 3: Artificial Intelligence in and for Education

(AI IN EDUCATION) How can AI support teachers in their teaching?

(ETHICAL ISSUES OF AI IN EDUCATION) What are the moral challenges in the use of modern learning systems and environments supported by the AI?

11:20 – 13:00  Group Discussions – brainstorming on AI challenges

15:30 – 15:45

The power of hackathons to strengthen co-creation and innovation in education

Good Practices of Digital Education from Europe

Austria – The video gives a brief insight into some Austrian initiatives related to digital basic education with a focus on primary and secondary schools.

Spain – The video shows programming and robotics activity carried out by students.

Malta – The directorate for digital literacy & transversal skills within Malta’s Ministry for Education promotes the use of digital tools in the classroom through projects such as eTwinning

Estonia – The video shows several topics from students’ everyday life at learning process, but also some other examples: the student as a digital citizen of our country and the result of compiling the (compulsory for everyone) reasearch paper.

Ireland – This short video displays the innovative uses of digital technologies to support teaching, learning and assessment practices within the Irish primary and secondary school context.

France – A short video on Artificial intelligence in education and for education in France.