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The Spotlight Stage returns to OEB Global, Europe’s top education and learning technology event, Berlin, 27-29 November; Spotlight Stage to be opened by social age writer and commentator Julian Stodd; promises left-field inspiration, entertainment and provocat
Europe’s biggest conference on technology-assisted learning, OEB Global, opened in Berlin this week and more than 2,500 participants from over 70 countries took part in an event which organisers claim “is mapping the future of learning.”
Das Schulforum im Rahmen der OEB folgt dem diesjährigen Motto der Konferenz und Messe: “Learning to Love Learning”. Dabei widmen sich die Beiträge und Debatten am 5. Dezember zwischen 15 bis 18 Uhr im Hotel InterContinental Berlin der Theorie und Praxis der Digitalisierung in der Schule.
Do you remember that boring teacher who put you off what could have been your favourite subject? But what about the other teacher whose lessons were so enjoyable that you couldn’t wait for the next one?
OEB Global, now incorporating Learning Technologies Germany, has announced its sponsors for its 2018 event, taking place in Berlin this December; 100 suppliers will take part in the combined OEB-Learning Technologies Germany exhibition - a showcase of education and le
The global education and training sector has been warned that it is “hurtling towards massive change without a plan.”
Astrid Jaeger, Managing Director of OEB Learning Technologies Europe GmbH, which organises OEB Global, Europe’s leading conference on technology assisted learning and training, said today (Thursday) that the education sector will have to change “fundamentally and quickly” to cope with new demands created by rapid technological change.
A senior adviser to Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and to the Finnish Government claimed yesterday (Thursday) that education ministers in England, Australia and the United States are continuing to invest in unsuccessful education systems, in spite of clear evidence that they are not working.
Do you know what the future holds in store for you? Are you worried about the speed at which everything is changing? Do the things you took for granted seem less certain now? Do you know how to manage uncertainty?
Education systems will need to be much more flexible, in order to cope with the demands of an age of increasing uncertainty. And teachers must be trained not only to teach, but also to redesign their institutions to keep up with the pace of change in society. These are just two of the recommendations set to be made by education and technology experts, taking part in OEB Global 2017, Europe’s largest conference on technology assisted learning and training.
International experts on data security and privacy in education are warning that the education sector may not be ready for the imminent implementation of the EU’s new law on data protection, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
As concern grows about the effects of social media and the Internet on young people, a panel of experts will discuss whether education institutions should do more to try to persuade students to get offline and get out more.
This year’s OEB Global conference explores the future of digital education. Over 2,300 attendees from the worldwide academic, corporate, and public sectors are expected at this year’s OEB Global in Berlin, making it the largest international conference and exhibition focusing on educational and learning technologies.