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.
University of Education Karlsruhe, Germany
CultureShake: Digital Learning in the Multilingual Classroom
Dr. Annette Deschner developed the Erasmus+ project “CultureShake“ including the EU topics digital competences and inclusion. She has a background in Cultural Studies and CLIL.
She is a lecturer at the Transdisciplinary Institute of Social Science at the University of Education Karlsruhe, Germany. Her work experience includes tertiary to primary education with teaching expertise on secondary and university level. On a regular basis, she delivers professional development and training for secondary and primary teachers.
She is the author of articles related to didactics and has several peer-reviewed articles published on CLIL.
She holds a Master in English and Theology and a PhD in English Literature from the Ruprecht – Karls University Heidelberg. In the DFG research group “Religion and Normativity“ she was a doctoral researcher.
Helle Hovgaard Joergensen
University College Lillebaelt (UCL), Denmark
Young Children’s Playful Media Literacy in the 21st Century
Associate Lecturer, Ph.D. Helle Hovgaard Jørgensen is a researcher employed at the Centre for applied research in school and education at University College Lillebaelt, Denmark.
Her ph.d. about ‘Young children’s playful Media Literacy’was passed October, 2018 with no comments. She is an experienced lecturer and currently involved in two national projects within the University College sector which aims at investigating 'playful learning' and young children's playful meetings with art and culture.
ALL DIGITAL aisbl, Belgium
Coding for Inclusion
Pia Groenewolt believes that all citizens can exploit the benefits of the digital transformation.
Through her work at ALL DIGITAL she gets to put her beliefs into action in managing various projects reaching this aim, including the Coding for Inclusion, project which engages young people in a peer-to-peer learning experience.
She studied Sociology and Political Science at the University of Calgary and sociology at the University of Helsinki. In addition to having worked for the International Labour Organisation, Swiss Academy of Development, and the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, she has a broad experience in organisations focusing on issues of inclusion, migration and integration, empowerment and dialogue.
Daniel Devatman Hromada
Einstein Center Digital Future and Berlin University of the Arts, Germany
"Make Your Own Device": When Digital Education Marries Reform Pedagogy
Daniel Devatman Hromada is since August 2018 UdK’s Juniorprofessor for Digital Education affiliated to both Einstein Center Digital Future (ECDF) as well as Berlin University of the Arts.
Born in 1982 in Bratislava, he holds bachelor degrees in humanities from Charles University (Prague) and in linguistics from University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis;a master degree in artificial and natural cognition from Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (Paris).
In 2016, a successful defense of his thesis “Evolutionary modelis of ontogeny of linguistic categories”, entitled Hromada to carry a double doctorate from both Slovak Technical University (cybernetics) as well as University Paris 8 – Lumieres (psychology).
He is a founder and first senator of the oldest Slovak digital community kyberia.sk. Main project of his current interest is design, coding and deployment of a book-like, speech-based "digital primer".
Beaver Country Day School, USA
Beyond Curriculum: Students as Designers of their Learning Experience
I have been working at Beaver Country Day School near Boston, Massachusetts, for the last 19 years. While there, I have worked on and presented about innovative practices in education, focusing on the role of students as designers of their own learning and the place of tech in teaching and learning.