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Projects, practices, showcases
EDEN 2015 Annual Conference: #EDEN15
Expanding Learning Scenarios – Opening Out the Educational Landscape
Synergy Submission deadline: 31 March 2015
Join the Conference in Barcelona and tell us about
your research, projects and experience!
You are invited to share and discuss your EU projects and initiatives with your peers in the frame of the Synergy Strand. This year, the sessions will combine traditional elements as well as more interactive formats, such as research speed dating, homegroups and fishbowls. For more information about how to submitand how to register, visit the Conference website.
Registration Deadline for Smart Homecare Conference in Paris
Smart Homecare – Investing in skills and service delivery
27 March 2015, Palais du Luxembourg, Paris, France
Under the Patronage of the Latvian Presidency of the European Union
Register by 20 March and be part of a unique European conference with fellow policy-makers, experts, researchers and practitioners on the future of social care in an ageing Europe. The CARER+ Final Conference is a free & open event with online registration only. The Conference opening will bring together high profile keynote speakers from all around Europe working in the field of social affairs for improvement of elderly people’s life condition at home and of caregivers work condition and development of ICT skills in social care. Participants will have the opportunity to attend panel discussions and to learn about the CARER+ cases including a showcase summary. To support networking and to create a possibility for other initiatives to collaborate, the CARER+ showcase will be followed by presentations and demonstrations of other similar initiatives’ results. In conclusion, a debate will be held on the needs of elderly people and their families, carers and professionals and develop sustainable solutions.
Webinar Series on E-assessment and Learning Outcomes
3rd lecture: 18 March 2015 at 11.00 CET: “Mind the Gap! Perceptual differences and learning”
The lecturer will be Steve Wheeler, associate professor of Learning Technology in Plymouth Institute of Education, Plymouth University. He is going to discuss different gaps teachers and students face every day – generational gaps, gaps in understanding, expectation gaps, gaps in literacy, intention gaps – which can be widened or narrowed by using technology. He also explores flipped roles, digital assessment and technology enhanced learning in his presentation.
Participants can join the webinar at https://connect.srce.hr/taloe_webinars/without previous registration.
You can comment the third topic and put questions to the presenters in advancehere.
International Network for Home and Hospital Education through ICT
LeHo is developing an international network for Home and Hospital Education (HHE) with the use of ICT as enablers. The LeHo online hub is open for everybody involved and interested in the topic and includes resources that are being developed or collected by the LeHo team.
For more information, you can read the 2nd issue of the newsletter about
- the foundation of the Board of Experts
- country reports on “How is HHE organised in different countries in Europe – and overseas? Did they find solutions other countries can benefit from?”
ICT Skills in Education: Spotlight on Teacher/Trainers’s Good Practices
Are you using digital tools and ICT in your everyday teaching and learning processes? Are you interested in sharing them with others or try new practices?
The Digiskills project is looking for YOU now. In the next newsletter, the project partners share their experiences in good practices on video and invite you to be part of this experience by taking part of the Inspiring Science Education Contest.Read the latest newsletter online here.
DigiSkills aims to bring together and further develop content, services, pedagogies and practices for lifelong learning in school/university/adult population, formulating specific scenarios of use of learning tools and platforms which will be tested with real users from eight countries (Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Greece, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, and the UK), and evaluated in terms of their impact, with a particular attention to institutional as well as pedagogical innovation and change.
For more information about the projects EDEN is involved in, please visit the EDEN website.
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