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The global, cross-sector conference and exhibition on
technology supported learning and training

Berlin, November 27 - 29, 2019

Panel Presentation CNT243

Teaching Skills and Competences for Tech-enabled Futures Starts at School: the New Digital Literacy Curriculum

Date Friday, Nov 29  Time   –   

Digital citizenship programmes, digital literacy courses, coding classes, Make Your Own Device, new-media creation, peer learning and more. This panel presents research and a variety of practical projects to help (young) students navigate a tech-enabled future. Join us in two sessions to hear about components of new curricula with a focus on real-world issues and the social-emotional skills learners need to thrive both online and off.

OEB speaker Joice Lopes Leite

Joice Lopes Leite

Visconde of Porto Seguro School, Brazil

Interdisciplinary Practices in a Digital Literacy Curriculum

OEB speaker Annette Deschner

Annette Deschner

University of Education Karlsruhe, Germany

CultureShake: Digital Learning in the Multilingual Classroom

OEB speaker Helle Hovgaard Joergensen

Helle Hovgaard Joergensen

University College Lillebaelt (UCL), Denmark

Young Children’s Playful Media Literacy in the 21st Century

OEB speaker Pia Groenewolt

Pia Groenewolt

ALL DIGITAL aisbl, Belgium

Coding for Inclusion

OEB speaker Daniel Devatman Hromada

Daniel Devatman Hromada

Einstein Center Digital Future and Berlin University of the Arts, Germany

"Make Your Own Device": When Digital Education Marries Reform Pedagogy

OEB speaker Kader Adjout

Kader Adjout

Beaver Country Day School, USA

Beyond Curriculum: Students as Designers of their Learning Experience